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  • Sep 10-16, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 29

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Anyone who believes in Richard Florida's 'Creative Class' believes in shoddy scholarship
  • Investment Issues

    Science Foundation Arizona was off to a great start—until state lawmakers pulled the plug
  • Missing Links

    A business owner continues his fight to avoid getting displaced by the Aviation Parkway extension
  • Media Watch

    KVOA Strikes Up The One-Man News Band
  • Messina

    The women of the Tucson Lightning Rugby Club play for the love of the game
  • T Q&A

    Ciara Meyer

City Week

  • City Week


  • Now Showing at Home

    An American Werewolf in London (Blu-Ray), Army of Darkness: Screwhead Edition (Blu-Ray), The Office: Season Five (Blu-Ray)


  • Live

    Blondie, Venus Infers

Arts & Culture

  • Sea Change

    Artist Heather Green converts flotsam into something rich and strange
  • Wilde Thing

    Live Theatre Workshop's late-night arm delivers an outlandishly gay 'Earnest'
  • Marked Survivor

    'The Blue Tattoo' is a riveting, well-researched portrait of a girl kidnapped by Native Americans


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