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October 8, 1990 | LEO W. BANKS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Charles Littler's dream of starting an experimental community based on cooperation and centered around art began coming true one Sunday in 1968. He spotted a newspaper ad for a rundown dude ranch on 80 scorpion-infested acres outside this community. Price: $67,500. "When I saw this place I knew I had to do it or it was all just talk," says Littler, then a University of Arizona art professor who had been searching for a location for five years.
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October 8, 1990 | LEO W. BANKS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Charles Littler's dream of starting an experimental community based on cooperation and centered around art began coming true one Sunday in 1968. He spotted a newspaper ad for a rundown dude ranch on 80 scorpion-infested acres outside this community. Price: $67,500. "When I saw this place I knew I had to do it or it was all just talk," says Littler, then a University of Arizona art professor who had been searching for a location for five years.
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October 25, 1998 | THERESE K. LEE, Lee is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer
"Wake up," my husband said. "You should see the view." It was Saturday morning, six hours after we had stumbled into our hotel room at midnight. Our flight from LAX to Tucson had been 2 1/2 hours late, and I was feeling guilty about dragging my family to Southern Arizona in the early September heat. Alex, 14, and Rebecca, 12, buried themselves deeper under their covers, determined to ignore us. "Let's go jogging tomorrow," I said. "Come on," Mark persisted. "You'll love it."
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