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Open Doors

The ninth annual Tucson Artists' Open Studios tour offers an opportunity to see the great work produced by our neighbors

Every morning, Richard Zelens rises before dawn and walks with his dog to the dry riverbed of the Rillito to watch the sun come up. Besides the spiritual benefits he…

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Seth MacFarlane and His Peculiar Distaste For Tucson

104.1 Dumps Truth, Adds News Block, Moves Justice

Top 10 Creepiest Tinder Profiles in Tucson

Hot or not in a million years?

Tucson Artist Nancy Tokar Miller Dies

Celebrating the Silences

Thirty years after his breakthrough album, Steve Roach is still in the Sonoran Desert creating "resonant sonic spaces"

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  • Tucson Artist Nancy Tokar Miller Dies
    Nancy Tokar Miller, an acclaimed painter often called Tucson's best artist, died Tuesday after a long illness. She was known for her shimmering near-abstractions of land, sea and sky, painted in brilliant, liquid colors. Born in…
  • Best Game of Jenga Ever
    I was never good at Jenga, or anything that requires a steady hand. Caterpillar used the 320E, TH514C, 277D, M316D and 349E to play a monstrous game of Jenga. One crane operator on the ground directed…
  • The 'Hey Dude' Ranch is Still Out There
    It’s been 25 years since Nickelodeon’s Hey Dude was on the air. But the memories still haunt the abandoned set at the Tanque Verde Ranch. Florida filmmaker Adam The Woo made a special trip to the…
  • Kids Vs. Cassette Players
    There was a simpler time when a device like the cassette player was a practical household item. Now, that ancient piece of technology has been long forgotten, and a good way to stump a know-it-all child.…
  • CD2: Barber Raises $422K in First Quarter
    As the deadline for FEC fundraising reports closes in, Congressman Ron Barber's team tells the Weekly he has raised more than $422,000 in the first quarter of 2014. While that's a big number for Barber, it…
  • Tucsonans Go to School on Broken Bells' Perfection
    A super-group of two, Broken Bells played to a packed house that expected the best on Sunday night, April 13 at the Rialto Theatre. Minds, and expectations, were blown. The duo, comprising producer and recording artist…
  • 104.1 Dumps Truth, Adds News Block, Moves Justice
    It’s no longer The Truth. It’s no longer “Right Talk for Tucson.” But it is more local, and it will hope to use that local appeal to improve its standing against the nation’s top talker. KQTH…
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