Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Fourth Avenue has always been a funky corridor where you could run into just about anyone. But can that vibe survive as downtown evolves?

Editor's Note

Election season is upon us—so why not warm up by voting in this year’s Best of Tucson™?

Editor's Note

An excerpt from local activist Jes Baker, update on #RedforEd, Tucson Salvage, a crossword puzzle explanation, and more this week.

Editor's Note

I started reading Chuck Bowden's Tucson Citizen stories when I was doing my first job in the newspaper biz back in the late '70s.

Editor's Note

It's pretty clear that weed is marching toward mainstream acceptance, no matter what U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says about it.

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Tucson has an astonishing array of dynamic events for you to attend, so quit complaining there's nothing to do and get out there and have some fun!

Editor's Note

This week we introduce a new political cartoon, plus a Tucson Salvage cover feature by Brian Smith on a local MMA fighter's road to redemption.

Editor's Note

The late Thin White Duke might as well have been talking about the kids who led rallies across our nation to say: “Enough.”

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Our staff descends upon Austin for South by Southwest festival.

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This week's cover story is an amusing-but-enraging piece that shines a light on how governments across the country are going to great lengths to thwart the people's right to know.

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We're doing a little literary celebration this week with an excerpt from an upcoming UA Press book by original Biosphereans Mark Nelson.

Editor's Note

After she was shot at Gabby Giffords' Congress on Your Corner, Pam Simon has thrown herself into the fight against gun violence.

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This week's cover story is an extensive package on the Tucson Hip Hop Festival, coordinated by staff writer Danyelle Khmara.

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A preview of the cultural events in Tucson this spring!

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Our cover story will tell you what you need to know about Beer Week and Tucson Craft Beer Crawl.

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If there's a Tucson band that has been the soundtrack of my life for the last two decades, it's Calexico.

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