While we're not yet where we want to be, America has come a long way since May 1, 1950
Bad things happen when people don't buy local
It's not easy to live—and it's almost impossible to eat healthy—on $4 of food per day
'Weekly' wins general excellence honors, 35 other awards in the Arizona Newspaper Association's annual Better Newspaper Contest
Rose Hamway praises Mark Stegeman; and our apologies to Café Passe
In November, voters in three states will decide on the legalization of marijuana for everyone
Why Chicanos claim to be Aztecs; and why do Mexicans have region-hate?
Will the Legislature ever give the state's movie industry a break?
Confirmed valley fever cases are on the rise--and a drug that could help has been delayed
The Northwest Fire District donates an unused lot to Habitat for Humanity
Richard Carmona goes after Jeff Flake regarding votes against programs for military vets … A new poll shows Congressman Ron Barber with a big lead, but is it skewed? … Nancy Young Wright picks up another GOP endorsement in the race for the Pima County Board of Supes … and so much more!
A man goes to his backyard for target practice; the perils of drunken horseback riding.
KGUN and Steve Nuñez part ways; KWFM is going 'Bad'; and KSZR has someone local on air!
Pick of the Week
Hear from authors whose work has been pulled by TUSD at the University of Arizona on Friday.
Celebrate faiths of all kinds; join the quest for the Grail; watch lady footballers in drag; and feel the magic of butterflies.
'Looper' is one of the best time-travel movies ever made
Tim Burton shows he is in need of reanimation himself with 'Frankenweenie'
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Sept. 30, 2012
The Dark Knight comes out of retirement; a strange way of raising funds; and the one of the summer's best films is out on Blu-ray.
A group of enigmatic, somewhat horny ancient ones is descending on the Rialto
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Fresh off a show with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, DeVotchKa returns to Tucson as the Club Crawl® headliner
The Hood Internet, celebrating their first fully original album, headline the Club Congress stage
Club Crawl® features numerous renowned bands, musicians and DJs
Toxic Ranch Records' top sales for the week ending Sept. 30, 2012
Beach House, Dustin Wong: Rialto Theatre, Monday, Sept. 24
The debut show in LTW's drastically revamped Etcetera series is grand in its simplicity
Companion shows at Etherton and Temple Gallery depict the life of the 20th-century biker
Central Tucson galleries celebrate the arrival of fall by opening their doors on Saturday night
A UA law professor looks at almost 3,000 years of Western ethnocentrism
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Sept. 28, 2012
Papa Locos—adjacent to a Rita Ranch gas station—is a delightful Mexican-food find
Epazote is open; the Great Tucson Beer Festival is near; a whole lotta good stuff is coming to Downtown; and we've got buffets aplenty in the Old Pueblo.