Hey, big-name sportswriters: Stop selling out, and start doing your job
The monsoon 2010 in review
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What attracts more people and business: transit tracks or government subsidies?
Tucson voters are being asked to approve a sales-tax hike
Humanitarian activists claim the feds are playing bureaucratic shell games
A former Democratic lawmaker is running in LD 28 as an independent—and that could lead to a GOP upset
The board of supes approves a private detention center—but the state hasn't yet approved the project
The Rio Nuevo Board takes aim at the Rialto Theatre, its one downtown success … Reading the tea leaves in the race between Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and Republican Jesse Kelly … Why won’t Sen. Al Melvin sack up and face Democrat Cheryl Cage in a debate? … and more!
Ten things about Facebook; The week on The Range; Comment of the week; Best of WWW; and more!
Jim Parisi moves forward with Internet TV/radio show
Ilynn Adler and Alan Maness
Stroll from the pole; Underage thinking
Gin Blossoms; Ecstatic Dance Tucson; Aaron Boyd and Kimberly Toscano in concert; "Douglas Trumbull: A History of Special Events in Film"
Todd Solondz covers familiar ground in the disappointing 'Life During Wartime'
Paul W.S. Anderson brings cheesy special effects and terrible action scenes to the latest 'Resident Evil'
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (The Rich Mahogany Edition Blu-ray); Bored to Death: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray); My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Sept. 12, 2010
Be prepared to lose yourself while at the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club show
KXCI meets big brother; Fresh gin; Time for jazz; The riveting rosie; Tejano over two nights; Flamenco returns!; On the bandwagon
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store top sales for the week ending Sept. 10, 2010
Beowulf Alley's 'Shining City' is a flawed but compelling play
Rogue's sinuous 'Nāga Mandala' falls a bit short of its high ambitions
Wallace Begay's paintings tell the sad story of his Indian-boarding-school years
The Society of Southwestern Authors aids writers—both novice and expert—at its annual conference
Mostly Books best-sellers for the week ending Sept. 10, 2010
Café Tremolo is like a Tucson version of the Hard Rock Cafe—except the food is actually good
Arizona Restaurant Week; Make That an Extra Large; Get Your Greek On; Openings