"Six Ways to Get Bit by a Rattlesnake" is featured in "Ten Minute Dramas" by Alejandro Canelos.
Featured on the November 30th, 2023 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- Take a closer look at a proposal for three new hydropower projects in northeastern Arizona. Some advocates are saying Native American tribes like the Navajo Nation are not being included in the discussion about the projects’ development. As reported by Chris Clements in this story from KSJD.This coverage is supported by the Walton Family Foundation.
A resident of the Big Mountain community on Black Mesa, Percy Deal sits in a field near the foothills of the mountainous region on August 23, 2023. Deal and other nearby residents say their communities haven't been consulted enough on the proposed construction of a hydropower energy project.
Chris Clements / KJSD
A map made by Nature and People First shows an area where some of the reservoirs could be located, near the town of Kayenta, Arizona. The permits the company applied for wouldn’t permit any construction or land-moving activities to take place yet.
Nature and People First
- AZPM's State of the ArtZ host Lauren Roth discusses the upcoming Oro Valley Festival of the Arts and Holiday Tree Lighting with Matt Rolland, Director of Programs at the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA). The annual two-day event will feature over 125 artisans, holiday-themed performances, Tubas, Santa and more.
Rick Wamer's 2022 collection of poetry and prose is called "Long Shadow Days: Grief Walking".
- The first of a new series of audio dramas written by Alejandro Canelos titled "Ten Minute Dramas", a young man with a troubled love life discovers there are "Six Ways to Get Bit by a Rattlesnake."
"Six Ways to Get Bit by a Rattlesnake" is one of the bite-sized productions featured in Alejandro Canelos' "Ten Minute Dramas."
Twenty-four plays, for reading or performing. In ten minutes or less. With Ten-Minute Dramas, Alejandro Canelos gets right to the point.
design by Gabriela Fleming
- And, Gabrielle Pietrangelo's latest love song is dedicated to her hometown. Listen to "Tucson" before it hits all streaming platforms on Dec. 7th, and celebrate the new music video with Gabrielle & Friends at the release party on Tuesday, Dec. 5th at 7 p.m. in The Century Room. Tickets are available here!
Gabrielle Pietrangelo poses in front of mural art by Jessica Gonzalez.
Photo by Brookelynn Nisenbaum
Cover art for "Tucson" by Gabrielle Pietrangelo.
Webpage by Leah Britton.