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  • Sep 16-22, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 30

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Hey, big-name sportswriters: Stop selling out, and start doing your job
  • The Skinny

    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!
  • Media Watch
  • Media Watch

    Jim Parisi moves forward with Internet TV/radio show
  • Downing

    The monsoon 2010 in review
  • Mailbag

    Electronic Books Have an Environmental Impact, Too; The Rosemont Mine Would Destroy a Scenic Route; And Now, for Your Entertainment, a Bizarre Rant; A Comment From a Reader at TucsonWeekly.com
  • T Q&A
  • T Q&A

    Ilynn Adler and Alan Maness

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    Gin Blossoms; Ecstatic Dance Tucson; Aaron Boyd and Kimberly Toscano in concert; "Douglas Trumbull: A History of Special Events in Film"

Cinema

  • Now Showing at Home
  • Now Showing at Home

    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

Music

  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    KXCI meets big brother; Fresh gin; Time for jazz; The riveting rosie; Tejano over two nights; Flamenco returns!; On the bandwagon
  • Live
  • Live

    Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
  • Top Ten in Music

    The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store top sales for the week ending Sept. 10, 2010

Arts & Culture

  • Out of India
  • Out of India

    Rogue's sinuous 'Nāga Mandala' falls a bit short of its high ambitions
  • Stripped Away
  • Stripped Away

    Wallace Begay's paintings tell the sad story of his Indian-boarding-school years

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    Arizona Restaurant Week; Make That an Extra Large; Get Your Greek On; Openings







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