East 5th Street (Pima County, Arizona) to North Herbert Avenue (Pie Allen) via West University
Watch in 720p full-screen to view map info. Visit for more info. - Waypoints: 0:26 North 7th Avenue 0:36 East 2nd Street 0:42 East 1st Street 0:43 North Ferro Avenue 0:48 North 6th Avenue 0:49 North Arizona Avenue 0:54 North 5th Avenue 1:04 East University Boulevard 1:16 North 4th Avenue 1:18 B-Line 1:18 La Indita 1:19 Magpies 1:19 Pancho Villa Grill 1:21 Martine's 1:22 North on 4th 1:22 Skybar 1:23 Brooklyn Pizza Company 1:23 Delectables 1:25 Bumsted's 1:25 Dairy Queen 1:25 World Wide Wrappers 1:25 Chocolate Iguana 1:26 East 6th Street 1:26 Plush 1:27 Caruso's 1:28 Surly Wench 1:30 Food Conspiracy Co-op 1:33 Antigone Books 1:34 Che's Lounge 1:36 East 7th Street 1:45 North Herbert Avenue Visit AboutMyTrip.com to see all videos of my travels across the United States, to purchase a copy of any video frame in high resolution, or to create your own photo/map videos (coming September 2013).
East 5th Street (Arizona) to North Herbert Avenue (Pima County) Nov 2011
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Barbara Kingsolver: 2019 National Book Festival
Barbara Kingsolver discussed Unsheltered at the 2019 Library of Congress National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.
- Barbara Kingsolver's books of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction are widely translated and have won numerous literary awards. She is the founder of the PEN/Bellwether Prize, and in 2000 was awarded the National Humanities Medal, the country's highest honor for service through the arts. Prior to her writing career, she studied and worked as a biologist. Born in Annapolis and raised in rural Kentucky, she lived with her parents in the Congo during her early years. The Poisonwood Bible, one of her best-known books, is the story of a missionary family in the Congo. Unsheltered is her new novel.
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In the Works at the 2018 NPN National Conference on Friday 14 December 2018
In the Works 7:45 a.m. PST (San Francisco) / 9:45 a.m. CST (Chicago) / 10:45 a.m. EST (Pittsburgh)
“In the Works!” provides a lively forum for artists, Partners and colleagues to share brief, 60-second presentations describing new projects at any stage of development. This is an opportunity to discuss new commissions or creative works that are currently being worked on and in need of collaborators, producers and artistic guidance.