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  • Sep 9-15, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 29

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    Hey, Democrats: Don't let Republicans get away with these b.s. talking points
  • Races to Watch
  • Feature
  • Races to Watch

    Giffords vs. Kelly! Brewer vs. Goddard! McCain vs. Glassman! Election 2010 enters its final act
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  • Guest Commentary

    A group of ordinary people have shown themselves to be giants as they fight the good ol' boys of Marana
  • The Skinny

    Gov. Jan Brewer has her defining moment—and it’s a doozy! … Conservatives for Congress fire at Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords … Military veterans fire at Conservatives for Congress … and more!
  • Media Watch

    KOLD unveils HD studio; Howell gives fitness mag a second shot; Mountain charity event raises $223K
  • Messina

    A new organization hopes to protect the legacy and well-being of Tucson's firefighters
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  • Mailbag

    Shelton Needs to Take a Stand on SB 1070; The Book Barn Is Open More Often Than Downing Says; Humanists Are as Judgmental as Any Religious Person; Want Safety? Make Fourth Avenue a Pedestrian-Only Zone; If You Want to Carry a Gun, Take a Safety Course

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    A Grassroots Thing; Una Experiencia Española; The Street of Dreams; Bard Under the Stars
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  • The Year in Local Music
  • Music Feature
  • The Year in Local Music

    The period of time covered in voting for the 2010 Tucson Area Music Awards (TAMMIES) was May 1, 2009, through April 30, 2010. Here's a look back at some significant events during that time span.
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Arts & Culture

  • A First Step
  • Review
  • A First Step

    Winding Road shows tremendous courage as it mounts a production of a brand-new play
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  • Top Ten in Books

    Antigone Books best-sellers for the week ending Sept. 3, 2010


  • Noshing Around

    New Peruvian Bistro; The Main Squeeze; Best Tour Ever?; Save-a-Cat Sunday; Tequila Festival

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