Remembering the music that we listened to in our younger days
For the true Tucsonan, the summer brings ample pleasures
Pima Community College's recent treatment of the press has been a disgrace
» Cover Story -
Your guide to the 2011 Tucson City Council elections
Feature, tucson news, tucson election 2011, tucson politics, jonathan rothschild, marshall home, shawn mcclusky, ron asta, dave croteau, mary decamp, pat darcy, paul cunningham, joe flores, jennifer rawson, regina romero, shirley scott, tyler vogt
A veteran music writer ponders the tunes most fitting for one's wedding
What are the latest wedding trends? We asked a local planner for some advice
The Veterans Affairs spends a hefty sum to hire Disney to train staffers
Southern Arizona's pesky geological traits force changes in the Arroyo Chico flood-control project
Tucsonans prepare for John Huppenthal's ethnic-studies decision
Sen. Jon Kyl opposes Medicare cuts by Democrats, but supports the same cuts by Republicans … Rosemont Copper takes another step toward ripping a giant hole in the Santa Rita Mountains … environmentalists gear up for lawsuits to block Rosemont’s mine … and more!
Metromix get local nix; Radioexiles continues growth - with one notable loss.
Name Game!; The week on
The Range; Comment of the week; Best of WWW.
An order of highs; Grounds for arrest.
Remembering Ted DeGrazia; The Garlic and Onion Festival; The Dragonboat Festival; Live Music for a Good Reason.
Woody Allen revives Owen Wilson's sagging career with 'Midnight in Paris'
'X-Men: First Class' feels like two separate films—one fantastic, one subpar
Papillon (Blu-ray); Passion Play (Blu-ray); The Company Men (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending June 5, 2011
'Weird Al' prepares to release a new album—yes, including Lady Gaga parodies—shortly after his Tucson gig
The legendary Buddy Guy refuses to even think about slowing down
A new album from La Cerca; Several benefit shows; and much more!
Little Brave with K Phillips, Plush, Saturday, June 5
Zia Records' top sales for the week ending June 5, 2011
Studio Connections' female 'Odd Couple' may not be the perfect play, but it keeps the audience laughing
An exhibit at the UA Joseph Gross Gallery tells the story of a young girl in a bleak Soviet metropolis
'Wild Horses of the West' casts an objective eye on equine history
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending June 3, 2011
Pasco Kitchen's cocktails are splendid, as is the local emphasis—but the devil is in the details
Food Conspiracy expands; Dragoon Brewing Company offering another local beer option in 2012; New York Pizza Department; and more!