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  • Oct 4-10, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 33

News & Opinion

  • Pot at the Polls

    In November, voters in three states will decide on the legalization of marijuana for everyone
  • Ask a Mexican!

    Why Chicanos claim to be Aztecs; and why do Mexicans have region-hate?
  • The Skinny

    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!
  • Media Watch

    KGUN and Steve Nuñez part ways; KWFM is going 'Bad'; and KSZR has someone local on air!
  • Police Dispatch

    A man goes to his backyard for target practice; the perils of drunken horseback riding.
  • Mailbag

    Rose Hamway praises Mark Stegeman; and our apologies to Café Passe

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    Celebrate faiths of all kinds; join the quest for the Grail; watch lady footballers in drag; and feel the magic of butterflies.

Cinema

  • Now Showing at Home
  • Now Showing at Home

    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.

Music

  • Pushing the Sound
  • Pushing the Sound

    Fresh off a show with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, DeVotchKa returns to Tucson as the Club Crawl® headliner
  • A True 'Feat'
  • A True 'Feat'

    The Hood Internet, celebrating their first fully original album, headline the Club Congress stage
  • Live
  • Live

    Beach House, Dustin Wong: Rialto Theatre, Monday, Sept. 24
  • Top Ten in Music

    Toxic Ranch Records' top sales for the week ending Sept. 30, 2012

Arts & Culture

  • Genuinely Engaged
  • Genuinely Engaged

    The debut show in LTW's drastically revamped Etcetera series is grand in its simplicity
  • Whole Hog
  • Whole Hog

    Companion shows at Etherton and Temple Gallery depict the life of the 20th-century biker

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    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.







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