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  • Nov 19-25, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 40

News & Opinion

  • Deported Father
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  • Deported Father

    Deported six months ago, Cesar Leyva is not giving up the fight to return to Tucson and his son
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  • Ask a Mexican!
  • Ask a Mexican!

    Dear In the Big Apple Gabacho: I've written often in this columna about New York City's unique Mexican makeup—read my book, and then read legendary food critic Robert Sietsema's New York in a Dozen Dishes, which tells in better detail the history I'm about to recap here.
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  • The Skinny
  • The Skinny

    Gov. Doug Ducey doesn't want to live with refugees, U.S. Rep. McSally talks about bringing home the bacon to Southern Arizona but isn't sure how to pay for it.
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  • Media Watch
  • Media Watch

    Tough week on the prep sports comedy circuit for Arizona Daily Star reporter
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City Week

  • Good, clean family fun
  • Good, clean family fun

    The 10th Annual Family Festival in the Park, presented by Tucson Parks and Recreation and Cigna.
  • Get Your Glass On
  • Get Your Glass On

    The ever popular academy of the borosilicate and glass arts, The Sonoran Glass School, is hosting their annual Trading Places fundraiser, this Saturday to raise money for their art classes.
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  • Etsy Marketplace
  • Etsy Marketplace

    Tucson is home to many producers of "hipster" products, vintage clothing, recyclable art and farm-to-table food products.
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  • Don’t Sweat It
  • Don’t Sweat It

    El Tour de Tucson is back, and for the gearheads out there who get off on grueling bicycle courses, this one's for you.
  • Tatted Burlesque

    As you saw in our Best of Tucson issue, Tucson is home to many inked-up beauties, but this Thursday we're bringing some imports to the Rialto Theater with SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque show.

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