Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.
The Arizona Legislature drops the ball.
The City Council's call for checks on all gun buyers is headed for court.
Gun buyers at the Tucson Convention Center should pass a background review.
Why target gun shows?
The Three Stooges are loose in Oro Valley... State Sen. Toni Hellon waffles on impact fees... State Sen. Elaine Richardson flips on blood-alcohol levels... A birthday party on the hoof at the Arizona Daily Star... an incorpsoration post-mortem... and so very, very much more!
Pima County's process for sketching political boundaries is underway.
Activists ignite fiery protests.
Bureaucratic confusion within the Border Patrol shortchanges the visually impaired.
Jekyll and Hyde transform the TCC Music Hall ... There's a Psycho Beach Party in the middle of the desert ... Celebrate downtown at the Fiesta del Arte ... and more in this City Week.
Fun things to do that won't cost a fortune.
"Too Much Sleep" is a deeply boring film.
Pubill "Peret" Calaf's new album celebrates a new form of gypsy expression.
Calexico is back in the swing of things ... Someone's packin' heat at the Double Zero ... Punks are screaming around 7 Black Cats ... And more in Soundbites.
A triple play of dance performances steam up the desert.
Artist Janet Miller opens her Armory Park home for an outdoor show of her work.
Marge Piercy joins Temple Emanu-el for four unique events.
Mildred Harnack's involvement in the Red Orchestra earned her the distinction of being the only American woman to be executed by Hitler.
Dave Foreman still places Earth first, but now as a novelist.
Sullivan's is a pricey cattle call.