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What about muggings, carjackings, armed robbery, someone stealingthe weed eater? Those slack-jawed kids with baggy pants, wearingtheir hats on sideways - most likely conniving criminals plotting towait until you are old and feeble before they invade your home, robyou blind and thump you within an inch of your life. That loud musicthey play, the racket that rattles the windows when their cars passby -it's a code. It's about you, but you can't understand it.
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Women Writers of the West - For more than a hundred years, theWest has been somewhere that strong, independent women, who didn'tfit in elsewhere, could make a place for themselves. Typically seenas the civilizing force for this untamed region, women instead oftenwere feisty and unwilling to live by the conventional rules they hadleft behind. Native women shaped the West through the arts, weavingstories, songs, painting, rugs and their lives together. You willstart with Willa Cather's classic, "Death Comes for the Archbishop"and make your way through Ellen Meloy's, "Raven's Exile," BarbaraKingsolver's, "Animal Dreams," Terry Tempest Williams' "UnspokenHunger," and the work of Native writers Paula Gunn Allen, Joy Harjo,Leslie Marmon Silko, and Linda Hogan. Given time, you will also readabout the "soiled doves" and painted ladies, of the dusty cowboys andwild mountain miners and how they lived through their first fortunesand hard times; 10 a.m.-noon, Monday-Friday, Aug. 2-6,