The Feedback Issue

June-July 2001

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Featured Stories:

 TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT
 By Jim Stiles

THE NUTSHELL
 With Steve Russell
Public funding for The Zephyr? Taj Mahal declared a wilderness lodge.
Tram to nowhere redux. MORE!

 POINTBLANK: Why Moab Needs A Four-Year College
 By Howard Trenholme

THE NUTSHELL: Photographic Evidence
 Dog of the Month... TWO Raccons or THREE?
Publisher's second job... Another Kid R.O.T.M.

 DAN O'CONNOR'S TWISTED TABLOID
 New evidence that non-motorized recreationists are 
wreaking havoc on the Canyon Country

 AROUND THE BEND AGAIN
 The 'Discovered Navajo,'... on the road to the Winter Olympics
 By Ken Sleight

FAREWELL TO TELLURIDE OF THE HEART
A quarter of a century has changed the face
of Telluride Colorado... forever.
 By Chinle Miller

TWO ESSAYS ON THE 'WAY IT WAS'
In Defense of Nostalgia 
 By Martin Murie
Perfecto Martinez Revisted
 By Evan Cantor

"ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS?"
(But only if it's for ratings points... the sad state of the local news.)
 By Alexandra L. Woodruff

SUNK WITHOUT A SOUND
 An excerpt from BRAD DIMOCK'S new book on the mysterious
Grand Canyon disappearance of Bessie and Glen Hyde

 STREAMOFCONSCIOUSNESS
 "The Advantages of a Small Town"
By Anne Wilson 

CEDAR CITY TO L.A. TO THE GRAND CANYON
The Severance Family's 1921 Trip continues

NO WORRIES...
The delayed second installment of an Australian Cross Country Trip
 By Jim Stiles

 FEEDBACK
An unprecendented number of responses to the last issue of The Zephyr.

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Color photographs of the American West in the 1940s and 1950s from the remarkable collection of the late Herb Ringer. And the story of Herb Ringer.

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