The Entertainment Magazine
The Entertainment Magazine made the transition to the digital age during the early days of the Internet in January 1995- one of the first newspapers in Arizona to have a web site. EMOL.org originated as the Entertainment Magazine newspaper with publishing roots since in 1977.
The EMOL.org site has thousands of pages filled with free movies, movie trailers, interviews, reviews and
Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades
A new book about the local Tucson, Arizona entertainment scene from the 1950s through the early 2000s, published by Entertainment Magazine. Read Entertaining Tucson sample pages and buy on Amazon.com.
2014 entertainment is in 3D at home and the movies
3D entertainment has become a household appliance. But, the fad hasn't caught up yet with either the consumer or broadcasters. Prices for HD TV sets are still high and there is little or no 3D content on television or Blu-ray.
That may be resolved this year as manufacturers produce new, smaller handheld devices that can mimic three-dimensional objects without the need of glasses. Read more about Entertainment Magazine's new 3D entertainment on the horizon.
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Books by BZB Publishing, publisher of EMOL.org
Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures: A Two Year Odessey - Found 82 lbs. of Gold in Southern Arizona
By Ron Quinn. Searching for hidden treasures few have ever heard of, we discovered places that have never been visited by others to this day. Each day was a new, exciting adventure finding strange Indian caves, ancient stone walls and lost Spanish settlements. This manuscript recounts the wild adventures during our odyssey across the deserts and barren mountains of Southern Arizona near Tubac, Tumacacori and Arivaca and discovering 82 pounds of Spanish gold. Read excerpts from Searching for Arizona's Buried Treasures.
By Ron Quinn. Stories about odd and unusual occurances, disappearing circumstances and mysterious phenonmenon. Read portions of Ron Quinn's book Mysterious Disappearances.
By Robert Zucker. The Traveling Show is played out in the scenes and people that pass through one’s life. Through the eyes and words of a minstrel, the traveler’s story is told. The stories in this book are from a collection of minstrel stories of the 20th Century. The people in these poems actually lived, and died, with their own Traveling Shows as they tried to reach for rainbows. Some never did finish that journey. Through their eyes, I wrote about their travels through life. Through my eyes, I wrote about my own travels. Read more about The Traveling Show.
Other new book titles soon available:
- “Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades, Vol. II: 1986-early 2000s,” by Robert E. Zucker
- “Mysteries of the Santa Catalina Mountains: Legends & History,” by Robert E. Zucker
- “From Print to Pixels,” by Robert E. Zucker
- “Twilight of Consciousness,” by Robert E. Zucker
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Other related titles held by BZB Publishing Inc., include Tucson Teen (ISSN 1044-954X), Magazine (ISSN 0742-9568) and Teen On Line (ISSN 1088-0984).
The print edition of the Entertainment Magazine was first published in 1985. Go to the WayBack Machine to see early web editions of Entertainment Magazine Online since 1995.
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The Entertainment Magazine
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Volume 19 © 1995-2014 Entertainment Magazine On Line (ISSN 1087-8971) and Entertainment Magazine (ISSN 0883-1890) are published through BZB Publishing, Inc. Portions of this site are hosted in cooperation with Southwest Alternatives Institute, Inc. (SAI). Contents may not be reproduced, reprinted, digitially stored or posted online without express permission from the publisher. All rights reserved.