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  • Aug 5-11, 1999
  • Vol. 16, No. 19

News & Opinion

  • Danehy
  • Future Schlock

    The Pygmy Owl Might Just Lead Amphi To A Championship In 2003.
  • Feature
  • City Hall Showdown

    The Issues Are Water, Poverty And Revitalization. But The Question Is, Can Anyone Beat Molly McKasson?
  • The Skinny

    The Board of Supervisors wrestles with the budget…The Amphi School Board wrestles with buying a new school site...The Southern Arizona Home Builders Association wrestles with the English language...and more!
  • Mailbag

    Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.
  • Smith
  • Sierra Showdown

    The People Of Sierra Vista Need To Fight A Proposed Subdivision -- Even If It Means Agreeing With The Center for Biological Diversity.

City Week


  • Cinema Feature
  • Essential Iron

    "Iron Giant" is one of the best animated features of the decade, and one of the best movies of the year.


  • Soundbites

    Santana makes his annual appearance at the Pima County Fairgrounds, this time with Mana and Ozomatli in tow; can't get enough of Ozomatli? You're in luck, but we won't say why; The Negro Problem's only problem is their name; Sam Mangwana brings soukous to the Rialto; and so much, much more!
  • Rhythm & Views

    Reviews of John Fahey, Steve Million and a tribute to the Exploited.

Arts & Culture

  • Review
  • Art Of Illusion

    Master Of All Materials Vik Muniz Visits The Center For Creative Photography.
  • Review
  • Goofy Goethe

    Quicksilver's Ambitious Adaptation Of 'Faust' Is Something Less Than Redeeming.
  • Book Feature
  • Ecstatic Appeal

    Michele Roberts' Poetic License With The Lives Of Her Female Saints Offers A Rich, Disturbing Read.
  • Book Feature
  • Amazing Grace

    If You're Feeling Nostalgic About Childhood, Sink Into Jenny Offill's Bizarre 'Last Things.'


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