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  • Jul 8-14, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 20

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    You cannot call these public officials 'do-nothing politicians' (well, except for one of them)
  • Dead End
  • Dead End

    More than 15 years after NAFTA began, Mexican trucks are still restricted from U.S. roads
  • Coming Home
  • Coming Home

    A Tucson woman's efforts to get three women stuck in Haiti recognized as U.S. citizens finally lead to success
  • Serraglio

    This year's World Cup should motivate us to fight racism wherever it may lurk
  • The Skinny

    Arizona Democrats target "Payday" Paton ... Cheryl Cage collects some big bucks in her fight to unseat Sen. Al Melvin ... See the Democrats who want to be your next Arizona attorney general ... and more!
  • Media Watch
  • Media Watch

    KOLD ends Becker's employment after 20 years; Anchondo heading to Indianapolis

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    "Books and Brunch"; The Little Village Cafe Series; Shadowcast of Repo! The Genetic Opera; "Food for Thought: Non-Chemical Control of Insects in Your Home and Garden"

Cinema

Music

  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    R.I.P.; Rock out this slow week; Second Saturday is here again!
  • Live
  • Live

    Dead Meadow

Arts & Culture

  • Dark Childhood
  • Dark Childhood

    Etcetera's delicious 'Mr. Marmalade' introduces the creepiest imaginary friend ever
  • Stop the Hysteria
  • Stop the Hysteria

    More than 50 artists make powerful statements against SB 1070 in Raices Taller's 'How Brown Am I?'
  • Beyond Tragedy
  • Beyond Tragedy

    This engaging collection of short stories features Native Americans dealing with fractured families

Chow








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