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Tucson Oddity: It's been eyesore for years, yet it lives on

Tucson Oddity: It's been eyesore for years, yet it lives on

A dilapidated building's run as an eyesore at the northeast corner of East Broadway and North Craycroft Road could be coming to an end. The building was at one time a tire shop, but it has been vacant for about 20 years and is in a state of disrepair, said the property's broker, Nancy McClure.

June 28, 2010 12:00 am Related

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Chef shares path to culinary success

Chef shares path to culinary success

Students in an advanced culinary class at Flowing Wells High watch Miciah Beard's cooking demonstration. Beard recommended that those interested in a culinary career seek formal training in what's become an increasingly competitive field.

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Chef shares path to culinary success

Chef shares path to culinary success

Tucson's "Iron Chef," Miciah Beard, returned to Flowing Wells High School last week to cook with culinary arts students more than 15 years after graduating from the high school.

February 11, 2010 12:00 am Photos

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Chef shares path to culinary success

Chef shares path to culinary success

Chef Miciah Beard, preparing a dish, graduated from Flowing Wells High when it didn't have a formal culinary program.

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Chef shares path to culinary success

Chef shares path to culinary success

OK, it's that easy. Well, maybe not. Beard discusses his preparation techniques with students in the Flowing Wells program.

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Chef shares path to culinary success

Chef shares path to culinary success

Beard shows the step-by-step process to create Japanese-style dumplings. The culinary program at Flowing Wells depends in part on the Joint Technological Education District approved by voters.

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