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An interactive quiz about comic book characters and superheroes.
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Photos from September's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
Photos from August's funeral notices with links to the obituaries of each person. For more obituaries go to legacy.com/obituaries/tucson/
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A new urban garden will take root downtown this September.
Pierre and Jean Paul Aoun, left to right, and their mother, Roula Isaac, center, examine planting soil at the Dusenberry-River Library. It's now a Seed Library branch.
Olin Jones, 3, touches seeds held in her grandmother's hand during the gardening demonstration.
Master Gardener MarciBeth Phillips, left, demonstrates transplant techniques at the library. She was there Saturday.
The Dusenberry-River Library, 5605 E. River Road, is a Seed Library branch. Users can check out seeds to plant.
It's been a year since the Pima County Public Library opened seed libraries, and there have been interesting "returns" and donations, says librarian Justine Hernandez.
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