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  • Love on a Plate

    The newest Fukushu concept, Bird, embraces southern comfort with flair modernist charm
      Where does one go after opening several successful restaurants, some with sibling locations and all enjoying loyal fan bases?
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  • Raptor's Spirit

    The Eagles of Death Metal still take to the sky
      The bad-boy singer of Eagles of Death Metal has a simple motto: "Stay horny, keep it light, never let the bad guys win."
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  • Noise Annoys

    Force of Funk
      Modern funk has taken off and luckily I'm in the middle of it.
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  • Guest Opinion

    Are the Koch Brothers entering Tucson's high schools via the UA's "Freedom School"?
      The Freedom Center, which has been at UA since 2011, gets a majority of its funding from the Koch Brothers and a wealthy Arizona donor couple.
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  • Police Dispatch

    SnapChat That!
      SnapChat helped nab a drunk man who'd disrupted a party by screaming obscenities and exposing his penis.
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  • The Skinny

      A new report shows that U.S. Rep. McSally gets more done than many of her colleagues.
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  • The Skinny

      It's been a good couple of weeks for Ann Kirkpatrick.
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  • Furious Island: AJJ

    New name, same subversive sound from Andrew Jackson Jihad now AJJ
      "We used to be cool and now we're P.C. bitch-asses."
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  • Rugrat Referendum

    Strong Start Tucson aims to provide early childhood education to 8,000 preschoolers a year. Why are local Democrats so opposed to it?
      Two little girls paint on an easel while children’s classical music plays quietly. A curly-haired 3-year-old runs up to Bill Berk, the director of Outer Limits School, and hugs him around the legs.
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