• Issue Archive for
  • Oct 28 - Nov 3, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 36

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Ten really bad things that could happen on Election Day
  • Serraglio

    Why has this election season been so dysfunctional and disturbing?
  • Guest Commentary

    A trip to a Nogales dentist reminds me how fortunate I am
  • The Skinny

    Why Jesse Kelly is full of crap—plus, the real architect of the Kelly tax plan is revealed!
  • Media Watch

    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
  • Police Dispatch

    Possible side effects include insanity; It’s just ketchup
  • Mailbag

    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
  • T Q&A

    Jennifer Lohse

City Week

  • City Week

    A Sense of Wonder: A Celebration of Children and Nature; Seventh Annual Alley Cat Bicycle Scavenger Hunt; QTango Orchestra in concert; The Color Purple


  • Now Showing at Home

    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)


  • Soundbites

    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;
  • Live

    Thrones, Christian Mistress: Solar Culture, Monday, Oct. 25
  • Top Ten in Music

    17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Oct. 22, 2010

Arts & Culture

  • Looks at Love and Sex

    While LTW's silly romp is a delight, Beowulf Alley's vampire-themed drama is an ambitious failure
  • New Opportunities

    Tucson's professional ballet company celebrates a quarter-century in a big way

Special Issues

  • Batter Up

    After baseball dreams and a stint in the military, Patrick Davis finds a love of pastry
  • Part of the Herd

    A far-northwest-side farm rescues animals—and offers access to raw milk
  • Italian Style

    The third part in our series on late, lamented Tucson restaurants
  • Fresh Is Difficult

    The farm-to-fork restaurant movement struggles to become a meaningful reality

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