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  • Local Heroes

    Our annual profile of a half-dozen people making Tucson a better place to live
      Local heroes who improve the quality of life for all of Tucson
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  • Editor's Note

    Heroic Efforts
      Its our Local Heroes edition, where we focus the spotlight on six people who've given a lot to Tucson this year.
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  • Extraordinary Expatriate

    Transplanted from Paris to Tucson, Naim Amor has a new album
      Gabriel Naim Amor is originally from Paris, but visited Tucson in the ’90s and fell in love with the culture and landscape.
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  • Radical Rebound

    Ironwood Ridge senior bounces back from a brain aneurism
      Mia, who was 16 years old at the time, remembers the day of Nov. 13, 2016 being like any other.
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  • A Gut's Life

    UA researchers learning from lemur families
      Stacey Tecot is co-author of a new research article on the social behavior and microbiology of red-bellied lemurs.
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  • Spanish Spectacular

    Legends Bar and Grill imports flavors from Rioja
      For esidents of Spain, there's nothing more emblematic of their land's red fury than its food and wine culture.
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  • Happy Trails

    Big Wash trailhead is Oro Valley’s best Christmas surprise
      The new Big Wash trailhead will provide public access into the Honeybee Trail system.
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  • Police Dispatch

    Maybe He Was Flirting
      A middle school boy dumped urine all over an unsuspecting female.
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  • Police Dispatch

    The Wildcats Will Not “Beaver Down”
      A prank played on the Wildcats by another state’s college did not ruffle a stoic University of Arizona police officer
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  • Tucson Salvage

    A joinery, a wild peacock, some old-world beauty, and a severed finger
      His bloodied hand shot up from the woodworking saw and flashed across his periphery, half of a forefinger severed and dangling by fleshy ribbons.
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  • Pantry Pleasantries

    Mabel’s on 4th probably has that kitchen item you never knew you needed
      Mark talks up a place on Fourth Avenue that sells some of the coolest kitchen gizmos he's ever seen.
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  • Finding Light in the Darkness

    Navajo motifs are threaded through ZUZI’s Woven, a Solstice show of dance and music
      When Marlowe Katowney was 35 years old, his grandmother gave him an order.
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  • Magical Musical

    ATC’s reimagined ‘Man of La Mancha’ is a spectacular triumph
      In this David Bennett-directed production of the 1965 Dale Wasserman musical, the dare to dream is sung, sold and sent soaring with force and conviction.
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  • Room with a View

    ‘The Disaster Artist’ recreates the making of one of the worst movies ever made
      If you love all kinds of movies, and you haven’t seen The Room, your life has been incomplete.
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  • Reel Indie

      Some (mostly) holiday fare for you this week at Tucson's indie theaters.
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  • The Touring Dead

    On the Road With Dead Country Gentlemen
      The route that San Francisco band Dead Country Gentlemen is taking is, in many ways, the classic rock 'n' roll dream.
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  • XOXO...

      Musical happenings this week, with a spotlight on The Great Cover-Up
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  • Know Your Product

    Stars Pick Their Top 5! This week: Katie Haverly
      Local singer/songwriter Katie Haverly has been called a “jazzy mystic,” which is an odd but somehow accurate turn of phrase.
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  • High Reward

    Growing evidence suggests access marijuana makes communities safer—and it hurts beer sales
      As new as the marijuana industry is, predicting the effects it may have on our economy and society has been tricky.
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