Tom takes a moment to remember Ira Andrews, a car salesman with an incredible back story
The corner of happy and healthy is paved with cheese balls
A signature drive aims to bring legalization to the ballot, but will it work?
Did a successful high school volleyball coach lose her job due to parental interference?
Tucson City Council gets an 'F' in common sense and courage
Economic projects should be able to stand on their own
The Mexican fields queries about cartel violence and pick-up basketball etiquette.
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Is H.T. Sanchez the right man for superintendent of TUSD, the least appreciated job in Tucson?
Gov. Brewer gets her Medicaid expansion and an end to the legislative session
Long waits at the Arizona-Mexico border hurts business and builds frustration
Trent Franks continues his anti-abortion campaign, and says something stupid in the process ... Martha McSally gets caught in the anti-abortion crossfire ... Ken Wahl considers jumping into the political arena ... and so much more!
Bobby Rich takes his place in the Arizona Broadcasters Hall of Fame ... Looking into the (negligible) Tucson effects of Gannett's acquisition of Belo.
Marge White Pellegrino
A wedding reception goes wild ... a drunkard gets hopping mad
Pick of the Week
Día de San Juan procession and fiesta, June 24, 5 p.m. at Mercado San Agustin
Sure, everyone's talking about Edward Snowden now, but remember Wikileaks?
Joss Whedon takes a break from superheroes to present a modern take on the Bard
Top Ten in Movies
Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending June 16, 2013
The one-man electronic act Baths would like you to assign your own interpretations to his music
Another local artist on your "you aren't a real Tucsonan if you haven't..." checklist ... Cyndi Lauper graces Tucson with her vaguely glittery presence ... the Radar Brothers hit Club Congress ... and more!
Floating Action and Golden Boots at Club Congress, Monday, June 17
91.3FM KXCI Community Radio's most-played new releases for the week ending June 17, 2013
Strange timing, perhaps, but Jenny Day's paintings of Alaskan snow are worth seeing in any season
'The Altruists' is a dark comedy inventively directed and absolutely worth seeing
If you enjoyed 'Bless Me, Ultima,' Rudolfo Anaya's new novella will appeal to you
Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending June 14, 2013
Penca's menu may be small but the dishes pop with flavor
Yellow Brick Coffee is offering coffee that retains the character of where it was grown
More summer hour changes ... Wilko offers tropical drink specials ... summer food donations ... and more!