Some final thoughts on the general-election campaigns
The presidential election is ruining numerous family phone calls
Conspiracy theories!; Why the AIDS memorial quilt wasn't at Tucson Meet Yourself
Anyone who claims that Pima Community College is rejecting students is being dishonest
Voters in three states next week willdecide on new medical-marijuana laws
With Nov. 6 a few short days away, we present a final look at our recommendations
The state takes the feds to task over toxic sewage
Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson files a complaint to untangle a complex campaign-finance web
How big business wants to shrink the electorate using voter-ID laws
KGUN's Claire Doan is heading to California; a roundup of local election night radio coverage
Mark Kelly says that Martha McSally is no Gabby Giffords … McCain and Kyl say that Richard Carmona is no Richard Carmona … Chuck Huckelberry sends a road project to the RTA to avoid politics … and more!
Stealing from C-Stores doesn't pay; a battle of the generations leaves Grandpa the winner
Get a taste of South Tucson; check out a play produced in a day; become a ranch-hand; plus, bicycles and beer!
Pick of the Week
"The End of Days?" at Contreras Gallery opening reception on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 6 p.m.
'Nobody Walks' doesn't break any new ground as a tale of Southern California infidelity
Disney's captivating animated tribute to video games pleases on many levels
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Oct. 28, 2012
'Sunday Bloody Sunday' comes to Blu-ray; 'Magic Mike' gyrates into your living room; and 'Blade Runner' gets a new collector's edition.
With album No. 1 under their belt, Divine Fits are already working on a second release
The All-Souls Procession brings a mass of live music; Ryanhood plays the Rialto on Nov. 3; Monterey Court breaks the seal on their courtyard stage on Nov. 2; and so much more!
The 17th St. Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Oct. 26, 2012
Crocodiles and The Early Black at Club Congress - Wednesday, Oct. 24
ATC's ambitious 'Lombardi' is done in by a weak script that fails to make us care about the legendary football coach
A classic by Agnes de Mille makes its apparent Arizona debut in Ballet Tucson's 'Season Opener'
'Awáa,' a multimedia dance work choreographed by Aszure Barton, will have its U.S. premiere at Centennial Hall
Tucson's Zeke Teflon depicts a penal, cult-ridden world that mirrors our own in some ways
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Oct. 26, 2012
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Janos Wilder discusses three decades of food—and hints at what the future may bring
A new Arizona law allows Barrio Bread's Don Guerra to bake for the public without high commercial overhead costs
Lodge on the Desert's Ryan Clark is Tucson's food-competition king—and he's only 27 years old.
The dishes at Maya Quetzal reflect Sandra Sanchez's devotion to her family, her native country
Through gardening, Tucson refugees can heal and adjust to their new home