In a truly sad turn of events, our marijuana guy's last moments included thoughts of Kimberly Yee
This week, Tom has statues on his mind
Another Epic Sports Failure Nightmare crushes the dreams of Tucsonans
Joe Kay's life changed forever on Tucson High's gym floor, but he works hard to provide scholarships for disabled athletes
UA students aim to help alleviate poverty in Ghana with microloans
Fresh skirmishes in the local congressional races
Humanity has embraced Tumamoc Hill for several thousand years, so maybe we finally got something right.
If you're expecting a concert film, you'll be disappointed, but as a story about two brothers, Mistaken for Strangers works
A film that answers the question "What kind of damage could assassins do with a baseball bat and a hammer?"
Thirty years after his breakthrough album, Steve Roach is still in the Sonoran Desert creating "resonant sonic spaces"
For Neko Case, her new album was part of the process of becoming a "streamlined being"
The Coathangers, Burnt Ones, Free Machines; Club Congress, Sunday, April 6
Broken Bells, a vaudeville revival band and a night of indie dance
The ninth annual Tucson Artists' Open Studios tour offers an opportunity to see the great work produced by our neighbors
In Burning Patience, Borderlands skillfully turns Neruda's poetry into a play
This week in new books, Baja California, cowboys and Chivas Regal
Your fancy Easter food roundup
Prep & Pastry is a sharp and charming addition to Campbell Avenue