New data shows that the health of Pima County residents is decidedly mixed
Mourning the loss of two men who were legends in their fields
My attempt at being vegan raised my consciousness—but it just wasn't for me
Did Jesse Kelly’s team try to talk Brian Miller into dropping out of the Congressional District 8 race? … state Sen. Al Melvin turns down Democratic challenger Cheryl Cage’s call for debates … another lousy downtown deal … and more!
KMSB makes plans for morning-news program; advertorial show advancing at KGUN; meanwhile, over at KVOA ...
Spilled cake: sign of the apocalypse; crackheads in a candy store
The true blame for the Gulf Coast mess lies not with BP, but with our government
The Accomplishments of BASIS Students and Staff Deserve Recognition; When It Comes to UFOs, the Truth Is Out There; Really, We Swear, the Truth Is Out There!; The Coronado Plan Lacks Insight and Foresight
Science Saturdays; "Movie Spoof Spectacular, Part Deux: A 48-Hour Film Challenge Public Screening and Awards Extravaganza"; "Art, Music and Salsa Under the Stars"; Tucson Lindy Hop
City Week, Staff Pick
Mystery Train; Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Complete Book 1 (Collector's Edition); The Crazies
Now Showing at Home, Video
Casa Video's top rentals for the week
R.I.P.; a pro-Mexico reminder; poems + music = awesome!; Fish Karma: one night only; metal and wine.
Soundbites, Staff Pick
Cornelius F. Van Stafrin III, Tärr, Glenn Weyent
The 17th St. Guitar and World Music Store top sales for the week
Rogue's 'The Four of Us' plays with the lives of two real-life literary figures
TMA's David Tineo retrospective proves the renowned artist is far more than a mere muralist
Philip Garrison's brief collection of immigration anecdotes includes compelling, unforgettable stories
Mostly Books best-sellers for the week
Fire Closes Takamatsu; The Cupcake Shuffle; South Side PJ's Subs; Heavy Metal and Wine; Bringfido.com
Noshing Around, Staff Pick