Debi Schoenholtz 
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Re: “Arts District Downturn

It's Too bad, I had to seccumb to illness. I did howeever forgot in my seeminly named and aimed at attempt to quote, as always misunderstood or downplayed. What struck Me as just too funny is Tattos arent just for Sailors anf whores. It seems now 20015 I see nothing in Downtown. The Dinnerware lasted not a year I dont remember prices were rediculous. But the Downtown loop of the bis is Stoppig or Stopped, ther is so little intetest in Downtown. So The funny part is when exactly did We have a port or Sailors ealking on Congress. And to the other well I am told by many you would need to visit miracle mile-Oracle Rd. Area for whores not a tattoo shop there. Funny how closed minded People that claim to be cool and gutureistic thinkers planners act like yhere from Ozzie and Harriot or waiting for Beaver Cleaver to walk by, thT left with the 50's and so should your thinking. Arent you the hub of the hip and cool, you advertise stip clubs, yet misguote on a tricky way aim it all at me pointing to Me as villian. Now doesn't piles of newspPers and trash garbage line thode streets of Congress. When I was there I washed my sidewalk daily. Swept nonstop, since when do not Men look T women, of that were so
Not a person in Tucson would date , Marry or be Hans Wen look at men Newsflash!!!OMG imagine that. Gee since when is it unusual that Men look, I happen to hate oggleling
My word for perverts. Thats different than glancing at a cute attractive to you person. Of your single how does that correlate with the article or Tattoing. Most men in strip clubs dont have any tattoos. Food for thought. WhT YOU dont know is I. An accomplished Artist with a degree in Fine Art and a Silversmith. I didnt think it would make a bit of difference in your closed mindef 2001 Article on Hardvore Tattoo and yeah to the real art folkd at Fox for theor vomment. I want you all to know My Son Mile Ball sadly pasdef awsy a young Artist great kid,y son anf if You saw the skull with the tophat on My door, Mikey did that by hand, and I hope it is still there. I cannot do any Art any more. Hope temporary but as time goes by so it appears permantly a paralyasis of both jands I cant pick up a pint brush to do oils, much ledd anything else creative, I have lost My love, Art. Now say that Lady was not an Artist. You folks at Fox thanks for being open minded. Anf have you saw a Sailor on 4th Av? They thrive well, they know how to run a ship. All are welcome so guess what.AllCome it os jammed every day and nights it is packed with bars art tattoos and best of all shoppers people Eating ath the different Eateries, health food
Bookstores, everything for everyone. Thats why downtown is dead, so are the thinkers minds that run it, they have not had a freash idea in forever, with closed minds not hard to see why it is dead on Congress. And to the naysayers on Tattoos Dont Look!!! Next time you pretend doing an upbeat article on Something, do it! Not Murder their livelihood. Why I dont go to your publication for the cool things in town, I know what closed minds run the show and articles that slay people who advertise. How did that do for buisness, how many shops advertise now with you, i dare it wrote with a different spin, We could have people up in arms an upheaval if you will, of new cultures and buisnesses and shops with drive anf ambition. It is hard to run a buisness without the cultured so called artistic eclectic. Thats a wrap. Not a not a ghost town like Congress is Today
Helped did it, not so much. Thanks. Debi Schoenholtz, I want to thank the thousands that visited during the walks oh yeah they got tattoos!!!hate to break the news to you. and downtown Sat. Night. That was not crap it turned in to. People disappeared. When the real music dies where streets were closed off live bands everywhere people dancing buying having a blast nope said officials. So Tucson Downtown died.

Posted by Debi Schoenholtz on 04/13/2015 at 2:24 PM

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