The Passing of a Southwest Icon

Bernard (Bunny) Fontana, scholar, author, friend to libraries and elder statesman of Southwestern cultural anthropology, passed away on Saturday, April 2. His career was long and distinguished, and his impact on the way we understand our Sonoran Desert heritage was profound. Fontana arrived in Tucson in 1955 to earn his PhD at the University of […]

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How the West was Lost

All the Wild That Remains As summer arrives with scorching temperatures, a profound drought with no end in sight, and the all-too-real threat of devastating wildfires, award-winning nature writer David Gessner’s newest book on the way we live now will resonate with Westerners wondering what comes next. Gessner's account of his road trip through the […]

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