Volume 12, Number 33 . October 26 - November 1, 1995
This issue of the Tucson Weekly contains 409 links.

Cover Story

Currents Section

The Mayor's Race
Tucson Mayor George Miller hasn't lost an election since 1977. Will Sharon Collins or Ed Kahn hand him his first defeat? (Not bloody likely.)

By Jim Nintzel

Missives from our adoring/outraged readers.

Native Americans complaining about the use of terms like "Braves," "Indians" and "Warriors" for sports teams seem a tad out of line.
By Jeff Smith

The Skinny
Gov. J. Fife Deadbeat III's Halloween promises to be a scary one--for him...More Sad Sack reportage at the Tucson Citizen...And much more!

Death Of Innocence
The local murder trial of 13-year-old Elizabeth Clark carries some echoes of the O.J. ordeal for the victim's family.
By Vicki Hart

A slightly modified electronic memo from the bigshots at The Arizona Daily Star--for all you StarNet users who also read that rag

Twice-Toilet Tales
It's the 1987 groundwater recharge initiative all over again in Tucson. maybe this time voters will do the right thing.
By David Devine

Hard Choices For Honeybee
Can the metro area's last pristine riparian retreat be saved from developers? It's gonna be a close one.
By Emil Franzi

City Week Section

City Week
Big doings in Tucson for the week of October 26 - November 1.

Eighth Day
When it comes to guarding against breast cancer, women would be wise to follow the aggressive example set by Tucsonan Teresa Ely.
By Hannah Glasston

Cheap Thrills
Fun things to do that won't cost a fortune.

City Week Listings
Tucson's most extensive list of what's going on.

Music Section

Sweet Releases
Former Tucsonan Lee Joseph goes from garage guy to recording industry bigshot.
By Timothy Gassen

There's so much happening musically this Halloween, it's positively
By Michael Metzger

Quick Scans
The Flaming Lips, Alanis Morissette, The Meat Puppets.

Club Listings
What's happening at the local hot spots for the week of October 26 - November 1.

Review Section

Natural Wonder
Rebecca Davis and Roger Asay use raw materials to reveal nature's fragile beauty.
By Margaret Regan

All-American Murder
Arizona Repertory Theatre's production of Execution of Justice does an excellent job of raising issues surrounding the trial of San Francisco City Supervisor Dan White, the so-called "Twinkie Killer."
By Jana Rivera

There's a choreographic cornucopia this weekend in the Dancin' Pueblo.
By Margaret Regan

Miami Tropical effortlessly conjures up the tastes of Cuba. Well recommended.
By M.F. Munday

Out There
How to avoid violent death--or worse--while traveling in Mexico.
By Kevin Franklin

Answers. Big ones. Damn good ones, too.
By Tom Danehy

Cinema Section

Get Shorty
The new film Get Shorty finally does justice to the works of crime-writing king Elmore Leonard. And that John Travolta guy sure can act.
By Tom Danehy

Film Clips
Check out our capsule reviews packed with links to the hottest movie home pages on the Web.

Film Times
What's showing right now on local screens for the week of October 26 - November 1

Back Page Section

Real Astrology
Astrology for the week of October 26 - November 1

Random Shots . K. Rat . Red Meat . Staggering Heights . Eye Of The Beholder . The City

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