If nothing else, the new Arizona Stadium scoreboard is drawing people's attention
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The year's most relevant ignored or underplayed stories
Republicans coordinate a PR blitz as a step toward dismantling the Independent Redistricting Commission
An Oro Valley recall effort ends in failure—but the organizer calls the effort a success
Misinformation and close-mindedness ruled at a recent addiction-prevention forum
Alabama's new immigration law will have many consequences—mostly damaging ones
How the new legislative map deals with Southern Arizona … Democratic mayoral candidate Jonathan Rothschild bags a bunch of new endorsements, while Republican Rick Grinnell gets two … two upcoming mayoral debates … and more!
The Star shuffles beats; Mega to become the Groove?; and more!
Fighting over Alfredo; A very dirty house
The 'occupy' movement and a new interest in economics are both revealing
The peril of planes; Agreeing with Danehy; A correction
Bisexuals know there is still a lot that the gay, lesbian and straight communities need to learn about acceptance and sexuality
Read, Think, and Then Comment
TransFormations; Shopping for a cause; Tucson Meet Yourself; Chairs for Charity
This 'Footloose' remake is weak—but it will probably bring the studio lots of cash anyway
'Reel Steel' is a robot-fighting movie that needs more grease
Pulp Fiction (Blu-ray); Red State; The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season (3-Disc Special Edition) (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Oct. 9, 2011
The War on Drugs' Adam Granducielmakes big music by starting with little snippets
Last chance to apply for The Great Cover-Up; Blues and Heritage Festival; Judas Priest says farewell; and more!
Kris Kristofferson, Fox Tucson Theatre, Oct. 6
Zia Records' top sales for the week ending Oct. 9, 2011
Studio Connections stretches itself to mount a clean, capable production of 'Chicago'
LTW's 'The Foreigner' is a hilarious farce with serious undertones
Yaqui flower-maker Amalia Reyes is just one of the folk artists showing their skills at Tucson Meet Yourself
Darrell James makes an impressive mystery-novel debut with 'Nazareth Child'
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending Oct. 7, 2011
Three and a Half Brothers Café delivers on the promise of 'cooking like Dad used to'
A familiar looking burger place on Valencia; Tucson Culinary Festival; Aaron DeFeo moves from Congress to Casino del Sol; and more!