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  • Alive and Well
  • Alive and Well

    TMA’s giant Body Language show proves that body art is thriving
      In 1986, Arizona artist Ardyth Bernstein made a gorgeous pastel called "Having It All."
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  • Editor's Note
  • Editor's Note

    Dear Reader:
      Goodbyes aren't easy, especially here at Tucson Weekly headquarters, a newspaper that's been part of Mari's life for almost a decade. But her she is, saying goodbye to you
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  • Machine for Thinking
  • Machine for Thinking

    Warhol’s trailblazing epic film makes a rare appearance
      When considering the long shadow of Andy Warhol's Empire, we'll start with obvious questions to widen a pathway to somewhere close the sublime.
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  • Forever Young
  • Forever Young

    A folk musician’s life, love and getting down the road
      It's a cool night in March and Don Armstrong converses with the Club Congress audience like old friends. About 75 people sit in chairs on the dance floor. There's a couple in a corner dancing every song with abandon.
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  • Colossal Awakening
  • Colossal Awakening

    This monster flick is a glorious turn at the weird and wonderful
      Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis gloriously upstage two kaiju monsters in Colossal, a science fiction monster mash that features many twists and a psychological/emotional river that runs mighty deep.
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  • Noise Annoys
  • Noise Annoys

    Doni and Adobe House
      Tucson hip hop has always typically strayed left of center, off the mainstream track of gangsta posturing and unfettered capitalism.
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  • Policy and Politics
  • Policy and Politics

    Congressman Tom O’Halleran talks Obamacare, internet privacy and immigration
      ongressman Tom O'Halleran is in his first term representing Congressional District 1, which includes Oro Valley and Marana, as well as Flagstaff and much of eastern rural Arizona.
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  • My Dear Watson
  • My Dear Watson

    A brilliant world premiere that also bids farewell to an ATC mensch
      It was a dark and stormy night. Well, of course it was.
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  • Book Report
  • Book Report

    U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva stands up for libraries as Trump administration pushes big budget cuts
      When Congressman Raul Grijalva was a child, libraries were one of the most important things in his life. He discovered newspapers, magazines and Gulliver's Travels.
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  • Know Your Product
  • Know Your Product

    Stars Pick Their Top 5! Vic Ruggiero of The Slackers
      The Slackers formed in a dingy Manhattan basement in 1991(pre-Giuliani, natch!), one near the seedy and gloriously nicotine-rank bars that've bred so many sweet music scenes and heroes over the years.
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  • Police Dispatch
  • Police Dispatch

    Maybe He Had a Nightmare—Before He Became One
      In the middle of the night, a northeast-side man figuratively went to pieces, while his window literally went to pieces when he punched it with his bare fist, waking up his neighbors with the noise of the glass shattering—as well as his own kicking and screaming,
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  • Sonic Mission
  • Sonic Mission

    Rhiannon Giddens’ March to Freedom Highway
      The genesis of Giddens' second full-length under her own name began with one book she did find time to read.
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  • Ask a Mexican
  • Ask a Mexican

      Dear Mexican: In Jared Diamond's DVD for Guns, Germs, and Steel he mentions the classical Spanish form of horsemanship, jimeta. I have not been able to find this word used anywhere else. Can you help?
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  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    Tom laments about tonight as the worst day in sports, an abomination in fact
      For a traditional (read: old) sports fan, this is the absolute worst sports day of the year.
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  • Hell Yes!
  • Hell Yes!

    Fix the Streets. Support Public Safety.
      C'mon, Tucson: It's time to fix the roads, replace our firetrucks and police cars and otherwise upgrade our public safety.<
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  • Southwest East Coast
  • Southwest East Coast

    Don’t get used to the name Broadway Pizza Café because big changes are a comin’
      Marcos Diego Ortiz never thought he would get into the pizza game.
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  • Hybrid Honesty
  • Hybrid Honesty

    As with all things, the answer lies somewhere in the middle
      Last week, stoners across the nation celebrated 4/20, a date that has arisen through marijuana lore as a day to appreciate a plant that puts so many in a good mood.
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