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  • Sep 23-29, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 31

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Regarding nuclear arms control, Jon Kyl is letting gamesmanship trump statesmanship
  • Running Scared

    Democrat Andrea Dalessandro hopes to give the GOP representatives in LD 30 a run for their money
  • Guest Commentary

    Drugs—and the war on drugs—are destroying far too many lives
  • The Skinny

    Is Congressman Raúl Grijalva in trouble in his race against Republican Ruth McClung? … The Rio Nuevo Board agrees to negotiate with the Rialto Theatre Foundation … Will Republican state Sen. Al Melvin and Democratic challenger Cheryl Cage ever debate? … and more!
  • Media Watch

    The Mountain adds two out-of-town DJs to lineup; KOLD turns in strong summer news numbers
  • Messina

    A local exercise studio uses stripper poles to increase women's fitness—and confidence
  • Mailbag

    Claim: Light Rail Could Destroy Fourth Avenue's Ambiance; Access Tucson Equals Democracy; Chef: Calling Primo Tucson 'Unsustainable' Was Inaccurate, Unfair; A Pedestrian-Only Fourth Avenue Would Be Bad for Wheelchair Users
  • T Q&A

    Adam Rex

City Week

  • City Week

    Panel discussion: "The Creative Process"; Sonic Orphans screening with live music; Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz; Robot 2010: A Dance Odyssey

Cinema

Music

  • Soundbites

    Two days, tons of music; On the bandwagon
  • Live

    Southern Culture on the Skids
  • Top Ten in Music

    Toxic Ranch Records' top sales for the week ending Sept. 17, 2010

Arts & Culture

  • Dark and Narrative

    Art.if.Act kicks off its second season by paying homage to Edgar Allan Poe
  • Missing Ginger

    Energetic, talented performers and amazing sets can't save ATC's dull script
  • Top Ten in Books

    Antigone Books best-sellers for the week endingSept. 17, 2010

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    Mr. Head's Art Gallery and Bar; Jasper Food and Mixology; Sparkroot; Wooters Joins the Abbey; Open: Tiki Tim's Grill

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