Copies of the original newspapers are available, in print and partly on microfilm, at the University of Arizona Library Special Collections, Tucson, Arizona. Some early editions are available on microfilm in nationwide libraries. Books are available for sale through Amazon.com. Published by Robert E. Zucker.
Robert E. Zucker
"Youth Alternatives is published by the Tucson YWCA and Pima County Juvenile Justice Collaboration and is a project of the YWCA Teen Outreach Program."
2. Youth Awareness Press
Published through the YWCA of Tucson, Youth Service Bureau, c1978-. Former title: Youth Alternatives. Later title: Tucson Teen.
Youth Awareness Press (Microfilm)
Reel 398, item 7: v. 1, no. 1 ; Summer 1981; Oct.-Nov. 1981; no. 5 ; Dec. 1981. Description Microfilm. Wooster, Ohio : Bell & Howell Co., 19. microfilm reels ; 35 mm. (Underground newspaper collection). Frequency Monthly (during the school year) Issued Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sum. 1981)- Ceased with June 1982.
ISSN: 1044-954X. Published through Southwest Alternatives Institute 1980-1981, 1984. Former title: Youth Awareness Press.
ISSN: 0742-9568. Issued: Vol. 5, no. 3 (Aug-Sept 1982)-v. 8, no. 4 (March 1985). Southwest Alternatives Institute, Inc., 1982-1985.
Monthly (during the school year) Issued Vol. 5, no. 3 (Sept. 1982). Wooster, Ohio : Bell & Howell Co., 19-- microfilm reels ; 35 mm. (Underground newspaper collection). OCLC: 10857843. FOrmer title: Tucson Teen.
Tucson Entertainment Magazine
The Entertainment Magazine
11. Entertainment & Dining Guide Magazine
Community Media Services thru Southwest Alternatives Institute, Inc. Publication originally founded in 1977 as Youth Awareness Press.
Entertainment magazine on-line: EMOL
EMOL: Entertainment Magazine On-Line
Phoenix, Arizona OCLC: 44301267. ebook Entertainment Magazine Online (EMOL).
Tucson, Arizona’s VirtualMall
Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades / compiled by Robert Edward Zucker. v.1. 1950s-1985; v. 2. 1986-1989; v. 3. 1990s. Includes index. Volume 3, published 2015. BZB Publishing, Inc., [© 2014-2015]. Other title Entertainment Magazine
Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains : unraveling the legends & the history of the lost mine, lost city, and the lost mission / Robert Edward Zucker ; collaboration with William T. "Flint" Carterwith contributions from John Vidal, Roy Roush and Steve Friesen. BZB Publishing, Inc., 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 398-407) and index. Summary "The treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains, north of Tucson, includes the famous legend of the Iron Door Mine, a forgotten mission and a lost city somewhere in the Catalinas. The legends have lured prospectors and treasure hunters for hundreds of years. The discoveries of early Spanish placer mining sites, stone ruins and stories of the mountains, only fueled speculation about the riches still left behind. Common knowledge among the locals eventually gained legendary status. Even more surprising was the abundance in gold, silver and copper etched into the mountains. These stories became embedded into Arizona's early history" --Amazon.com.
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