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  • Feb 7-13, 2013
  • Vol. 29, No. 51

News & Opinion

  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    If you have a favorite amendment to the Constitution, consider memorizing it
  • Guest Commentary

    Should parents accept the consequences of the convenience of disposable diapers?
  • Ask a Mexican!

    The Mexican explains the perceived Mexican beef with Cubans; and fields a response from a gabacho that is Mexican-friendly.
  • The Skinny

    Gabby Giffords' testimony in front of the Senate kicked off a tumultuous week in the world of gun news ... a audit of the Pima County bond program proved positive for the program's supporters ... and the Green Party will have to work to regain ballot status in Tucson.
  • Media Watch

    KFMA's Fook is on the mend aurally ... and KCUB will be broadcasting Padres games this season.
  • Police Dispatch

    A belligerent man relieves himself in his trousers, blaming his arresting officer for it ... and a UA student was apparently unable to hold both his chips and his liquor.
  • Messina

    Bean Tree Farm is an example of how sustainable homesteading works
  • T Q&A
  • T Q&A

    Elena Díaz Bjorkquist
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  • Mailbag

    A sampling of reactions to our decision to drop film times in print, not including the woman who left a voicemail hoping Dan Gibson gets fired.

City Week


  • True TV

    College, cylons and the dead


  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    Rhythm and Roots Concert Series keeps Holden strong; the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show rocks Tucson; and more!
  • Live
  • Live

    Daniel Johnston, Reubens Accomplice at Club Congress, Saturday, Feb. 2
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Arts & Culture


  • Noshing Around

    It's more "see you later" than "goodbye" for Woody's on Oracle ... Double Check Ranch provides a dinner that's as organic and as local as it gets ... Aloft Tucson University Hotel's restaurants appear to have been named using alphabet soup ... and Dragoon is named the best new brewery in Arizona.

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