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  • Dec 23-29, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 44

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Arizona's high school sports governing body is destroying the hopes of thousands of young athletes
  • Local Heroes

    Meet 10 Tucsonans whose deeds have made our community a better place
  • Serraglio

    Perhaps it's time for the U.S. to abandon 'hope' and apologize for our empire's misdeeds
  • The Skinny

    Some ways to take advantage of the state's charitable tax credit and KUAT's Friday Roundtable signs off
  • Media Watch

    Gargulinski leaves tucsoncitizen.com over job-description change
  • Mailbag

    Hey, Danehy: Homeschooling Can Be a Fine Option; I'd Love to Know More About Downtown's Old 'La Calle'; Comments From Readers at TucsonWeekly.com
  • T Q&A

    Lisa Bates

City Week

  • City Week

    Not-for-Kids Christmas Stories; Access for All; Reliving the Expedition; Prints, Paints and Photographs
  • New Year's Events

    2011 Tucson Pokémon Trading-Card-Game City Championships; Casino del Sol's New Year's Eve Dance; Dinner With dUO VibrAtO; Tucson Jazz Society's Fifth Annual New Year's Eve Gala

Cinema

Music

  • Aural Options

    Say goodbye to 2010 and hello to 2011 with one (or more) of these live-music events
  • Soundbites

    'Tis the season ... for diversions; Worthy causes; A mullarkey milestone; On the bandwagon
  • Live

    Hobnail Boot reunion show with The Monitors, David Neff and the Retroskeptics: Sky Bar, Saturday, Dec. 11

Arts & Culture

  • Human Ambition

    Jamey Stillings' amazing photos of the Hoover Dam-bypass bridge bring a new audience into Etherton Gallery

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    New: Rice House; Mercado San Agustin; Now Open: Mr. Head's Art Gallery and Bar; Shout-Out

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