Ten really bad things that could happen on Election Day
Why has this election season been so dysfunctional and disturbing?
A trip to a Nogales dentist reminds me how fortunate I am
Taxes Are Bad, Damn It!; Legalize Pot, and Tax Another Vice!; Card-Check Elections Would Lessen Worker Intimidation; Grijalva = Fighter for Green Jobs; Grijalva = The Second Coming, Basically; Correction
Campaign 2010 reaches the finish line
Residents wonder why a sheriff's representative won't meet with them to discuss fears and concerns
In close legislative races, attack mailers are flying
An incumbent battles two challengers for two Amphitheater School District board seats
Why Jesse Kelly is full of crap—plus, the real architect of the Kelly tax plan is revealed!
Wick shuts down Tucson press operation; KOLD adds morning host, reporter; parts ways with sales manager; Buckmaster hopes to remain attached to roundtable; Tucson West launches UA sports publication
Possible side effects include insanity; It’s just ketchup
A Sense of Wonder: A Celebration of Children and Nature; Seventh Annual Alley Cat Bicycle Scavenger Hunt; QTango Orchestra in concert; The Color Purple
A compelling story goes to waste due to a formulaic Hollywood treatment in 'Conviction'
Three storylines is one too many for Clint Eastwood to handle in 'Hereafter'
Romeo + Juliet (Blu-ray);
The Exorcist: Extended Director's Cut and Original Theatrical Version (Blu-ray); Apocalypse Now: Three-Disc Full Disclosure Edition (Blu-ray); Paths of Glory (Blu-ray)
Casa Video top rentals for the week ending Oct. 24, 2010
On the new of Montreal album, Kevin Barnes gets a little help from his friends
The Desert Bluegrass Festival may not be as big as other music events, but it's definitely as fun
No tricks, but lots of treats; Guitarist extraordinaire; Electro-funk-punk revived; Are you ready to tango?; From hamlet's home to tucson; Short takes;
Thrones, Christian Mistress: Solar Culture, Monday, Oct. 25
17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Oct. 22, 2010
While LTW's silly romp is a delight, Beowulf Alley's vampire-themed drama is an ambitious failure
Tucson's professional ballet company celebrates a quarter-century in a big way
Despite a first act that drags, ATC's 'Ma Rainey' is ultimately moving and powerful
Bernard Fontana and Edward McCain show off the wonders of Mission San Xavier
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending Oct. 22, 2010
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After baseball dreams and a stint in the military, Patrick Davis finds a love of pastry
A far-northwest-side farm rescues animals—and offers access to raw milk
The third part in our series on late, lamented Tucson restaurants
The farm-to-fork restaurant movement struggles to become a meaningful reality
Sabine Blaese modeled Cafe Passé after a gathering spot in her German hometown