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  • Aug 26 - Sep 1, 1999
  • Vol. 16, No. 22

News & Opinion

  • Downtown Showdown
  • Feature
  • Downtown Showdown

    The City Council Is Taking A Hard Look At The Tucson Downtown Alliance's Business Improvement District.
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  • The Skinny

    Will the real CAWS please stand up?...Early voting is underway--and here's how you can cast your ballot...Amphi School Board members may face a recall...Marana wants your sales tax dollars, even if you're not shopping in the city limits...and so much, much more!
  • Mailbag

    Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.

City Week



  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    Lisa Otey celebrates her new CD; Henry Rollins declaims at The Rialto; check out Split Lip Rayfield's gas-tank bass at 7 Black Cats, and more!
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Arts & Culture

  • Patchwork Plot
  • Review
  • Patchwork Plot

    Despite Its Enjoyably Rustic Score, 'Quilters' Hardscrabble Script Holds Limited Appeal.
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  • Book Feature
  • Drowning In Junk

    Consuming Desires assembles a stellar cast of contributors to argue against consumerism in a collection of essays.


  • Chow Feature
  • Last Of The Dinosaurs

    There Amidst The Fossil-Fuel Stops And Corporate Mini-Marts, Omar's Highway Chef Keeps On Truckin' At The Triple T.

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