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  • Mar 3-9, 2011
  • Vol. 28, No. 2

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    More on the DREAM Act and the fact that it's not fair to get a free pass
  • Rez Ball

    In Native American communities throughout Arizona, basketball is king
  • Legislative Landslide

    Russell Pearce unveils his new immigration bill. Plus: guns on campus, stripping health care from the poor and a challenge to birthright citizenship
  • Guest Commentary

    SB 1339 shows how megalomaniacal this year's Arizona Legislature has become
  • The Skinny

    More on Mayor Bob calling it quits … Updates on the Jan. 8 aftermath … and more!
  • Media Watch

    NBC’s rugby coverage good news for Sitton; Journal pegs Holly as new operations manager; KIIM’s Jackson cracks program-director top 20
  • Downing

    Just another day spent at Tucson Medical Center
  • Mailbag

    Police Dispatch shouldn't cover people with mental illness; Hoffman's iron-clad logic; El Encanto has a long history of fighting and losing; What if John Kromko had ...; TUSD board couldn't realistically respond to ethnic-studies letter

City Week

  • City Week

    Jewish-Muslim PeaceWalk Tucson; 18th Annual Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival; Arizona Between Nosotros: Artists From Mexico Respond in Performance and Video; A Conversation With Edith Head

Cinema

  • Now Showing at Home

    A Film Unfinished; Hatchet II (Blu-ray); Bambi: Diamond Edition (Blu-ray+DVD); Memento: 10th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray)

Music

  • Soundbites

    Change of venue; Good shows, great causes; A Powhaus finale, of sorts; Monk on Monk; On the bandwagon
  • Live

    Found Footage Festival, Loft Cinema, Saturday, Feb. 26
  • Top Ten in Music

    The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011

Arts & Culture

  • Domestic Dysfunction

    Take your pick of family horrors: Beowulf's Irish 'Beauty Queen,' or Etcetera's Yankee 'Kimberly Akimbo'
  • Poetic Production

    The Rogue Theatre does justice to Harold Pinter's puzzling 'Old Times'
  • Hibernian Happenings

    Gear up for St. Patrick's Day with a good ol' book—or perhaps a more lively pursuit or two
  • In-Between

    Jim Kristofic's biographical essays detail his life as a white kid in the Navajo Nation
  • Top Ten in Books

    Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    New: The Tasteful Kitchen; Mother Hubbard's Cafe; Mardi Gras Grub; The Great Irish Cook-Off

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