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Finally, a Dry Eye treatment that will bring tears to your eyes. At work, at home, or outside, LipiFlow can bring comfort back to your life. ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 86% of Dry Eye patients have evaporative Dry Eye The root cause is oil production not tear production Lack of oil causes tears to evaporate Oil production can be restored Contents DEPARTMENTS 6 Civic Concerns 8 Uncommon Collections 10 Brief Encounters 14 Great Escape 18 Sonoran Sage 20 Down the Garden Path 22 Attention to Detail 24 Clothes Horse 26 Tipping Green 54 Season to Taste 56 Restaurants & More 58 Wine Wise 60 L’Art Pour L’Art 62 Art Soup 64 Curtain Going Up 66 Heart of the Matter 68 Dist. 16 Report Card 72 Classies 73 Town Crier 74 This Space Available 50 30 46 The practice of Dr. Jeffrey F. Martin Dr. Martin had LipiFlow in 2015, solving his 20 year history of Dry Eye. Come talk to him about your story. Make your appointment today at Clear View Vision Care for your Dry Eye Assessment ARTICLES (520) 327 -9411 Learn more about how LipiFlow can bring comfort back in to your life. 12 Storytime at Tucson Festival of Books Tucson Festival of Books is about so much more than books. 30 A Place ‘to Dream’ It has taken personal funding and many 80-hour workweeks for the founder of Yume Japanese Gardens to create a public respite from the roar of the crowd. 34 ‘Much Ado’ About Catalina State Park Your personal financial goals deserve a personal approach. Keep your eyes wide open while at Catalina State Park. You won’t want to miss its natural beauty or the music. 40 Rare Treasures From the Vault Arizona State Museum, with 3 million catalogued objects, including a 24,000 whole-vessel pottery collection unparalleled at any other museum in the world, will celebrate its 125th anniversary, in April. 46 That’s the Way the Ball Bounced During the early and mid 1970s, what is now Tucson Racquet and Fitness Club hosted some of the greatest tennis players of all time. 50 The Three ‘R’s, Plus Riding and Roping There was a time in the early 20th century when there were more than a dozen boarding schools in Tucson. Many taught equestrian skills, as well as traditional school subjects. Sioux pictorial beaded tobacco bag, ca. 1880. Several indications suggest the scene depicted is of an actual event in 1875 when a group of Sioux warriors raided the Crow reservation headquarters. The artist was likely Miniconjou Sioux from the Cheyenne River Reservation (South Dakota). From the collection of John A. Logan, the Civil War Union general and Illinois state senator who drafted the original legislation that created the holiday that ultimately became Memorial Day. This object was included in a large collection of Plains Indian materials donated to ASM in 1942 by Logan’s grandson, Tucsonan John A. Logan III. From the permanent collections of Arizona State Museum. Cover phot0: Jannelle Weakly Harnden MacLean Wealth Advisors A private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 5055 E Broadway Blvd, Ste D-201 Tucson, AZ 85711 520.338.2600 Subscriptions: One year: $16 Single copies: $3 by mail Subscriptions outside the Tucson metropolitan area mailed fi rst class: One year: $30 Published monthly by DesertLeaf Publications, Inc. The DesertLeaf assumes no responsibility for unsolicited material. Return postage must accompany any material if it is to be returned. The DesertLeaf assumes no liability for the content of or reply to any ad. The advertiser assumes complete liability for the content of and all replies to any advertisement and for any claims made therein. All correspondence should be sent to: 3978 E. Ft. Lowell Rd., Tucson, AZ 85712 (520) 881-5188 • FAX: 881-5388 E-mail: Current circulation of 56,000. Primary distribution by U.S. Postal Service. Publisher: Mary A. Swiergol, Editorial Staff : Karen Nystedt, Barbara Liguori Art Director: Mike McPherson Offi ce Manager: René Roessler Staff Photographer: Robin Stancliff Account Executive: Mike Lotenero, Contributors Lee Allen, Patrick Baliani, Howard Byrne, Robert Fleming, Ed Flores, Jonathan Frahm, Dyana Furmansky, Karen Hanshaw, David Hatfi eld, Jan Henrikson, Katherine Jacobson, Judith Baigent King, Gena Kittner, Anthony Knight, Ann Kuperberg, Katiedid Langrock, Jeff Lowman, Elaine Markoutsas, Steven Meckler, Sharon Mosley, Steve Renzi, Mary Grace Rodarte, Claire Rogers, Bob Rogers, Beth Surdut, Jannelle Weakly, James S. Wood Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA and SIPC. © 2018 Ameriprise Financial, Inc. 4 DesertLeaf l March 2018

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