First Year On-Line!

Entertainment Magazine On-Line (EMOL) celebrates its first year on the World Wide Web- one of Arizona's longest publishing newspapers on the Internet. EMOL signed on January 17, 1995. The publication had been in print since 1977.

EMOL now contains several hundred web pages of entertainment, features, Arizona home pages, continually updated events, music, colorful photo tours, commercial web pages and other community information provided by more than a dozen community groups within EMOL's web space, as well as new home pages in development.

Each week EMOL receives more than 5,000 "hits" to its web pages from Tucson and all over the world. Many are regular readers and tourists interested in keeping in touch with the Southwest.

EMOL's web site contains:

Statewide and community sections for:

Northern Arizona
Central Arizona
Southern Arizona

Feature sections such as:

Free CyberClassifieds
E-Mail: Letters to the Editor
Nevada Events and happenings
New, Tech Page with links to media, weather on-line
Parapyschology and Virtual Reality: Links and feature articles
WorldLink which connects to pages around the world linked to EMOL

Entertainment sections include:

Country Music Section
National Music with national musician interviews
Musicians On-Line
Tucson NightLife Music Guide

Photo Tours and Features include:

Arizona Renaissance Festival
Northern Arizona Grand Canyon and Petrified Forest
Bull Fights from a gringa's perspective
Fall Foliage In Arizona where to go to see it next fall
San Xavier Mission, Tucson: the "White Dove of the Desert"
Mt. Lemmon, Tucson: From the desert to the forest.
Tucson Tours Information on the Old West and Tucson, AZ.

Some of the VirtualMall commercial sites on-line with EMOL include:

Bunbuku Japanese Cuisine
El Adobe Cafe
Home Delivery Plus!
Japanese Kitchen
Pizza City
The Tack Room
Vasile Hair Salon
and a variety of commercial links outside of EMOL

Non-commercial web space on EMOL' s site include:

Arizona Historical Society
Arizona Renaissance Festival
Tucson Botanical Gardens
Crime Prevention League
Gaslight Theatre
Information & Referral Service
Old Tucson Studios
Southwest Alternatives Institute, Inc (SAI, Inc.)
Tohono Chul Park
Tucson Arts District
Tucson Convention Center
Tucson Open University
Tucson Parks & Recreation
Tucson Public Libraries
Tucson events from Tucson Metropolitan Visitors & Convention Bureau
Arizona events from the Arizona Office of Tourism

Some sites being currently developed by EMOL include:

Mama Louisa's
Tucson Rodeo Parade
Twelve Tribes Reggae Shop

EMOL is produced through SAI, Inc., a non-profit organization, which helps other non-profit groups to have Internet presence. Non-profit space is sponsored by commercial home pages produced and linked to EMOL.

The print version began in December 1977, as a publication for young people in Tucson, Arizona called "Youth Awareness Press," then named "Tucson Teen." In the mid-1980's, the publication expanded its readership as "Entertainment Magazine." The first on-line edition was uploaded on January 17, 1995. At the time it was snowing in Tucson.

EMOL publisher Robert Zucker is an Internet and publishing instructor at the University of Arizona Department of Journalism. He also created and maintains the department web site which contains publications such as "The Tombstone Epitaph" and "El Independiente" as well as class notes and department published materials.

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