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  • Feb 21-27, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 1

News & Opinion

  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    If you're updating your "Danehy on Sports" scorecard: rodeo good, soccer bad
  • Super-Change Agent
  • Super-Change Agent

    Susan Stryker is changing the conversation on transgender issues and more at UA Institute of LGBT Studies
  • Guest Commentary

    What will Arizona get for its $30 million if Al Melvin has his way?
  • Ask a Mexican!

    The Mexican tackles the challenges of the DREAM Act; food-based nicknames; and burrito engineering.
  • The Skinny

    The fundraising race begins; and hopefuls for the governorship are popping up across both sides of the aisle.
  • Media Watch

    What's the difference between Clear Channel and Cumulus? Not all that much, really.
  • Police Dispatch

    A man with a dirty mouth spends a night in jail; a paltry attempt at a bribe won't help you avoid a citation.
  • Gargulinski

    Pink doesn't stink when it comes to Race for The Cure
  • T Q&A
  • T Q&A

    Sheila Kressler-Crowley

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    Explore Tucson's native heritage; Enjoy the Oscars at the Fox; check the songs and culture of the '50s at Tucson Music Hall; and more!
  • 50 Years Later
  • 50 Years Later

    Celebrate Black History Month by visiting Special Collections at the University of Arizona Main Library through August 30.

Cinema

  • True TV

    Smell the Love

Music

  • The Dead Live On
  • The Dead Live On

    Nearly two decades after Jerry Garcia's death, the legacy of the Grateful Dead continues through Bob Weir
  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    ChamberLab gets wonderfully weird; Robbie Fulks pops into Solar Culture; Cotton Jones wanders into Club Congress; and so much more!
  • LIve
  • LIve

    John Pizzarelli Quartet at Fox Tucson Theatre, Saturday, Feb. 16

Arts & Culture

  • Weddings and Writers

    Live Theatre Workshop goes lighthearted, while Beowulf Alley tugs at your heartstrings
  • Love and Comedy
  • Love and Comedy

    Strong performances sweeten simple 'First Kisses,' while high schoolers deliver physical comedy in 'Improviso!'
  • Tracing History
  • Tracing History

    Chris Pappan and Ryan Singer look at Native American history in remarkably different ways
  • The Good Guy
  • The Good Guy

    A new book looks at the life of a local sheriff during the gun-fighting late 19th century

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    Serial Grillers grabs another truck; 17th Street Market closes; PieZano's opens on Fort Lowell; Maynards makes three hours even happier.







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