After a four-year battle with the city, Guadalajara Grill will finally get its patio
Let's look at where the presidential candidates stand on medical marijuana
In the battle of man vs. animal, perhaps we should all just stay home
The conservative view: Why independents, Dems should not be afraid of '2016: Obama's America'
Musings on the Tea Party and mental illness, plus a clarification.
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The death of an ousted Diamond Mountain resident raises questions about cults—and the future of American Buddhism
GOP ambitions beneath the Mitt Romney façade: A report from the Republican National Convention
The city of Tucson may put the squeeze on a doc's greyhound antics
Now that the primary is over, let the general-election games begin!
A friend of a slain woman takes to Facebook in an attempt to get charges re-filed
After being found not guilty of domestic-violence charges, Daniel Patterson takes aim at the House Ethics Committee … congressional candidates Gabby Mercer gets tripped up right out of the starting gate … Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll wins big … Russell Pearce gets the boot (again) … and so much more!
Jon Justice expands his media empire; People on the move in TV news; Adrienne Mackey departs Lotus
The FBI wants $98; Lifting barbells to win and influence people
Film with a purpose; Shakespeare goes Stan Lee; International Day of Literacy; Water gardening
'Lawless' fails by focusing on an actor who can't rise to the level of those around him
'Farewell, My Queen' depicts the gritty end of Marie Antoinette
Quadrophenia (Blu-ray); Parks and Recreation: Season Four; The Pirates! Band of Misfits (Blu-ray)
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Sept. 2, 2012
The Wiyos bring their traditional yet cutting-edge sound to Tucson for the first time
LAVA hits the ground running; It's time for the Santa Muerte Music and Arts Festival; and more!
Hoco Fest Night One, Hotel Congress, Aug. 31
Zia Records' top sales for the week ending Sept. 2, 2012
The Gaslight Theatre again turns in hilarious family-friendly fun, this time with 'The Phantom'
A compelling photo show at Pima Community College depicts migrants' treks
Janet McAdams' debut novel offers poetic flourishes, but it still reads like a debut novel
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Aug. 31, 2012
Elliott's features simple entrées—often with delicious twists—at fair prices
A giant place for booze; A bloody good food truck; and more!