Steve Nash may accomplish the impossible: He may get Tom to again root for the Lakers
A tribute to Tucson's urban washes—and the people who take care of them
A recent raid on a caregiver collective should concern all proponents of MMJ
Tucson's neighborhoods need to take steps to invest in themselves
Laws won't make for equal pay; Shame on you, sex workers; Florida's fine by one reader; What about other types of trash?; Bring back the bike racks!
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For homeless LGBT teens, life on the streets is especially difficult and dangerous
A new political group spreads debunked claims while its supporters remain in the shadows
Light from the proposed Rosemont Mine could cause problems for Southern Arizona observatories
Pima County opens a new center dedicated to helping veterans find work
The city swallows up a controversial corner at River and Craycroft … Would-be county supes speak out on the land grab … Who’s got the bucks (and who doesn’t) in Southern Arizona’s congressional races … and more!
Former Tucson TV personality Alex Miranda moves up to the big time
How Independent Is the Independent?
Conflict at the convenience store; Arguing, then going to sleep
Pick of the Week
The Summer "Breakout" Showcase, Laffs, Thursdays
Christmas in July; Laughing with/at lawyers; Cooking to fight cancer; Making art with toys
'The Invisible War,' about the U.S. military's culture of condoning sexual assaults, is powerful and heartbreaking
The new 'Ice Age' picture should be avoided at all costs
The Flowers of War (Blu-ray); Margaret (Blu-ray); American Reunion (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending July 15, 2012
Meet 9-year-old blues prodigy and new Tucsonan Roman Barten-Sherman
Copper and Congress release their album; It's time to dance!; and more!
Willie Nelson and Family, Fox Tucson Theatre, July 11
The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending July 11, 2012
Drag-queen Du Jour and an infamous bank robber get the fun going at two interactive shows
Terry Etherton shows off some of the photos he saved from the estate of a former customer
Deanne Stillman's look at a crime in the Mojave depicts aching heartbreak, haunting beauty
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending July 13, 2012
Sawmill Run, in Summerhaven, offers delicious smoked meats and gorgeous views
Zachary's days are coming to a close; A new restaurant and one reimagined one; Tapas Fusion coming soon