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Relocated and Alive

Toxic Ranch, following its move off Sixth Street, is still open and might even be better

When Toxic Ranch Records announced the imminent closing of its longtime retail space on Sixth Street just off Fourth Avenue last fall, owner Bill Sassenberger told the Weekly that it…

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A Pima-Shaped Hole

Pima Community College has a lot to work on, but if Tucson loses the school, it loses a lot.

Seth MacFarlane and His Peculiar Distaste For Tucson


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    A 3-year-old in Lincoln, Neb., wandered away from home and climbed into a claw machine in a nearby bowling alley. The child was found by an employee around the same time the mother called the police…
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  • Five Questions: Junot Díaz
    In late March, still high from the Festival of Books, Weekly World Central, well, squealed all girly like when the Tucson Pima Arts Council and the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry announced Junot Díaz was coming to…
  • Get Real on Fraternities and Sororities on LGBT Equality?
    According to the Canada-based Get Real organization, they're "a university-student run non-profit that speaks to high school students about unlearning homophobia and embracing everyone." And that's cool and all, and the video making its way into…
  • More From Our Interview With Steve Roach
    In last week’s issue, we spoke with ambient composer Steve Roach about the 30th anniversary of his landmark album Structures from Silence. Originally issued in DIY fashion on cassette by Roach himself, the three-song suite quickly…
  • Republican Legislators Caravan To The Bundy Ranch
    It's crazy up at the legislature right now, what with the recent passage of the budget and the rush to push through a bunch of bills so everyone can go home. And, not surprisingly, it's crazy…
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