Things fall apart: of toasters, corkscrews and underpants
Are anti-marijuana legislators just ignorant or actively lying?
The Mexican explains his insistence on italics, why Univision and Telemundo look so much better than their competitors, and regional differences in Mexico.
Arizona is doing guns right; President Obama is "afraid of knowledge"
The story of Cleo Robinson
TUSD desegregation case sees a bevy of filings past the federal judge's December deadlines
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Background checks are overwhelmingly popular, so why is it so hard to implement them?
Tucson's taste for locally-brewed beer continues to increase
Tucsonans are in the center of the nation's new fight against gun violence
Critics call Arizona Game and Fish antiquated and anti-predator
A woman goes urban camping on the UA campus ... UAPD breaks up a fight over fleecing a phone
McCain talks immigration reform ... the legislature stews over sewage ... Tucson City Council incumbents have filed to run again
Star suddenly has Senior Editors aplenty ... Lee Enterprises execs are flush with bonuses ... Herman Cain's show starts up on KVOI ... and Arizona Illustrated gets revamped.
Graffiti exhibitions ... the Tucson Sculpture Festival rolls into Whistle Stop Depot ... a discussion of immigration "policing" ... the tale of the legendary Wrecking Crew
Pick of the Week
Sit in on the Desert Rose Band's acoustic concert Saturday, Feb. 2 at the Fox Tucson Theatre.
Donald Westlake's character, Parker, could be worthy of a series of films, but hopefully starring someone else
Other critics are offended by the idea of 'Movie 43,' but Bob dislikes the gross-out film's execution
Peter Pan is kind of a jerk ... Rodriguez is out of hiding ... and Seven Psychopaths is a must-watch
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Jan. 27, 2013
The next page of Travis Spillers' discography was created in a more domestic fashion
Portland Cello Project brings Beck's newest music to life ... Dwight Yoakam comes to the Fox, but you'll need to scalp the tickets to see 'em ... Daniel Johnston makes up his postponed date Feb. 2 ... and more!
Ty Segall, Ex-Cult, Acorn Bcorn at Club Congress, Wednesday, Jan. 23
Zia Records' top sales for the week ending Jan. 27, 2013
The idea behind 'Freud's Last Session' is interesting, but the production lacks gravity
Winding Road's heated 'August: Osage County' burns up the stage
A retrospective of Peter Young's work at MOCAis a celebration of experimentation and process
Matt Méndez's debut is a rich collection of stories showing several sides of El Paso
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending Jan. 25, 2013
Plan to take your smoked meat to go at this Westside hidden gem
Ala Buzz Café opens in Oro Valley ... Ten 55 Brewing holds its grand opening this week ... Espresso Art opens Castalian Spring ... Lodge on the Desert offers a five-course cheese and wine tasting Feb. 21