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Invisible Theatre takes its "Sizzling Sounds" to Skyline Country Club

If you're thinking the summer is being stingy with its sizzle, fear not. Invisible Theatre's long-running series that puts all that jazz into those of us sturdy enough to take…

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In Congressional District 2, veterans endorse Barber and candidates react to Hobby Lobby ruling

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EPA issues final approval of TEP/EPA agreement and while some south side residents celebrate they say they also remain vigilant

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  • CD2: Barber Reports Raising $550K
    It's the time of the year when congressional candidates start crowing about the amount of money they raised in the second fundraising quarter of the year. The first one we've heard from is U.S. Rep. Ron…
  • A Huppenthal/Stormfront Connection? Probably Not, Says Phoenix New Times' Stephen Lemons
    In an earlier post, I asked whether Huppenthal visited or made commments on the white supremacist website Stormfront.org. Stephen Lemons of the Phoenix New Times looked into it and decided the answer is, probably not. Lemons…
  • Wiffle Ball Mania
    As someone who spent many a summer afternoon playing a few innings of wiffle ball around a swimming pool, I really enjoyed Explorer News reporter Brad Allis' recent profile of Catalina High School teacher John Faruolo,…
  • Help a Local Filmmaker Win Dairy Queen's Music Video Contest
    Michael "Microphone" Jones is one of the top three finalists that’s competing for the S’mores Music Video Contest. The video with the most votes will get $10,000. The second place winner will get a $1,000 gift…
  • Tucson's Sadistic, Mostly Harmless Tarantula Hawk Wasps Return to Mesquites
    It's that time of year again, when Tucsonans can see dozens of two-inched metallic midnight-blue or burnt-sienna creatures scampering under our mesquite trees in a methed-out manner, as if perpetually looking for an imaginary missing lighter.…
  • Food Conspiracy Co-Op Eat Local Challenge
    The Food Conspiracy Co-op is launching a campaign this summer to help shoppers eat local. Through July 14, shoppers can take the Eat Local Challenge and explore our region's locally sourced foods. Here's more from a…
  • Latest Update on Wingspan/SAAF
    The following press release was prepared on July 8th by the Boards of Directors of Wingspan and The Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF): " A message from the Board of Directors of Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation…
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