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  • Cross Currents

    The Border Patrol Will Never Stop The Flow Of Humanity Across Our Southern Border.
      There is no way the desperate drive of these people for a better life is going to be denied.

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  • Mailbag

      Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.
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  • Mat Rats

      Great local pro-wrestling is more than just a battle of words and wits. There are also the costumes.
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  • The Skinny

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  • Dire Rates

    Pima County's Proposed Tax Increase Will Hit Business -- And Some Homeowners -- Hard.
      Pima County supervisors are flirting with a 15 percent property tax increase that they hope not many voters will notice when tax bills arrive just after Labor Day.

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  • Underdog's Day

    Presidential Contender Bill Bradley Visits Tucson.
      During a press conference with his three supporters, Bradley sidestepped an opportunity to talk specifics.
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  • A Fine Ness

    Social Distortion's Mike Ness Headlines The Annual Independence Day Jamboree At Club Congress.
      Ness is out on the road these days with a newly assembled band, playing a couple of Social Distortion songs per show, but mainly keepin' it real by playing most of his new album, "Cheating At Solitaire."
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  • Soundbites

      Club Congress' Fourth of July bash brings Mike Ness, The Reverend Horton Heat, Deke Dickerson and The Ecco-fonics, and more to town; Cortex Bomb at the Plaza Pub; and Fourth Avenue's Fourth on Fourth celebration.
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  • Small World

    Davis Dominguez Gallery Stages Its Annual Show Of Compact Creations.
      The idea at Davis Dominguez is to give a snapshot of Southern Arizona's variety of artistic styles, each distilled into its tiny essence.
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  • Not Dead Yet

    A Struggling Local Theatre Troupe Stages 'The Cemetery Club.'
      "The Cemetery Club" remains a delightful comedy at heart.
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  • Saucy Talk

    The Lowdown On Tucson's Finest Barbecue Joints.
      Barbecue is as individual and varied as DNA.
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  • By Dawn's Early Light

    Morning Is No Time To Be Awake.
      Mornings suck. And pre-mornings suck geometrically.

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  • Tohono Titan

    UA Prof Ofelia Zepeda Wins A Prestigious MacArthur Foundation Award.
      The MacArthur Foundation praised Zepeda for her unusual cluster of activities on behalf of native languages.

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  • Option Overload

    Mako Yoshikawa's Debut Novel Suffers An Identity Crisis.
      Tedium and confusion finally outweigh "One Hundred and One Ways' " other merits.

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  • Rad Dad

    Adam Sandler's New Flick Is Actually Funny -- For The First Hour Or So.
      Sandler manages to rattle off quite a few good one-liners, the pleasure of which was only partially diminished by the string of pee, vomit and spit jokes. Shockingly, there were no poop jokes.
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  • Satanic Majesty

      The way it goes for high school teachers these days is you generally don't want to chitchat with kids you've given a D, particularly strapping lads who work for an organization to whom you owe money for narcotics.
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  • Greetings From Big Timber

    The Sounds Of Freedom Ring In Big Sky Country.
      They let kids do like God and Thomas Jefferson intended, up in this part of the country. They set up roadside stands in the early summertime and sell firecrackers by the boatload.

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  • My Chat With Charlton

    Talking Guns With The NRA's Main Man
      Charlton Heston lets his work speak for him.

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