• Issue Archive for
  • Mar 25-31, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 5

Opinion

  • Danehy

    Meet Tom Danehy, a baby boomer from SoCal who has never tried pot
  • Messina

    Temple Emanu-El and its original home celebrate 100 years and reveal a colorful, gritty history of Jews in Arizona
  • Guest Opinion

    Witness the collapse of the scientific governmental complex, aka promoters of the climate-change theory
  • Mailbag

    Preview Article Didn't Include Everything I Wanted; The Legislature Thinks Restricting Texting Is Oppressive, but Restricting Abortion Is OK?; 'Shrew' Should Be a Drag—Literally; Don't Discuss Issues Regarding First Things First; That Gives the Legislature Cover

Currents

  • The Skinny

    Political prognosis; survey says: J.D. closes in on McCain; neither a borrower nor a texter be
  • Media Watch

    Tucsonsentinel.com adds another voice to news landscape
  • T Q&A

    Kenya Masala

City Week

  • City Week

    An Evening With Spike Lee; Book-signing by B.J. Kurtz; "Art Fights" Art Show and MMA Demo; R. Carlos Nakai headlines benefit for KARE Family Center

Cinema

Music

  • Soundbites

    The beat goes on; in with the 'in' crowd; groovy music of all persuasions; heavy metal thunder; Congress is definitely in session; local recordings continue to bloom; act fast, or you'll miss out

Arts

  • Protect Yourself

    Art.if.Act melds dance, live music and film in a wide-ranging benefit for SAAF
  • Artistic Sensibilities

    Margot Kidder joins Chamber Music PLUS to tell the story of a young musician who came before her time
  • Joyous Colors

    These soon-to-close art shows are chock-full of radiant hues—with occasional hints of gloom
  • Dance and Magic

    Ex-belly dancer Susan Eyed teams with math/magic wiz Roland Sarlot

Books

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    Zoofari Café; New Cajun Food; Eat More Pie; Noshing Notes

Comics


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