Tom takes a perilous climb up Tumamoc in order to get in better shape
A masked man patrols Tucson's parks to help those in need
With 17 dispensaries cleared to open and 37,422 patients, Mr. Smith looks at the state of MMJ in AZ
The executive director of SAAF replies to our sports columnist's take on the Desert Diamond Casinos
This week: Spanish pride! ... and a reader submits his own advice!
Readers respond to our story on the Mexican Gray Wolf, and a correction.
Advocates see hope and pitfalls in immigration bill
ASDB staff and students protest, demand resignation of superintendent, board president amid environment of fear and retaliation
A Q&A with Democrat Fred DuVal, who has launched his 2014 gubernatorial campaign
The city manager position south of Tucson is in transition as Jim Stahle leaves town
Sen. Jeff Flake’s approval numbers take a dive after he votes against expanding background checks to gun shows … Gov. Jan Brewer continues her push for Medicaid expansion … Lawmakers are now working three days a week … and so much more!
Winter radio ratings ... and the
Star shelves Oddities.
A dad who might deserve detention ... a drunken student claims to be from a little town on the Arizona panhandle.
This week, we urge you to pick up free comic books ... drink a fair amount of agave-based beverages ... take in the music of Cinco de Mayo ... and enjoy live readings of prose and poetry.
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The Loft's First Friday Shorts competition is a raucous celebration of short film
You have to like a movie where Tony Shalhoub eats a taco blindfolded, right?
Seemingly leaving the world of the rom-com behind, Matthew McConaughey turns in a great performance in 'Mud'
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending April 28, 2013
Yo La Tengo isn't afraid to let the momentum build gradually
David Bromberg will show off a lifetime of influences headlining the Folk Festival
We look ahead to KFMA Day ... We indulge Dan Gibson's love of R&B ... and more!
Justin Townes Earle and Caitlin Rose at Club Congress, Monday, April 29
Zia Records' (Speedway) top sales for the week ending April 29, 2013
Invisible Theatre closes its season with a wacky touch
Rogue emphasizes evil and magic in Shakespeare's 'Richard III'
Paintings and sculpture form a dialogue at the Temple Gallery; Katherine Josten reflects on space at Davis Dominguez
Tucson author's imaginative flame sears in debut story collection
Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending April 26, 2013
You'll likely have to wait for breakfast, but dinner at Blue Willow is also worth your time
A load of new liquor licenses ... Chad's closes while Diablo Burger looms near ... Falora goes local ... and more!