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  • Aug 13-19, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 26

News & Opinion

  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    Sorry tea-baggers, Tom sets the record straight when it comes to those tax arguments, er, mythology
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  • Monsanto Mania
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  • Monsanto Mania

    Is the industrial agriculture company a big GMO satan, or a company just trying to do the right thing to make sure people get fed?
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  • Ask a Mexican!
  • Ask a Mexican!

    Why are wages so low in Mexico? Why is Mexico such a violent country? 3. Why is Mexico so corrupt? 4. Why have the drug cartels taken over large swaths of Mexico? 5. Why can't one drink the water in most towns in Mexico? 6. Why are there so few public libraries in Mexico?
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City Week

  • Arts, Crafts and Glass
  • Arts, Crafts and Glass

    Just because the summer is coming to an end and our lives kick back in overdrive, it doesn't mean we should let our creative energies fall to the wayside.
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  • WomanKraft Rummage Sale
  • WomanKraft Rummage Sale

    To raise money for improvements to the center, they will host a rummage sale on Friday, Aug. 14 and Saturday, Aug. 15, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bargains on art supplies, kitchenware, gifts, books and just about everything else you can think of will be on sale.
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  • It’s your birthday, Presidio
  • It’s your birthday, Presidio

    The Presidio of Tucson is dated back 4,000 years, but is officially said to have originated Aug. 20, 1775. That makes this year Tucson's 240th birthday.
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  • Queen Me
  • Queen Me

    Chess is a game of wits, strategy and a favorite of the Wu Tang Clan. The game is far more than just something intellectuals do at the park, there are championships and, of course, champions.
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