More on the DREAM Act and the fact that it's not fair to get a free pass
Just another day spent at Tucson Medical Center
SB 1339 shows how megalomaniacal this year's Arizona Legislature has become
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
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In Native American communities throughout Arizona, basketball is king
Russell Pearce unveils his new immigration bill. Plus: guns on campus, stripping health care from the poor and a challenge to birthright citizenship
Sen. Al Melvin sponsors a bill that would squelch public input on transmission lines
Developers could get more leeway in the Warehouse District under proposed zoning changes
As he recovers from his wounds, Ron Barber looks for ways to help others
More on Mayor Bob calling it quits … Updates on the Jan. 8 aftermath … and more!
NBC’s rugby coverage good news for Sitton; Journal pegs Holly as new operations manager; KIIM’s Jackson cracks program-director top 20
No points for the bike; Stupid pen trick
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
'Hall Pass' is a typical Farrelly brothers film: It's fairly funny and rather disgusting
Johnny Depp rocks as a Western sheriff/lizard in 'Rango'
A Film Unfinished; Hatchet II (Blu-ray); Bambi: Diamond Edition (Blu-ray+DVD); Memento: 10th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Feb. 27, 2011
Gwyneth and Monko's country-folk tunes feature touches of edgy rock
Jackson Browne, Alice Cooper and other music all-stars join forces to promote civility and respect
Change of venue; Good shows, great causes; A Powhaus finale, of sorts; Monk on Monk; On the bandwagon
Found Footage Festival, Loft Cinema, Saturday, Feb. 26
The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011
Take your pick of family horrors: Beowulf's Irish 'Beauty Queen,' or Etcetera's Yankee 'Kimberly Akimbo'
The Rogue Theatre does justice to Harold Pinter's puzzling 'Old Times'
Gear up for St. Patrick's Day with a good ol' book—or perhaps a more lively pursuit or two
Jim Kristofic's biographical essays detail his life as a white kid in the Navajo Nation
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011
Delicious Peruvian food has come to Tucson's southside via Rocky Point
New: The Tasteful Kitchen; Mother Hubbard's Cafe; Mardi Gras Grub; The Great Irish Cook-Off