They let kids do like God and Thomas Jefferson intended, up in this part of the country. They set up roadside stands in the early summertime and sell firecrackers by the boatload.
Charlton Heston lets his work speak for him.
The way it goes for high school teachers these days is you generally don't want to chitchat with kids you've given a D, particularly strapping lads who work for an organization to whom you owe money for narcotics.
Los Angeles is the world's largest myth-making factory.
Libertarians try to knock a couple of candidates out of the mayor's race...Gov. Jane Dee Hull doesn't give a hoot about the pygmy owl... Ken Marcus won't be counting on TUSD anymore...and more!
Are people enrolled in JobPath being trained for jobs or the shoe-pounding
political tactics for which Pima County Interfaith Council is famous?
Take the money and run.
Big doings in Tucson this week.
Fun things to do that won't cost a fortune.
Summer of Sam is probably Spike Lee's best film since Do The Right Thing, its maturity and difference from his earlier work may signify that his best is yet to come.
The Make Up preaches the glory of "Gospel Yeh-Yeh" at
the Rialto Theatre.
Wax Trax! Mastermix Tour comes to Club Congress; kick up your
spectators to Roomful of Blues at the Boondocks Lounge and Big
Dave and the Ultrasonics at Plaza Palomino; and crank up The Stereo
at the Double Zero.
Reviews of Os Mutantes, Trans Am and The Donnas.
Muralist David Tineo gets personal with an exhibition of smaller works.
Mendelssohn's crowning achievement,
Elijah, brings fire and brimstone to UA Crowder Hall.
With considerable art Arturo Pérez-Reverte integrates obscure
knowledge with a rousing narrative.
Stephenson blends silicon and reality splendidly.
Michelangelo's masterful cuisine leaves Café Sole in the shadows.