When Readers Procrastinate
Yet another 'Weekly' editor will be departing soon—but Tom will miss this one
A smoking ban puts the county on the cutting edge—of stupidity
For three years, we've been picking up what you throw away
Another Black Friday has come and gone without access to legally buyable cannabis
The Mexican digs deep into his mailbag ... and we get a small vocab lesson.
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Friendships form over symptoms and words at a writing workshop for Tucsonans who refuse to be labeled
Civil-rights defenders sue for the right to record Homeland Security actions
As a fired electrician fights to get his job back, Metro Water increases its rates
The Santa figure the public came to know and love was born, in part, here in Tucson
Weekly names its new editor ... Kayna Whitworth heads east ... and Greg Gurule joins KGUN.
John McCain remains cranky this week … Democrats are hoping for a more moderate Legislature, but you know how that goes … fixing the problems with counting the votes … and so much more!
'Visions from God' drive a man's rampage ... a woman threatens a deputy after skipping on out her cab fare.
Dispatches From Black Friday
Pick of the Week
Join La Lucha Sigue as they promote humane practices in border issues Friday, Nov. 30 and Saturday, Dec. 1.
The art of Stephen Strom and Stu Jenks ... the Native Eyes Film Showcase ... a steampunk tea party ... and the 25th Anniversary of World AIDS Day.
The beautiful, magical 'Life of Pi' is an amazing filmmaking achievement
In 'Anna Karenina,' the director gets in the way of what could have been a fine film
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Nov. 25, 2012
The Dark Knight comes home ... we celebrate 20 years of Tarantino ... and Bob loves what may have been Led Zeppelin's last stand.
The Supersuckers are finally starting to grow up
Sufjan Stevens's Christmas Sing-Along comes to town ... In Repair's CD release show hits Plush Dec. 6 ... and so much more!
Zia Records' top sales for the week ending Nov. 25, 2012
Lauryn Hill, Big Meridox at Rialto Theatre, Monday, Nov. 26
Thanksgiving has come and gone, so that means it's 'Nutcracker' season!
The Gaslight Theatre's take on the story of Scrooge is a complete delight
This terrific new book tells the history of a famously deadly oasis in southwestern Arizona
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Nov. 25, 2012
If you want a lot of food for cheap—and you don't mind salt—then head to Hibachi Super Buffet
Stella Java rolls down the road to Mercado San Agustin ... wine lovers should check out CataVinos for their weekly tastings ... the Tamal and Heritage Festival is Dec. 1 ... Five Palms nudges closer to its opening ... and Adam says farewell.