• Issue Archive for
  • Apr 8-14, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 7

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    We have good news, and we have bad news ...
  • The Skinny

    Can Japanese baseball teams save spring training? … Republican Jonathan Paton raises big bucks in his campaign against Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords … More poll numbers on the John McCain-J.D. Hayworth race … Don’t miss this week’s TV debate on the sales-tax question … and more!
  • Media Watch

    TV stations approach 911 tape differently; Chuck George's return imminent; UA alum wins 'New York Times' fellowship; Williams, Blair bring hoop experience to airwaves
  • Police Dispatch

    Crazy like the wolf; the bigger they are ...
  • Messina

    The Watershed Management Group Co-op is helping Tucson become a greener, cooler place
  • Mailbag

    An Emmy Winner Chimes in Regarding the F-35; What, Exactly, Is in Jonathan Hoffman's Kool-Aid?; Hoffman Joins the Ranks of Conspiracy Theorists; Hoffman's Argument Lacks, Well, an Argument
  • No Place Like Home

    'Prodigal Sons' documents the story of a transgendered former athlete, her troubled brother and ... Orson Welles?
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City Week

  • City Week

    "Relight the Night"; "Growing Up Chicana in Morenci, Arizona"; HYPNOVIDEO hypnosis show; Chicago



  • Experimental rock-band Yeasayer is just trying to stay ahead of the curve

    The Yeasayer sound is an amalgam of indie rock, electronica and glitchy pop, subtly touched by African, Middle Eastern and Asian influences, and—now on Odd Blood—unabashed dance music.One might wonder how the group can blend such diverse sounds without the results seeming contrived, but Yeasayer pull it off convincingly.
  • Soundbites

    The festivals continue!; Fund this festival!; Border issues on cd; those Guthrie genes; live music: a wedding present to you; on the bandwagon
  • Live

    Festival en el Barrio Viego

Arts & Culture

  • Soft and Romantic

    Tucson Regional Ballet celebrates spring with one traditional classic and one fairy tale
  • Art Into the City

    MOCA shows off its new, permanent home with a wide-ranging show of ultra-contemporary works


  • Noshing Around

    Street Food!; Slogan Contest; Zin, Blues and BBQ; Noshing Notes

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