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  • Jul 30 - Aug 5, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 24

News & Opinion

  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    Tom riffs on red-light cameras, state education spending and stupidity, yes, stupidity
  • Bern Notice
  • » Cover Story - Feature
  • Bern Notice

    Is Sen. Bernie Sanders the great liberal hope of the Democratic Party?
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  • Solar Fight
  • Currents Feature
  • Solar Fight

    Sierra Club and other groups question and protest TEP’s latest proposal on net metering solar energy, involvement with New Mexico coal plant
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  • Dust Devil
  • Dust Devils
  • Dust Devil

    You've sparked something in me that I can't control. I dissect your words and curse the girls that laugh with you.
  • Ask a Mexican!
  • Ask a Mexican!

    Dear Mexican: I wasn’t born in this country but I got here as quickly as I could at the age of ten. I was born in Mexico and live in Houston, a city that is bursting at the seams with Mexicans and Latinos from every country south of the border. I think I have the solution to all this immigration debate.
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  • The Skinny
  • The Skinny

    Antenori returns with campaign against City Council Democrats, Democrats are outraising Republicans in the City Council races and Deadline is here to submit ballot arguments
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  • Media Watch
  • Media Watch

    KRQ, Vibe big radio winners, KIIM’s tumble continues and LPFM wants your help
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City Week

  • Monsoon Music
  • Monsoon Music

    Tucson monsoons bring energy to the inhabitants of the desert. Everything gets green for a moment and the city begins to make its own special rhythms.
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  • Spandex and Bike Seats
  • Spandex and Bike Seats

    National advocacy group People for Bikes is hosting its latest wacky bike count during their Everyday Biking Challenge on Thursday, July 30.
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  • Dark Psychology
  • Dark Psychology

    The Loft Cinema, 3233 E Speedway Blvd., will have a special Science on the Screen presentation of the film on Saturday, Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. Joel Dvoskin, a clinical psychologist at the UA, will speak before the screening.
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  • I Am Tucson
  • I Am Tucson

    The Arizona Historical Society knows Tucson well and is now inviting the community to help paint a picture of the city in an interactive exhibit called, I am Tucson.
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  • Under the Full Moon
  • Under the Full Moon

    The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, 2021 N. Kinney Road, will host an evening-long festival to bask in its glow from 5 to 9:30 p.m. Activities will include a black light poetry hunt, arts, native animal presentations and music.
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Cinema

Music

  • Northern Mights
  • Live
  • Northern Mights

    Genre-bending, experimental Árstíðir brings comfort in times of distress
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Arts & Culture

Chow






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