Pastor Stephens preaching The Cure for Loneliness
Frazer’s Praise Band plays “We Believe”
Sister Duwandlynn Ruffin…..singing “Withholding Nothing”
Archive Tucson is the oral history project of Special Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries. This interview is with Diego Navarrette Jr. and covers the following themes:
Early days of the South Park neighborhood and Millville. Childhood experiences, local businesses, food, pilon, and Latin masses at church.
Mansfeld junior high and exposure to Anglos. Long distance walking. Tucson Unified’s tracking of Mexican American students. Negotiating middle school peer group.
Move to Broadmoor Addition in 1951 and cultural changes from South Park.
Sports as a social leveler between economic classes.
Race relations in Tucson, a tent city in the South Park neighborhood, and Chinese markets.
High school at Salpointe, graduating in 1955.
Education and social mobility across four generations of Diego’s family. The terms “secren” and “vendido” and navigating between Mexican and Anglo American social spaces.
College in New Mexico and the University of Arizona. Earned teaching credentials in 1961 and moved to Safford, Arizona to teach for 5 years.
Scholarship to study linguistics at UCLA and teach English as a second language.
Launching an ESL program at Pueblo concurrently with the development of the school’s bilingual program. Ideological and methodological differences between the two programs.
Diego’s attempt to teach English but not force assimilation.
Experience teaching in Safford, Arizona. Negotiating social place in a rural town.
This interview is part 1 of 6 and was recorded at the base of Tumamoc Hill in Tucson, Arizona on May 2nd, 2017.
With Modera Avenir Place Apartments on the scene, it’s fair to say that swank, urban living has made its way to Vienna. Those of you who know French recognize immediately that the word “avenir” quite literally means future. And we like the inspiration inherent in that word: moving to Modera Avenir Place Apartments represents a new future. A better future. A more comfortable and plush future.
It’s hard to imagine a better location, seriously – right at Dunn Loring Metro – and access. Restaurants and shops are a stroll away; The Mosaic District and all its dining, entertainment and shopping options is a five-minute drive or a quick bike ride.
The apartments are exquisitely modern with wood plank-style flooring, custom cabinets, quartz countertops and upgraded fixtures with clean, simple lines. The look is classic, elegant and yet undeniably casual – this is a place where you can hang out for a while. And – if you act fast, we have a select few apartment homes which can be rented at prices well below the market rate. You just need to meet the County’s affordable housing guidelines. For more information, please call our leasing team today!
In terms of amenities, we’re at the top of the market. We’ve doubled up on everything: fitness studios, pools, resident lounges, courtyards, and more. Of course everything is the latest and greatest in terms of perks and technology. And our team is trained to deliver a level of service typically reserved for fine hotels – hope you’re ready for a five-star experience.
Modera Avenir Place Apartments and the Dunn Loring Metro area is evolving to be a major retail hub for our residents and the surrounding community. Fabulous retail options are right outside your door such as an on-site 24-hour Harris Teeter grocery store, Starbucks, District Taco, Luxury Nail Spa, Jersey Mike’s, Orange Theory Fitness, Thai by Thai Arosto’s Pizza, Spice 6, BB&T Bank and Verizon Wireless to name a few. This means even easier access to the things that matter. Like your morning coffee. A quick grocery run. A delicious bite to eat on-the-go. It’s pretty fantastic.
When you live at Modera Avenir Place Apartments, your future is bright and connected.
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2677 AVENIR PLACE, VIENNA, VA 22180
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Joey Cook is back! Check out what we did with Cage The Elephant’s “Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked” from Borderland, also starring clarinetist Jacob Scesney doing a bit of decorating.
Joey Cook – vocals
Jacob Scesney – clarinet
Jonathan Richards – bass
Aaron McLendon – drums
Scott Bradlee – piano
Tour Dates (More Coming Soon):
NORTH AMERICA 2017
Oct 04 – Denver, CO*
Oct 19 – Gainesville, FL
Oct 20 – Clearwater, FL
Oct 20 – Anchorage, AK
Oct 21 – Fairbanks, AK
Oct 22 – Juneau, AK
Oct 22 – Birmingham, AL
Oct 24 – Cleveland, OH
Oct 26 – Carmel, IN
Oct 27 – Midland, MI
Oct 28 – East Lansing, MI
Oct 29 – Traverse City, MI
Oct 30 – Columbus, OH
Oct 31 – Cincinnati, OH
Nov 01 – Milwaukee, WI
Nov 02 – Chicago, IL
Nov 04 – Mankato, MN
Nov 05 – Kansas City, MO
Nov 07 – Roanoke, VA
Nov 08 – Norfolk, VA
Nov 09 – Richmond, VA
Nov 12 – Wilmington, DE
Nov 13 – Worcester, MA
Nov 14 – New York, NY
Nov 16 – Keene, NH
Nov 17 – Burlington, VT
Nov 18 – Ithaca, NY
Nov 19 – Portland, ME
Nov 21 – New Haven, CT
Nov 22 – Reading, PA
Nov 24 – Pittsburgh, PA
Nov 25 – Philadelphia, PA
Nov 26 – Silver Spring, MD
Nov 28 – Memphis, TN
Nov 30 – Baton Rouge, LA
Dec 03 – Austin, TX
Dec 04 – San Antonio, TX
Dec 06 – Tucson, AZ
Dec 09 – Arcata, CA
Dec 10 – San Francisco, CA
Dec 12 – Eugene, OR
Dec 15 – Seattle, WA
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04 Dec – Milan, Italy
05 Dec – Heidelberg, Germany
06 Dec – Erfurt, Germany
07 Dec – Ravensburg, Germany
08 Dec – Lille, France
09 Dec – Paris, France
10 Dec – Paris, France
12 Dec – Clermont-Ferrand, France
13 Dec – Montpellier, France
14 Dec – Bordeaux, France
16 Dec – Tours, France
17 Dec – Nantes, France
18 Dec – Reims, France
19 Dec – Nancy, France
AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 2017
20 Sep – Perth, Australia
22 Sep – Melbourne, Australia
23 Sep – Brisbane, Australia
24 Sep – Adelaide, Australia
26 Sep – Wollongong, Australia
27 Sep – Canberra, Australia
28 Sep – Sydney, Australia
29 Sep – Auckland, New Zealand
01 Oct – Christchurch, New Zealand
03 Oct – Wellington, New Zealand
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2010 Sacred Steel Jam was sponsored by Del Ray Grace and the Amazing Grace Praise Band of Toledo, Ohio. This annual event is designed to promote fellowship and unity among the sacred steel players from various churches of the living God organizations. Thanks to all of the musicians that answered the call and traveled from far and near to participate with us. Avaiable soon on DVD & CD at www.sacredstrings.com.God bless you and the future of Sacred Steel!!!
My Baptism Story… Alvin W
Dec 2018 @ Faith Community Fellowship
Beacon of Hope service with Daryl Williams Trio