Tucson is kind of like a Coen brothers movie. Or a lot of them ...
Some employers are offering insurance discounts for health screenings—and that is a good thing
By harassing the feds to make a profit, the Center for Biological Diversity makes environmentalists look bad
Help for jaguars; Issues with Leo Banks; Getting the word out about Kino Sports Complex
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The poverty rate in Tucson and Pima County continues to skyrocket—and the prognosis for change remains grim
Does a proposed historic-sign ordinance go too far?
Arizona Between Nosotros encourages people to cross borders—both artistic and international
A new book details the billions of dollars spent on failed U.S.-Mexico security projects
State schools chief John Huppenthal rules that TUSD’s Mexican-American studies program is against the law—no matter what his own audit of the program shows … Candidates for mayor of Tucson are a vanishing breed … and more!
The Skinny, Ron Asta, john huppenthal, tusd ethnic studies, curtis acosta, John Pedicone, mark stegeman, michael hicks, judy burns, adelita grijalva, Miguel Cuevas, tucson mayoral race, jonathan rothschild, marshall home, Pat darcy, tucson election 2011, jeff rogers
Antenori Can't Handle the Truth
Kissing the clerk; Conspiracies everywhere
Story Slam; El Dia de San Juan Fiesta; Himmel Park Library celebrates an anniversary; Local play inspired by Bill Hicks!
'Mr. Popper's Penguins' leaves viewers out in the cold
'Green Lantern' melds a lame premise with lazy special effects
The Adjustment Bureau (Blu-ray); Unknown (Blu-ray); Insignificance (Blu-ray); Red Riding Hood (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending June 19, 2011
Titus Andronicus hopes to avoid pillow fights on this trip to Tucson
Other Lives' 'Tamer Animals' is one of the richest indie-rock albums of 2011
Local CD release shows; Local benefit shows; The Parson Red Heads; And much more!
Nowhere Man and a Whiskey Girl, Bella Ruse, Leila Lopez, Plush, June 18
Toxic Ranch Records' top sales for the week ending June 17, 2011
The Rogue Theatre will wow you with Tom Stoppard's 'The Real Inspector Hound'
As a new wall is built through Nogales, well-known art is being relocated or destroyed
Julian Dodge Hayden—septic-tank contractor and amateur archaeologist—tells his own story
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending June 17, 2011
Picazzo's is an Arizona chain that serves delicious pizzas—including healthier options
Eclectic Pizza changes name; Tucson's best wings for a good cause; Beer events; And much more!