Tom is a bit frustrated with the Arizona Legislature (and people who are bad at math)
How is it that we manage to do everything wrong on the immigration front?
Tumbleweeds Health Center is a friendly eastside spot for meds, but the hours suck
Stephanie Nicholson has had an interesting journey from prep softball star to championship coach
Andy Biggs might be supplying something to the Arizona Legislature, but it's not leadership
The Mexican addresses intra-Mexican hatred ... and talking about love and immigration!
Reader problems with Sun Tran bus drivers ... and a consideration regarding marijuana prohibition
ASDB decides to hire an outside investigator to look into complaints, but back in 2008 hiring an investigator just brought up other conflicts
Competing visions of community needs
Funding for Planned Parenthood is the latest wrinkle in the fight over Medicaid expansion at the Capitol … You won’t be minting your own coins in Arizona … Al Melvin’s gubernatorial ambitions have set off a game of GOP musical chairs … and more!
Saying goodbye to Nixon Low ... and Chuck George admits he suffers from depression.
Does Tucson have...witches? (No, probably not.)
Pick of the Week
The Transgender and Genderqueer Poets Symposium, May 9-12, Casa Libre en la Solana
This week, do something nice for Mother's Day ... spend Saturday evening downtown ... watch a collaboration between dance and music ... and wander through Tucson's gardens!
'Iron Man 3' isn't as good as 'Avengers,' but is still a ton of dark-humored fun
Director François Ozon delivers a tense look at the teacher-student relationship in 'In the House'
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending May 5, 2013
Damien Jurado's coming back to Tucson following an evolution in his sound and previewing his new album
Get another chance to see Os Mutantes ... We say goodbye to Monster Pussy ... take a look at rising stars in Tucson's music scene ... and more!
Father John Misty, Fur Family at Rialto Thatre - Friday, May 3
KXCI 91.3 FM Community Radio's most-played new releases for the week ending May 6, 2013
Arizona Onstage's charming 'All in the Timing' zips through six surreal miniplays
Three artists capture glimpses of the beauty of the desert (both real and imagined) at Etherton
An investigative reporter looks back at the terror inflicted by the Minutemen
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending May 3, 2013
Cookie-cutter concept proves why chains are so boring and why they remain so popular
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Downtown is bouncing back (one bite at a time)
Apple Annie's Orchard Country Store opens not far from the Wilcox Wine Festival ... Tucsonans move against Monsanto ... the summer restaurant down-swing begins anew ... and more!