Editor's Note

Editor's Note

The Arizona legislature got to work this week, following Gov. Doug Ducey's State of the State address.

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Once upon a time, in my early days working here at Tucson Weekly, I had the job of driving bundles of the paper from Phoenix to Tucson.

Editor's Note

The song is Ended (but the Melody Lingers On) —Irving Berlin

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As 2018 draws to a close, the Weekly is once again doing the year-in-review thing—and as is our wont, Leo W. Banks tips his hat to Esquire’s classic “Dubious Achievements” issue.

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If you’re still scrambling to find some last-minute gifts with a local connection, we’re here to help!

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Columnist Brian Smith brings us a Tucson Salvage Christmas story this week after talking with a trio of Salvation Army bell ringers and finding out what they are all about.

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I'm delighted to announce a few changes here at the Tucson Weekly and our sister papers in the Tucson Local Media empire.

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If you haven't been following this particular space adventure, OSIRIS-REx is a billion-dollar mission to recover samples from an asteroid.

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It’s an old chestnut for columnists to come up with the list of what they’re grateful for when Thanksgiving rolls around.

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Well, that was one heck of a midterm.

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The Loft Film Festival is here! We're blessed with a lot of film fests in this town.

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Now relief and the big day are on the horizon: Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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Thank you, readers, for all your love for this remarkable slice of civilization we've carved into the often inhospitable Sonoran Desert.

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Brian Smith's Tucson Salvage columns are being collected into a book.

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With the weather cooling down, it's safe to say we're officially in Southern Arizona's festival season.

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This week, Tucson Weekly is teaming up with our sister papers in the Tucson Local Media empire to focus on the fight against breast cancer.

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