Tom on film: his take on a list of controversial movies
Hundreds of people--from fans to producers to well-known bands--are descending on Tucson for TapeOpCon 2006
TUSD's selection of a technology proposal--more than twice as expensive as a competing proposal--raises concerns
Radical environmentalists get together for a day of warnings and celebrations
New Arizona school nutrition standards go too far--and will accomplish too little
Gina Corraled by San Diego
You think conservatives don't trust the media? Ask a liberal how she feels
Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.
A recap of last week's news
Tucson Q&A with Edella Schlager
Our top picks of what to do and where to do it for the week.
The French have made an excellent action film. Who knew?
The remake of 'The Omen' stays amazingly faithful to the original
"Deadwood: The Complete Second Season," "Dazed and Confused: The Criterion Collection," "Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic (The Unrated Movie)," and "Beavis and Butt-head: The Mike Judge Collection, Volume 2"
Casa Video's top rentals for the week
Slaid Cleaves & Rod Picott, at Old Town Artisans, Thursday, June 8
The Wedding Present
Hear's Music top sales for the week
Invisible Theatre's cabaret series is back, this time at a smaller, diner-friendly venue
A skinny Englishman playing a Palestinian? It's no problem at LTW
New Tucsonan Kirk McCoy finds art in rhyolite
Demetria Martinez's 'confessions' require few words to convey wisdom and insight
Antigone Books best-sellers for the week
J Nippon proves to be quite the northwest-side hangout--and it's a good Japanese restaurant, too