Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.
Drunk driver Marissa Rodriguez got off way too easy.
Canyon Del Oro's Dee Dinota is the best softball coach in town.
Having remade the morning daily, the Carrot-Topped Crusader may be on her way out of town already... More misinformation on the "average" tax burden, courtesy of Mike Void... The Arizona Department of Transportation is determined to stop falling rocks, even if there's no evidence they exist... and so much more!
Trapped in crack addition on the border.
The recall is on at Amphi.
Big doings in Tucson this week.
Fun things to do that won't cost a fortune.
Don't malign it because it's violent; "American Psycho" is one of the best films of the year.
The Short Attention Span Film and Video Festival packs more than 70 digital, documentary, animated and hand-drawn celluloid masterpieces into a mere 100 minutes.
Horn player Karl Denson comes to the Rialto Theatre.
Moby makes a splash at McKale Center... New Tucson transplant Teddy Morgan celebrates at Bob's... Sue Garner and Rick Brown make musical magic at Solar Culture... and more!
Geoff Hoyle explores "The First Hundred Years" of comedy at ATC.
A.R. Gurney's "The Dining Room" comes to the Live Theatre Workshop.
Librarian Claire Reynier throws the book at white-collar crooks in "The Stolen Blue."
Young Native American poets speak out in "When the Rain Sings."
The TMA's new neighbor is the masterful Café à la C'Art.