The Tea Party lives on—and as a result, our economy is in jeopardy
After tragedy, Susan Moreno dedicated herself to mental-illness recovery and suicide prevention
Despite recent setbacks, legal medical marijuana will continue to be available
Despite a clear court decision, the Forest Service continues to improperly charge fees
One man isn't satisfied by the library's explanation; The Legislature should have fixed the Marist
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Four big lies in this year's county-supervisor races
A former TUSD psychologist claims she is a victim of retaliation after blowing the whistle on abuse, neglect
People want to talk about the proposed SunZia power line—but the BLM does not want to hear it
Your thumbnail guide to the most-competitive Southern Arizona primaries
The GOP primary between Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll and Sean Collins is the nastiest race of the season … What the congressional campaign-finance reports mean … a state Senate candidate calls for the lynching of President Obama … and more!
One journalist (and
Weekly contributor) vs. KOLD; Can radio survive Pandora?
Much ado about cookies; There will be (fake) blood
Pick of the Week
Found Footage Festival, Loft Cinema, August 25th
A Broadway lover's dream come true; Salsa and tequila for a great cause; Folk music by a chamber ensemble; MJ's birthday
'The Expendables 2' is a fun, gory, ridiculous ride
'Goats' is set in Tucson, and was partially shot here—but the hometown connection is the only aspect worth liking
The Royal Tenenbaums (Blu-ray); Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (Blu-ray); The Walking Dead: The Complete Second Season (DVD)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Aug. 19, 2012
Despite only being two-fifths Tucsonan, Run Boy Run is officially one of Southern Arizona's hottest young acts
The Great Cover-Up is on the horizon and more!
Night Beats, Discos, Church Key, Club Congress, Aug. 17
Zia Records' top sales for the week ending Aug. 19, 2012
Matt Cotten's Puppets Amongus company debuts with a Frida Kahlo show that's on its way to Kazakhstan
Patricia Katchur celebrates the area's environs in various media in her Tucson Botanical Gardens show
The MOCA Book Club looks at the intersection of art, politics and media
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Aug. 17, 2012
Cinco de Mayo shares its menu with a longstanding sister restaurant, but the food is often underseasoned
A giant new buffet; Another forthcoming brewery; A glimpse into a new downtown spot; and more.