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In all the excitement about the Star's paywall (which still doesn't seem to work and if there's a way to pay for the digital package, I'm not immediately finding it…

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Noshing Around

Chris Bianco finally opens his doors downtown

Top 10 Creepiest Tinder Profiles in Tucson

Hot or not in a million years?

The Star is Poor

Prom Body keeps it cool by keeping it real

Simple, but Delicious

Los Olivos is tiny, has basically nowhere to sit and great pizza at splendid prices

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  • If a Botched Execution Isn't Enough to End the Death Penalty in Arizona, What Is?
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    If you have fond memories of 90's AM radio here in Tucson (and I'm not sure what this says about me, but I really do), you'll definitely want to set some time aside from actually working…
  • Oro Valley Candidate Forum
    From The Explorer, www.explorernews.com: Candidates for Oro Valley mayor and town council have agreed to participate in a forum Wednesday, July 30, at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene, 500 W. Calle Concordia. The public is…
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    Not much else to say about that image—it's how Tucsonans get through July and August. But the good news is the partial screen shot above was taken early yesterday, and since then, depending on what weather…
  • Antigone Books best-sellers
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