Tom reflects on Tucson's strange snow day
Cold comfort: The sequester will be even worse for the GOP than for the economy
Our columnist checks in on developments from New Hampshire to Bullhead City
Brian J. Pedersen is bringing the Tucson Weekly perspective to sports
One of Mark Hummels' friends reflects on another death via gun violence
The Mexican tackles legal immigrant thoughts on illegal immigration; and the Mexican ritual of unrequited love.
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The Weekly's Annual Guide to the Arizona Legislature
A historic church is the linchpin for a contested project
PCC might do what the Arizona Board of Regents hasn't - provide in-state tuition for deferred-action students
The Tucson City Council closes the "gun-show loophole," but the shows will likely go on elsewhere
The highlights of Mayor Rothschild's State of the City address; Ben Buehler-Garcia wants to square off with Karin Uhlich again; Felicia Rotellini preps for another run at the Attorney Governor's office; and more!
KFMA brings in a new host and drops the "new rock" tagline; iPods ≠ disk jockeys; and briefs from around the dials.
No Reaction Like Overreaction
Yet another reason to stay away from meth; a powered-down security camera won't catch tree-pluckers, folks.
Pick of the Week
Möda Provocateur, Sunday, March 3
This week, go riding the rails of history; experience a poetic youth movement; tackle water security; open doors to black history.
Strange stacks of dishes! Birds slamming into windows! Strange things happen in 'Dark Skies'
A new documentary tries to make sense of what happened to the West Memphis 3
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Feb. 24, 2013
Kishi Bashi returns to Tucson riding a wave of critical acclaim
In which we decided to go hungry for the love of live music; Tucson experiences a wealth of worldly music; and so much more it's spectacular.
Psychic Ills, Liila, the Andrew Collberg Band at Solar Culture Gallery, Saturday, Feb. 23
Toxic Ranch's top sales for the week ending Feb. 22, 2013
Hotel Congress hosts a celebration of theater in unexpected and quirky forms
You don't have to be Irish to enjoy the array of arts events surrounding St. Patrick's Day
A heroic story is told by the Navajo who lived it during World War II
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending Feb. 22, 2013
Slow service is a problem at Tony's Italian Deli, plus some of the food isn't worth the wait
Acacia hosts a tequila dinner; Sentinel Peak Brewing has set up shop; Relish Kitchen & Wine Bar is now open; and more!