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  • Jul 11-17, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 21

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Ignore the bloviating by right-wing lawmakers, people; Arizona's traditional public schools still outperform charter schools
  • Getting it Right

    Mr. Smith finds that a stop at Arizona's oldest cannabis dispensary—in Glendale—is well worth the time
  • The Skinny

    The red light and speed camera referendum has legs ... the city council campaign funding numbers are in! ... and more!
  • Media Watch

    Jim Parisi goes a new direction ... Sherlock and Kerrigan hit the dusty trail ... and Lee shows some promise!
  • Police Dispatch

    An affluent young douchebag antagonizes a neighbor ... and a man wants alone-time and some pot -- and only gets one.

City Week

  • City Week

    This week, we chill with some hot tunes ... take in some cowboy art ... get mini with it ... and join in as Ignite helps us explore our geeky sides.
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Cinema

  • True TV

    Prison Blues

Music

  • Soundbites

    Tucson remembers better(?) days ... inFest Tucson strikes back! ... and more!
  • Live

    La Cerca at Che's Lounge, Saturday, July 6
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  • Top Ten in Music

    Zia Records' (Speedway) top sales for the week ending July 7, 2013

Arts & Culture

  • Finding Beauty in Asphalt

    The subjects of Claire Harlan's eerie nighttime photos range from highway exit ramps to parking lots and parking garages
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  • Spidey Shines

    The Gaslight's proudly low-tech take on the Spider-Man saga is a delight
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  • Top Ten in Books

    Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending July 5, 2013

Chow

  • Noshing Around

    RA Sushi raises money for the Granite Mountain Hotshots ... we look forward to July's beer dinners ... Enoteca says goodbye ... and Rincon Market's closed for repairs.

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