How Obama—who's our only hope—can make a comeback
Arizona's gun-crazy rep is, in many ways, undeserved
PCC's admissions-policy change would actually open more doors and create more successes
TUSD officials prepare for a future with continuing decreases in student enrollment
The mysterious funding behind a new UA philosophy think tank continues to raise concerns
The UA's American Indian Studies Department severs ties to 'Red Ink' magazine
After the brutal murder of a Tucson woman, police allowed the prime suspect to walk away
Tea Party activists continue a campaign to discredit the Independent Redistricting Commission
The Pima County Democratic Party takes aim at a Democrat in the Tucson City Council race … If you supported Obama on the East Coast in 2008, you might be a supporter of City Council candidate Joe Flores today … Nancy Young Wright considers a run for the Board of Supes … and more!
RIP, Fred Imus; The
Star needlessly changes policies; A new head for the UA School of Journalism
Adventures in Fox News PR; The week on
The Range; and more!
Someone's in the kitchen; Really tee'd off
Celebrating the last days of summer; Remembering Elvis; A chimp's life; Adopt a dog!
Despite some so-so special effects, 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' successfully revives the franchise
Fantastic acting puts 'The Help' over the top
Your Highness (Blu-ray); Boyz n the Hood (Blu-ray); The Big Lebowski (Blu-ray); Paul (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Aug. 7, 2011
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A fusion of live music and DJs is drawing huge and diverse crowds to downtown Tucson every Thursday night
Coady Willis and Jared Warren take time off from the Melvins to conduct some Big Business
Farewell, Esme; Benefits galore; Two nights for blues fans; and more!
The Alternate Routes; A House, A Home, Club Congress, August 6
Zia Records' top sales for the week ending Aug. 7, 2011
Etcetera's 'Jailbait' raises a lot of intriguing questions as it entertains
Raices Taller shows off a wide variety of artists in this recycled-materials show
The tragic life of Navajo artist Quincy Tahoma is recounted in this beautiful volume
Mostly Books' top sellers for the week ending Aug. 5, 2011
Wilko turns standard items into delicious, well-executed innovations
O'Hungry's makes way for The Lab; Find the Buddhas; Salsa and tequila for a good cause; Reilly Craft Pizza and Drink!