Am I tired of suffering from voter's remorse? You bet. Do I think I just might suffer again if Clinton is elected? Probably. But throwing a vote in any other direction won't help.
Now we live in a world where everyone has to face the reality that's existed for different communities for decades.
Mari's birthday wishes: "Tucson, I wish you love, so much that by this time next year it would be great if we could be considered the Western city of brotherly, sisterly-deserty love"
Other cities have developed programs that provide housing with supports as needed, but no strings attached and maybe that's the direction we need to go next.
Vote in the second round of Best of Tucson!
Perhaps this will turn the tide. Perhaps something will grow from this.
We have no choice but to embrace summer before it "technically" starts, since getting in the car feels like we're cooking ourselves for the aliens.
JobPath grads improve their lives, and at the same time they improve our community. We can't think of a better relationship or tradition—other than payday dinner.
Our office is very close to the intersections that used to be populated with panhandlers. Those people have now been removed, but that hasn't solved any poverty problems.
Mari says she's never understood why anyone would care if a transgender person was in the same bathroom at their local watering hole or department store.
Yes, we will always say that when it comes down to journalism awards, it's best not to get too excited, but we enter every year any way and every year we happily celebrate.
Some artists touch your soul.
The question came up: Can you have mining and tourism at the same time?
In this week's Skinny, our scribe Jim Nintzel describes Arizona House Speaker David Gowan as dumber than a bag of hammers, or sack or backpack ... or whatever.
Every year around this time, we release the new ballot for the Best of Tucson reader survey, which will be published in October.