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Gabriel's Corner of Tucson: 'Where else can you put your feet up and relax?'

Dímelo has a dispatch from the southwest side of Tucson

gabriel otero Gabriel Otero in front of his workplace, radio station KPYT.
Sophia Paliza-Carre, AZPM

Dímelo has a dispatch from life-long Tucson resident Gabriel Otero about his neighborhood. He's the program coordinator at KPYT, the voice of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe.

While he takes a break from work, we sit with him in the corner booth of the Sunflower Cafe at the Casino of the Sun, and he tells us about life, his neighborhood and how sometimes the places linked to our memories get knocked down.


We want to bring your dispatch to the airwaves.

Tell us about your corner of Tucson. What's changed in your neighborhood in the last decade, the last five years, or just even since yesterday?

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