Don't Call It a Comeback 

The Underestimated City brings streetwear, Tucson pride and defiance to Fourth Avenue

The closure of The Underestimated City's downtown store at 117 E. Broadway Blvd. came as a surprise to those who've seen the brand's designs floating around Tucson on hats, shirts, jackets and backpacks. According to TUC owner Israel Zavala, the problem was…

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