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  • Oct 25-31, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 36

News & Opinion

  • Tucson Haunts
  • Tucson Haunts

    Some of our city's most-historic places are reportedly occupied by the ghosts and spirits of former occupants
  • The Skinny

    National pundits move the congressional race between Jonathan Paton and Ann Kirkpatrick into the “toss-up” category … Frank Antenori says he lost the Metro Tucson Chamber endorsement because he wouldn’t “place my lips on their you-know-what” … Gabby Giffords is guest DJ at this weekend’s Get Out the Vote BBQ … and more!
  • Media Watch

    Recapping last week's 'Daily Wildcat' comic kerfuffle; Brady McCombs says goodbye to the 'Star'
  • Mailbag

    A reader talks barbecue; a comment clarification; and a TucsonWeekly.com user has some pointed criticism for Nancy Young Wright
  • T Q&A
  • T Q&A

    Carlos Ibarra

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    Check out the Tucson Progressive Film Festival; Dimitri Matheny follows his dreams; go biking while scavenging; and a local theatre group tells migrant stories

Cinema

  • Now Showing at Home
  • Now Showing at Home

    'The Campaign' launches; Find your 'Friend for the End of the World'; A fantastic collection of classic 'Looney Tunes'

Music

  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    Weighing Your Halloween options; Calexico comes home; Tanline Priting's grand opening bash; and more!
  • Live
  • Live

    John Fogerty, AVA at Casino Del Sol, Thursday, Oct. 18

Arts & Culture

  • Wherefore Art Thou?
  • Wherefore Art Thou?

    The Tucson Symphony and Arizona Opera each take on the classic tale of 'Romeo and Juliet'

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    The Twisted Tandoor is getting ready to roll; the Tucson Coffee Crawl is coming soon; experience the joy of pork; and Mazage Café is on the move.







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