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  • Courtney Comes Home: The Shondes
  • Courtney Comes Home: The Shondes

    The Shondes return to Tucson with new line-up and Old Pueblo favorite Courtney Robbins
      With a tremendous versatility built up over playing with different groups in Tucson, Robbins' guitar gives even more dimension to The Shondes, which Rolling Stone had described as "Riot-grrrl furor, arena bombast and klezmer stomp."
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  • Fall Arts Preview: Visual Arts and Dance
  • Fall Arts Preview: Visual Arts and Dance

    The upcoming season offers photography, dance, fine arts and, of course, politics
      Politics are everywhere in this endless election season, and local artists and arts organizations—painters, dancers and actors—are doing their part, jumping in with timely works that offer pungent political commentary.
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  • Thank a Teacher
  • Thank a Teacher

      Teachers, take this chance to hang out at the Desert Museum in the evening for free.
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  • Hue Are You?
  • Hue Are You?

    Baroness’ latest album was born of an accident that nearly killed the band
      It’s going to take more than a 30-foot fall to stop Baroness.
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  • Police Dispatch
  • Police Dispatch

    An Odd Kind of Egg Donation
      Someone illegally entered a man's work van only to steal some rather random, relatively inexpensive stuff—but even more nonsensically, the thief left a single chicken egg behind.
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  • Fall Arts Preview: Theater
  • Fall Arts Preview: Theater

    The curtain will rise on local stages in upcoming months
      To borrow freely from our friend Forrest Gump, theater in Tucson is like a box of chocolates.
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  • Police Dispatch
  • Police Dispatch

    Discount Department Store Dogfight
      A man driving through a T.J. Maxx parking lot had a scuffle with strange man who damaged his vehicle.
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  • Fall Arts Preview: Miscellaneous Fun
  • Fall Arts Preview: Miscellaneous Fun

    Everything else there is to do this fall in Tucson
      Oh Tucson, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. First, your fall season. Er, wait. We don't have a fall season, but we do have a Fall Arts Preview
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  • Night at the (micro)Cinema
  • Night at the (micro)Cinema

      Exploded View Microcinema will host experimental film artist Douglas Katelus and his organ (hey, don't go there) to open its fourth season of experimental music and film.
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  • Dust Devil
  • Dust Devil

      Epictetus! Epictetus! You were a Greek slave,
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  • House Race
  • House Race

    Three candidates strive for two House slots in Legislative District 10
      Three candidates are seeking two House seats in next week's Democratic primary in Legislative District 10.
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