Arizona Contractor & Community
Arizona's Timeless Magazine
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Think of our March/April issue as a mid-morning break at the construction site. We’ve decided to emphasize the “community” part of our name, briefly idle the big yellow machines, and focus on how Arizonans entertained themselves during the post-World War II boom years.
We’re calling it the “Pop-Culture” issue, and we lead off with The Wallace and Ladmo Show, which was TV made for kids that adults loved. Other topics include the “Phoenix Sound” created by pioneering musicians Lee Hazlewood, Duane Eddy, Jimmy Delbridge, and Waylon Jennings in Coolidge, a town known more for its nearby cotton fields. To liven up the party, we toss in greyhound racing and A-1 beer. It sounds like a good time to me!
The magazine doesn’t get entirely away from its roots. But we cover construction with a twist through photo essays illustrating how workers dressed, and the mid-century memorabilia contractors produced.
or at the Ignite Sign Museum in Tucson.