• Issue Archive for
  • Nov 18-24, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 39

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Tom responds to gun-toting diners, city budget cuts and business school
  • Your Tax Dollars at Work

    As stressed immigrant communities live in fear, law-enforcement agencies reap financial rewards
  • The Skinny

    Arizonans will soon have a right to their medical marijuana … Giffords and Grijalva split on the deficit commission’s draft report … How about more public dollars for political campaigns? … and more!
  • Media Watch

    Jameson resigns as Tucson Newspapers CEO; Lee profits increase, largely on basis of cuts; Cable and satellite numbers also on the decline; Germs, germs, everywhere germs!
  • Police Dispatch

    At warp speed; Guilty, butt not as charged
  • Messina

    The Culture of Peace Alliance trains youth in the ways of Kingian nonviolence
  • Mailbag

    Mainstream Media Give Short Shrift to Palestinian Abuses; The Last Election Proved the ‘Weekly,’ Its Readers Are Out of Touch; Comments From Readers at TucsonWeekly.com; Corrections

City Week

  • City Week

    Vegetarian Taxidermy; Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Tchaikovsky and Friends; Tucson Roller Derby and the Arizona State Conference; Every Woman

Cinema

Music

  • Soundbites

    Help the needy; enjoy great music; Fists vs. plains; Get the hanky ready
  • Live

    Freelance Whales, Miniature Tigers, Bear Hands: Club Congress, Sunday, Nov. 14
  • Top Ten in Music

    The 17th St. Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Nov. 12, 2010

Arts & Culture

  • Flawed but Fun

    Two kid-themed adult plays deserve your love—even if they both need to grow up a bit
  • Fill in the Blanks

    Invisible Theatre does well with the amusing yet insubstantial '2 Across'
  • Top Ten in Books

    Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Nov. 12, 2010

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    Sahuarita Pecan Festival; Skrambles Café: The Eggsperts; Colombian Chow; Farmers' Market Grand Opening; Le Delice Bakery and Café Is Back

Special Issues

  • Joy on CD and Vinyl

    Despite an apparent decrease in box-set releases, there are still plenty of amazing gift-giving options

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