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  • Mar 21-27, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 5

News & Opinion

  • Currents Feature
  • Sex Sting

    A TPD operation aiming to direct sex workers into a new diversion program results in only four arrestees qualifying
  • Guest Commentary

    The mayor discusses the effect the sequester might have on the city
  • The Skinny

    The push for ACCCHS expansion; Steve Kozachik kicks off his re-election campaign; and Richard Carmona's plans don't include a run at the gov's office.
  • Media Watch

    Remembering Randy Garsee; Forest Carr steps down; Clear Channel's Operations Manager position opens up; and more!
  • Police Dispatch

    This week, we've got a double-serving of food-related crime in the Old Pueblo.
  • Gargulinski

    Knock, knock ... Who's there? Someone who wants to sell you something
  • T Q&A

    Michelle Conklin

City Week

  • City Week
  • City Week

    Arts and urban development; prose and poetry meet sustainability; the 22nd Annual New Play Festival; and an a capella celebration round out our picks for the week.
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  • True TV

    Fight the Power


  • Soundbites
  • Soundbites

    Festival en el Barrio takes over the streets; Laurie Lewis and Tm Rozum bring their brand of bluegrass to Tucson; and more!
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  • Live
  • Live

    Josh Ritter, Lake Street Dive at Rialto Theatre, Saturday, March 16
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  • Top Ten in Music
  • Top Ten in Music

    Zia Records' (Speedway) top sales for the week ending March 18, 2013

Arts & Culture


  • Noshing Around

    Area firefighters put their brews to the test in the Top Hops Challenge; a scattering of dinners featuring potent potable pairings; Jalopy's Grillville drives into the sunset; and more!

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