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  • Oct 11-17, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 34

News & Opinion

  • No Help
  • No Help

    Another family speaks out about the failures of TUSD's special-education services
  • Guest Commentary

    Let's hear it for the fabulous but unheralded women of the Old West
  • The Skinny

    Ron Barber and Martha McSally spar over Social Security … A GOP poll puts Republican Jonathan Paton ahead in CD 1 … Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick releases a bullshit ad against Paton on Rio Nuevo … and more!
  • Media Watch

    AZPM Loses Michaels; Patyk moves to San Diego; Horton opens Gannet's records; and more!
  • Police Dispatch

    A literal pool stabbing; a jilted lover takes things out on his ex's car.
  • At Tucson's Heart
  • At Tucson's Heart

    Meet six members of the LGBT community who make Southern Arizona a better place to live for all
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  • Downing

    After her (delayed) solar adventure, Renée is reaping the ample rewards
  • T Q&A
  • T Q&A

    Kevin Maxey
  • Mailbag

    Citizens United resulting in "future payback at the expense of our democracy"; how to eat well for cheap

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    Get informed before the election; TSO celebrates the King of Pop; ghouls walk the streets; and the Film and Music Festival comes back for its eighth edition.

Cinema

  • Now Showing at Home
  • Now Showing at Home

    E.T. comes home; 'Rock'-in' with Mr. Cruise; Moonrise Kingdom marks Anderson's return to live-action.

Music

  • Top Ten in Music
  • Top Ten in Music

    The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Oct. 5, 2012

Arts & Culture

  • Fresh Off the Page
  • Fresh Off the Page

    Local playwright Gavin Kayner melds traditional theater with the absurd in 'Hokey Pokey'

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    The Fat Greek becomes Pelio; Loews Ventana Canyon chef spreads the prickly pear love; Liv Café now open later; and Lulu's and Pollo #1 open up!







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