Reflections in Flagstaff – Our determined intention to express

Flagstaff    It’s always exciting for me to hear of new journalistic or literary adventures, and all the more exciting to be even a small part of such an undertaking, and I hold onto a fond…

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The Play’s The Thing

by Bradley Olson June 20 When I look around at my fellow Americans being American in American culture, American in social media, and in public spaces like supermarkets, sidewalks, downtowns, restaurants, and even places of worship,…

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Dook'o'oosłííd. Photo credit George Breed
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Bradley Olson: Out damned virus!

Out Damned Virus! by Bradley Olson As the Corona Virus pandemic marches on, despite having claimed more American lives in four months than the entire 19 years of the Vietnam War, Americans are becoming increasingly impatient….

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Goats, Jars, and Pandemics

By Brad Olsen March, in Flagstaff, has it all: snow, rain, cold, warm, skiing, hiking, spring break and vacations, work, an equinox and daylight savings, basketball madness, the death of dictators, and even the celebration of…

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Brad Olson: To make an end is to make a beginning

By Bradley Olson, Meteor Columnist The new year and New Year’s celebrations are traditionally the time set aside for reflecting on the year just past, and setting goals and making resolutions for the year to come….

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Brad Olson – Reflections from Flagstaff: Flagstaff Imagined

by Brad Olson An item in the Flagstaff History column of one of our local publications noted that there was a controversy over the zoning of Switzer Canyon back in 1969. The city council was considering…

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Reflections in Flagstaff: The Powerful Play Goes On

by Brad Olson Living here one can’t help but learn about at least a few of the many rich layers of history submerged just below the surface of Flagstaff’s daily bustle. The history of Flagstaff’s early…

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