It's another open letter from Tom, this time to the pistol-packin' contingent
No edibles and a weird code of secrecy, but the Rainbow Collective is a decent addition to the dispensary club
Ka'Deem Carey, our sports writer is concerned and wants to get you on the right path
Tucson's mayor reflects on youth unemployment and what can be done to get more young people working
The Mexican educates a reader on ranchera music; and another on the use of outdated insults.
Immigration bill pumps billions more into 'securing' the border
The trans community gets busy fighting a bathroom law with a business outreach project
State lawmakers seek tighter rein on early ballots
This week, we round up the candidates for the 2014 race for the governor's office ... HB 2822 aims to change Arizona's recall rules ... and does Ron Barber's fundraising signal a possible run for re-election?
Occupied Tucson Citizen is out and looking to make waves against big Tucson names, such as Jim Click and Don Diamond.
The lessons learned this week: Smoking cigarettes will make you the kind of person who hangs out in laundromats; and taking dance classes at UA gets you repeatedly punched by frat-bro stereotypes.
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Pick of the Week
Tucson International Mariachi Conference, April 25-27, Casino Del Sol Resort
Pan Left bounces back after a hard year; Access Tucson celebrates free speech; the community comes together for the Loft Cinema; and a very gay-friendly wedding expo comes together.
An all-star cast with a stack of Oscars can't save 'The Company You Keep' from its director
If the future is anything like 'Oblivion,' let's just give up now
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending April 21, 2013
Michael Gerner on his American dreams
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A 47-year-old band from Brazil is coming to Club Congress to promote a new album. Why should you care?
My God, it's full of festivals -- the week's schedule, that is.
Rodriguez, Giant Giant Sand at AVA, Friday, April 19
Toxic Ranch Records' top sales for the week ending April 17, 2013
Winding Road features the world premiere of a play that could possibly use some work
A new exhibit uses art to bring attention to the abuses of the private prison system
ZUZI! celebrates nature in 'Primavera' dance concert
Mostly Books best-sellers for the week ending April 19, 2013
Surprise! There's more to Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill than red Solo cups
We say hello to Sam-wiches And Such; prepare for the Pie Potluck at Whistle Stop Depot; throw together
Star Wars cosplay outfits for May 4 at Hotel Congress; and have thoughts on Pizzeria Bianco!