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  • Guitar Hero
  • Guitar Hero

    Tucson-raised Robby Lochner always managed to earn a living with his guitar. Then his discipline inspired new life in a suicidal nostalgia act.
      The Whisky a Go Go is a shell of its former self. What was once, alongside the neighboring Rainbow and Roxy, the manic epicenter of the musical social scene on the Sunset Strip, is now a pay-to-play haven operating on past glories and the merch sales associated with that.
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  • Border Watchdogs
  • Border Watchdogs

    Arivaca residents now monitor two Border Patrol interior checkpoints to document racial profiling, any type of abuse
      Every time Carlotta Wray goes to a doctor's appointment or has to run errands outside the border community of Arivaca, she must drive through a Border Patrol checkpoint.
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  • Nutcracker Cascade
  • Nutcracker Cascade

    Dancers trained by Joffrey Ballet high-step it into two local productions
      Three dancers who trained with the prestigious company will dance separately in the city's most important productions. Lindsey Felix will star as the Prickly Pear Fairy in Tucson Regional Ballet's charming Southwest Nutcracker this weekend, partnered by Max Foster as Caballero.
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  • Noise Annoys
  • Noise Annoys

    The Rock Lottery and Linda Ronstadt’s love of The Trainwrecks
      It's beginning to look like Christmas, and, like the clearance sales, frigid 70-degree temps and the swelling population influx of out-of-state blue-hairs leaving reasonably predictable weather patterns back east, the demographic of committed year-round Tucson residents who fancy themselves arbiters of culture are just as much creatures of habit, filling in holiday-themed gatherings in the city's vast downtown cultural center, which consists of about three city blocks.
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  • The Skinny
  • The Skinny

      Why did Supervisor Miller throw her support behind Huckelberry's legislative agenda?
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  • Dark-Hearted Heart
  • Dark-Hearted Heart

    Nocturnal Animals wonderfully plays on the fears of husbands and wives with no happy endings in sight
      A jilted husband uses the power of the pen to mess with his ex-wife's mind in Nocturnal Animals, the engaging and dark-hearted latest from director Tom Ford.
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  • Guest Opinion
  • Guest Opinion

    City Councilman Steve Kozachik is asking his constituents to forget about campaign fundraising, and rehire him based on how well he’s worked for the community
      The last 18 months of politics is screaming out for change. We've witnessed a new low bar having been set for civility and honest debate. And we've seen yet again the impact money is having on our political system. I believe we can do better.
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  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    Tom offers up new definitions of the words we’ll need during the Trump administration
      Donald Trump is like the knuckleheads who used to stand on the corner, grabbing their genitals and talking about themselves.
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