When politicians talk about redistricting, disingenuous things come out of their mouths
Could low-power FM community stations make radio enjoyable again?
Police raids of medical-marijuana clubs are a deterrent—to both providers and patients
'Tucson Weekly' named non-daily newspaper of the year in Arizona Newspapers Association contest
Misunderstanding Alabama; Danehy's right about PCC; Serraglio is 'Courageous'; and more!
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A new album supports the victims of Tucson's Jan. 8 shooting rampage—and celebrates the community's recovery
A previous Jan. 8-related compilation features lots of great music, but has struggled to gain traction
When it comes to addressing detainee abuse, the Border Patrol offers only lip service
Tuition increases at Pima Community College are taking some students by surprise
A Democratic poll has Jonathan Rothschild beating Rick Grinnell by two touchdowns and a field goal … More campaign-finance troubles for Grinnell … Herman Cain’s dumb idea to build an electric fence along the border … and so much more!
The perils of hastily announced press conferences; Glenn Parker leaves 'In the House'
Lessons in Internet Insults
I'll burn this spacesuit house down; "Throwing stuff about"
Punk art; BioBlitz; 'Bus Stop'; and more!
Making 'The Thing' a prequel to the '82 film was a brilliant idea—but the execution isn't so great
'Johnny English' is not very funny, but international audiences are eating it up
Horrible Bosses: Totally Inappropriate Edition (Blu-ray); The Tree of Life (Blu-ray); Winnie the Pooh (DVD + Blu-ray); Green Lantern (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Oct. 16, 2011
Long Beach bummer-rockers Crystal Antlers evoke grimy summer daze
Spencer Krug has left behind Wolf Parade and his other bands to focus on Moonface
Luz de Vida; Gringo Star; Grouplove; and more!
The Miles Davis Experience, Featuring the Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet, UA Centennial Hall, Oct. 16
The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Oct. 13, 2011
A Pilobolus show concludes a full weekend of dance concerts in the Old Pueblo
Arizona Repertory Theatre gives Noël Coward's 'Hay Fever' a capable effort
David Ray's Hemingway biography-in-verse sermonizes on a great writer's failings
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Oct. 14, 2011
China Boy's offerings pop with flavor—and the restaurant delivers, too!
New restaurants; Wine at Wildflower; RA to raise money to fight breast cancer; and more!