February 20 - February 26, 1997


Wind Storm

R. Carlos Nakai joins the Tucson Symphony Orchestra's performance this weekend.
By Margaret Regan

Flying Solo

Borderlands proves once again that big things come in small productions.
By Mari Wadsworth

Natural Selection

What To Read On The Way To The Boneyard.
By Gregory McNamee

Howling Wolff

A New Collection Of Short Stories Brilliantly Hints At The Big Picture.
By Piers Marchant

Book Review

Thoreauly Mysterious
By Heather Mcmichael

Media Mix

Hello, McFly!, Virtual Violence and Ink Spots


A rising star in Tucson's culinary heavens.
By Rebecca Cook

Chow Scan

Chow Scan is Tucson Weekly's selective guide to Tucson restaurants. Reviews are indexed by both category and alphabet and there are over 100 restaurants reviewed, so go grab yourself a fork and dig in.

Out There

The legend of Eulalia "Sister" Bourne lives on in the Galiuro Mountains.
By Kevin Franklin


Lent is the perfect time to give up that extra-comfy padding.
By Tom Danehy

Review Forum

Tell us what's hot and what's shot on the local arts scene. We're looking for your views on visual, theatrical, dance and God only knows what else creations by the more refined souls among us.

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