Editor's Note: South By South Wiped

Editor's Note: South By South Wiped

I'm still a little jangled from spending five days trying to drink from the sonic fire hose that is SXSW...

Editor’s Note: Rays of Sunshine

It's Sunshine Week, which doesn't just mean another week of gorgeous weather here in Southern Arizona. It's also the week when the press points out the importance of having access to public records.

Editor's Note: Scam Alert

This week, staff reporter Kathleen Kunz exposes some of the scams happening in our community.

Editor's Note: Get Lit

If you ever doubt whether Tucsonans really love books, just take a stroll down the UA Mall this weekend.

Editor’s Note: Happy Birthday, Tucson Weekly!

On Wednesday, Feb. 22, 1984, the first edition of the Tucson Weekly hit the streets.

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To think that some people say there's nothing to do in Tucson. Well, this week's Spring Arts Preview proves them wrong.

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Jim remembers the good old days just in time for Beer Week

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We are bidding farewell to production manager Chelo Grubb, who is heading off to a new job at Reid Park Zoo.

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Find out what's between the covers this week

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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.

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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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