Volume 12, Number 35 . November 9 - November 15, 1995
This issue of the Tucson Weekly contains 411 links.

Cover Story

Currents Section

Breezy Stories
In arid lands around the world, including our own Sonoran Desert, the wind brings life and death.
By Gregory McNamee

Missives from our adoring/outraged readers.

A dog dies; and election is held. There's no apparent connection, but that doesn't stop our resident redneck from putting 'em both in his column.
By Jeff Smith

The Skinny
Malignant Growth University...Deadbeat Ed...One more sleazy Tucson Water story...and much more!

Classroom Crisis
Wildfire-like growth and a big hit to its tax base puts the tiny Vail School District in peril.
By Jim Wright

Muddying The Waters
Who was running Tucson's anti-Prop 200 campaign, anyway?
By Jim Wright

Tuning Out
ABC squelches populist radio talkshow host Jim Hightower.
By Eric Alterman

Talk Is Cheap
Virtue czar Bill Bennett's latest moral crusade is loaded with hypocrisy.
By Jeff Cohen and Norman Solomon

City Week Section

City Week
Big doings in Tucson for the week of November 9 - November 15.

Eighth Day
The Arizona Department of Health Services will be spending big bucks for sports stars to mouth anti-smoking platitudes--wasted money as far as girls and young women are concerned.
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

Grateful Parrotheads
Is Jimmy Buffett heir to Jerry Garcia's throne?
By Brad Wienners

Al Perry embodies a true country punk aesthetic, where passion and heartache meet irony and humor.
By Jennifer Murphy

Quick Scans
Hans Reichel, Various Muscle Shoals Artists, Coleman Hawkins, Frank Sinatra.

Club Listings
What's happening at the local hot spots for the week of November 9 - November 15.

Review Section

Alumni Array
What happens to University of Arizona Art Department grads who stick around Tucson? A couple of current shows provide the answer.
By Margaret Regan

Barrio Tedium
Caras y Mascaras: A Drunkard's Tale, a story about life in a Tucson barrio, fails to come alive in this Borderlands Theatre production.
By Jana Rivera

Julie Sasse, a small, tidy bundle of energy, is the new curator working the galleries at the University of Arizona Student Union and the school's art department.
By Margaret Regan

Capriccio Italian Restaurant is lighter and brighter under its new management.
By M.F. Munday

Out There
The Phelps Dodge Morenci mine operation is one gigantic hole in the ground--and it's full of really big trucks. Varooom!
By Kevin Franklin

Things that are guaranteed to happen in the NBA this year.
By Tom Danehy

Cinema Section

Home for the Holidays
Home for the Holidays is a bit of a Thanksgiving turkey--but mostly satisfying.
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 November 9 - November 15

Back Page Section

Real Astrology
Astrology for the week of November 9 - November 15

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

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