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  • Editor's Note
  • Editor's Note

    Building community: Maybe it does start at home
      Mari thinks about how lucky she is to have such a unique 15-year-old who brings her joy everyday.
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  • Take The Highway
  • Take The Highway

    Rich Hopkins talks old Sand Rubies, new Luminarios, and life in Texas
      There was a time after he'd moved from Tucson to Houston that Rich Hopkins thought of recruiting a new band, under the name My Way Or The Highway.
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  • Sold Pueblo Visions
  • Sold Pueblo Visions

    Art, from borderland tragedies and dark desert overtones to gossips and truths
      Michael Cajero has never been an artist of muted views.
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  • Police Dispatch
  • Police Dispatch

    (Storage) Space Invaders
      A couple of women made themselves quite at home in a stranger's storage unit—even fashioning a (very crude) "restroom" for themselves there.
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  • Dust Devil
  • Dust Devil

    Saguaro Life Cycle: 
  • Noise Annoys
  • Noise Annoys

    Total musical anarchy in Tucson, 2017
      As we enter officially into the death throes of the 2010s, the trail of musical carnage we leave behind is such that, if this were a real life war, the losses and casualties would be too great to understand the original aim of the conflict.
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  • Dance Away
  • Dance Away

    From ballets and gifted choreographers to narrative dances about Dillanger!
      After opera singer Bernard Bermudez's lush baritone vocals stole the show at a Ballet Tucson concert last year, he got a repeat invitation.
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  • Police Dispatch
  • Police Dispatch

    That's Not Very Sweet
      Hostility among honey vendors escalated into a small-scale (OK, very small-scale) turf war.
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  • The Curtain is Rising
  • The Curtain is Rising

    Spring Springs on Theatre
      So the wreaths are put away as are the menorahs, and everything you have now is less of everything you had, and is tidy and tucked away in those ubiquitous storage boxes every store in Tucson is hawking.
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  • Culture Control
  • Culture Control

    Proposed bills aim to tighten restrictions on students, immigrants and teaching race
      State Rep. Bob Thorpe, a Flagstaff Republican, has introduced three education-related bills at the Arizona Legislature that target social justice courses, and DREAMers and have spurred activists springing into action.
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  • Vintage Vinyl Tucson
  • Vintage Vinyl Tucson

    This week: King Rock and the Knights
      "Scandal" b/w "Send-Di" by King Rock and the Knights, Zoom Records ZR-003, 1959 Same, Zoom Records ZR-005 1966
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  • The Skinny
  • The Skinny

      Team Ducey hosts a public budget presentation in Tucson, but doesn’t do much outreach to let folks know it’s happening
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