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  • Jun 11-17, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 17

News & Opinion

  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    Tom has a thing for dog people, OK, crazy dog people, and it isn’t very positive
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  • The Skinny
  • The Skinny

    Planned Parenthood, Pima County and Sec of State Michele Reagan highlight a particularly litigious week in politics and State Rep Wheeler drops out of CD2 race following eye injury.
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  • Media Watch
  • Media Watch

    Chase Rankin, who spent a whopping 14 months as the president and publisher of the Arizona Daily Star, is off to the Valleyand Taking jabs at corporate run radio clusters almost seems unfair, because more often than not they make it too easy.
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City Week

  • It Isn’t Grandma’s Monkeying Around
  • It Isn’t Grandma’s Monkeying Around

    Mention the circus and a string of imagery comes to mind immediately. Tightrope walkers, freak shows, lions, elephants and cotton candy have been synonymous with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey since the early 19th century.
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  • Celebrating Diversity
  • Celebrating Diversity

    People come and go, and most of us can make the choice to leave our home for a new one. Sometimes it's hard to imagine the life of a refugee who can't make that choice.
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  • Pose and Pint
  • Pose and Pint

    Dude, yoga is no longer reserved for pretty girls in yoga pants, somehow acceptable garb for any situation.
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  • Whole Lot of Soul
  • Whole Lot of Soul

    Tucson is no stranger to the blues. Our very own frequent blues music purveyors, The Southern Arizona Blues Heritage Foundation and KXCI, are showcasing a talented artist in her Southern Arizona debut.
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