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  • Nov 4-10, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 37

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Teachers deserve our respect; a new documentary deserves scorn
  • Project Censored
  • Project Censored

    The Top 10 big stories largely ignored by the major news media
  • Red Tide
  • Red Tide

    Southern Arizona’s congressional races are too close to call as Republicans sweep the statewide races, make gains in the Legislature
  • Guest Commentary

    Throughout the West, the abhorrent theft of fossils continues
  • The Skinny

    The Tucson City Council kills the downtown hotel … The Rio Nuevo audit is finally out … Sloppy accounting in campaign-finance reports … and more!
  • Media Watch

    Program Director Meyer Leaves KCUB AM 1290
  • Messina

    The All Souls Procession shows the power of remembering, honoring and rejoicing the dead
  • Mailbag

    Fodder for Follow-up: How Bad Could the Legislature Make Things?; A Comment From a Reader at; Correction
  • T Q&A
  • T Q&A

    Celeste González de Bustamante

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    Turn the Page on Pants Presents "All Souls, No Pants"; Comedian Jo Koy; Pato Banton, Mystic Roots Band, Vine St. and Jahmar International; Jewish Food Festival



  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    Back in the saddle: Post-procession; Under the local covers; On the bandwagon
  • Live
  • Live

    Of Montreal, Har Mar Superstar, Provocatease: Rialto Theatre, Sunday, Oct. 31
  • Top Ten in Music

    Toxic Ranch Records' top sales for the week ending Oct. 31, 2010

Arts & Culture

  • Universal Appeal
  • Universal Appeal

    A name familiar to Tucson theater veterans returns with her production of 'Romeo and Juliet'
  • Top Ten in Books

    Antigone Books’ best-sellers for the week ending Oct. 28, 2010


  • Noshing Around

    Coming Soon: Casa Marita; Tucson Firefighters Chili Cook-off; Mobile Food; Openings

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