Tom's eight (mostly tongue-in-cheek) reasons to vote against the sales-tax increase
From heartbroken Midwesterner to activist desert rat, in a mere 20 years
LifePoint, Tucson's syringe-exchange program, saves lives—and shows addicts that someone cares
An ... Interesting Take on 'Liberals,' War Heroes and SB 1070; An ... Interesting Take on the Terms 'Wetback' and 'Illegal'; This Whole SB 1070 Thing: Just a Bad Dream?; Fact Check: FAIR Is Far From Fair; By Accepting Rosemont Copper Ads, the 'Weekly' Is 'Legitimizing' Proposed Mine
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Targeting illegal immigrants! Cutting education funding! Chasing after Obama's birth certificate! It was another busy year for the Legislature
State budget cuts mean the elimination of services for the mentally ill—and the consequences could be bleak
Some students at Arizona's three universities want campus officials to just say no to SB 1070
A First Things First member gets a threatening letter after expressing conflict-of-interest concerns
A year after the 'Tucson Citizen' was shut down, most of the newspaper's ex-employees are still looking for work
Why you need to vote for Prop 100. … UA economist Alberta Charney takes on the Goldwater Institute. … That new immigration law causes more economic misery … and more!
"Amercian" vs. "In the U.S.": 'Star' error reverberations continue; 'Star' on the survey circuit?
HuffPo Turns 5; TWTV turns 2.17
Booby trap; gang-banger banging
"Tucson's Tineo and the Legacy of Mexican and Mexican-America Muralists" by John Carhuff; "The Gods Must be Crazy" by Kenneth Johnson; Sunnyside High School's "Noche de las Estrellas"; "I Dream in Widescreen: BFA Thesis Films From the School of Media Arts"
'Iron Man 2' isn't great, but it's satisfying enough
'Babies' is far from riveting, but it's an effective meditation on the beginning of life
Tetro; No Time for Sergeants; Tombstone (Blu-ray); Dune (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week
The Besnard Lakes create conceptual, prog-influenced rock that's best listened to on vinyl
'Bringing It All Back Home' benefit concert
The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store top sales for the week
LTW's 'What the Butler Saw' is a fantastic, funny farce—but why was the ending changed?
Theatrical Mime Theatre performs again after a two-year hiatus
The works of one pastel artist and two photographers shine at Etherton Gallery
Boston Teran's latest is a screen-ready border thriller set 100 years ago
Mostly Books best-sellers for the week
El Coqui's dry pork disappoints, but the sides and cocktails delight
May's Counter Chicken and Waffles; 'Bizarre Foods With Andrew Zimmern': Tucson Edition; Primavera Cooks!; Noshing Notes