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  • Sep 3-9, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 29

News & Opinion

  • Danehy
  • Danehy

    Tom wonders when politicians will get serious about curtailing gun violence
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  • Dust Devil
  • Dust Devils
  • Dust Devil

    Outside white heat distorts the image of a building's brick façade. Inside AC's thrum makes those working at computers comfortable. But I am not working. And I am not comfortable.
  • Ask a Mexican!
  • Ask a Mexican!

    Dear Readers: The Mexican is currently in the rancho, scheming about how to get close enough to Donald Trump so he can smear a bean burrito in his face ... HA!
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  • The Skinny
  • The Skinny

    A settlement talks collapse in school funding lawsuit and Planned Parenthood gets a big donation to expand meeting space at Tucson office
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  • Media Watch
  • Media Watch

    KWCX disconnects annoying antenna feed and the Internet sports folk don't like when you mix up their sites
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City Week

  • High Noon
  • High Noon

    Transport yourself back to the Wild West in Tombstone this weekend for the Tombstone Vigilantes Showdown.
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  • Buckin’ Birthday
  • Buckin’ Birthday

    Bring the family down to the Sonoita Fairgrounds (3142 S. Highway 83, Sonoita) for the 100th annual Sonoita Labor Day rodeo taking place Saturday, Sept. 5 to Monday, Sept. 7 with the doors opening at 10 a.m. everyday
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  • Cactus Run
  • Cactus Run

    Take advantage of the great outdoors this Labor Day weekend at the 46th TMC Saguaro National Park 8-mile run and 5k walk.
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  • Jammer Line
  • Jammer Line

    If watching athletic women beat each other up on roller skates sounds more your speed, check out the Women's Flat Track Derby Association's Division 1 playoffs this on Friday, Sept. 4 through Sunday, Sept. 6 at the Tucson Convention Center (260 S. Church Ave.)
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  • Dazed & Amused
  • Dazed & Amused

    Trying to get out of Tucson during the long weekend? Head on down to our southeasterly sister city Bisbee for the Brewery Gulch Daze, complete with a kissing booth, chili cook-off and live music.
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Cinema

Music

  • Almost Famous
  • » Cover Story - Music Feature
  • Almost Famous

    25 Years Later, frontman Brian Smith reflects on the misadventures of a bunch of coulda-shouldas called Gentlemen Afterdark
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Arts & Culture

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