Aztlán Mari 
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Actually, just a nice person who wishes everyone would just figure their shit out and get along. Also, if we're gonna change Tucson's nickname can… More »

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  • Out-of-the-Box Solutions

    Helping the homeless
      Local homeless-advocate Michele Ream walks the walk. She's let homeless people crash at her place. She uses social media to drum up support when she sees someone being mistreated.
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  • Editor's Note

    Well, hello there!
      Surprise! Jim Nintzel is leading the Weekly for a little while.
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  • The Skinny

      Congrats, Gov. Ducey, on pulling off a heist for the ages.
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  • Rise

    Spiritual AZ hip-hop bros Shining Soul document troubled times
      Alex Soto grips his microphone.
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  • West African Flavor

    Ismael Lawani brings the food of his home country to Tucson at Alafia
      The goat soup is what got them some recognition, but the good people of Tucson seem to be still a bit wary of the small corner restaurant called Alafia.
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  • E Komo Mai!

    A family by way of Honolulu is bringing big island ono to the ’opu of Tucson
      Of course Tucson is a land locked city, but that does not mean you should be afraid to eat fish here.
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  • In the Moment

    Austin Counts on soul, Lonesome Desert and Pima County Jail
      Spread across Austin Counts' new record are songs of jealousy, sin and heartache, scenes of jail cells and barrooms, and if you look hard enough, even a bit of redemption.
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  • Editors Note

    Celebrate Brian Smith
      Celebrate Brian Smith. I know many of us go away for a while. Leave Tucson for love or work, or a need to escape.
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