• Issue Archive for
  • Nov 8-14, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 38

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Tom is celebrating the end of the election season by trying a taste of Finland
  • Mixed Mandate

    As Barack Obama wins a second term, Dems and Republicans split various local, state and federal races amid problems at the polls
  • Guest Commentary

    Americans use an average of 300 single-use plastic bags every year. Is the cost to the environment worth it?
  • The Skinny

    A California election watchdog notes that an Arizona nonprofit was “laundering” big bucks in Cali elections … That same nonprofit was spending big bucks in Arizona to knock down the sales-tax prop … Dark money continues to flow in Pima County elections … and more!
  • Media Watch

    Upheaval from Journal Broadcasting; KIIM is the tops in Tucson; KWFM just keeps leaving presents on Schuster's doorstep.
  • Police Dispatch

    Stumbling into a safe place; a man lets it all hang out; a lovers' quarrel descends into mastication
  • Downing

    High heels, and the price women pay for towering above the competition
  • T Q&A

    Stephanie Koskinen

City Week

  • City Week

    An evening of improv with "Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed"; get fit to be tied at Exotica; a (possibly) more psychedelic take on Alice in Wonderland; and get your geek on at TusCon 39.

Cinema

  • Lofty Visions

    The Loft Cinema celebrates its 40th birthday with a dynamic film festival and a brand-new screen
  • Now Showing at Home

    Two of the year's best films come home, while Pixar's latest animated adventure finds its way to your Blu-ray player

Music

  • Keeping It Fresh

    Outside gigs, including an indie soundtrack, boost a long-awaited full-length from The Sea and Cake
  • Soundbites

    Daniel Johnston comes to Club Congress; Mr. Gnome returns to Plush; and so much more!
  • Live

    Acorn Bcorn, Orca Team, The Eeries, Bradford Trojan at The District Tavern, Sunday, Nov. 4

Arts & Culture

  • Everything Old Is New

    Tucson's modern architecture is celebrated during a three-day series of tours and events

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    Anthony's in the Catalinas offers lunch; Pie Zanno's sets up shop; a second Taco Giro is coming soon; Goodbye to the Buffet's Miss Peggy; and more!

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