Quarterback Rush

Quarterback Rush

Khalil Tate has gone from little-known backup to gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated's college football preview issue in less than a year.

Mad Science

The UA College of Science is doing some amazing stuff these days: space missions, drug research, insect examinations and a lot more.

How To Survive on Campus for Just Pennies a Day!

Tuition. Books. Craft beer. Everything costs more now than it did 10 years ago, or 20 years ago...

8 Things You Should Know About The Primary Election

The Aug. 28 primary election will be here before you know it. With the help of a hard-working crew of unpaid interns, the Weekly is bringing you a few fun facts and recaps of memorable moments from this summer's campaign season.

Moneyball Jr.

"We're middle class. We're just not club sports middle class."

We Need Your Votes!

Tucsonans, you have your work cut out for you.

Rural Revival

Replacing God's mountains with man's never looked so beautiful as the uprooted earth towering over Clifton, Arizona.

Never Going Back to Tucson

Dan Stuart is a habitual expat as well as a musician and author. His latest record, The Unfortunate Demise of Marlowe Billings, will be released in late July.

Summer 101

There are 101 days between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend. So here are 101 things on how to have fun and keep cool this summer.

Revolutionary Fashion

Sundays are busy at Buffalo Exchange. Customers stream in, hoping to score Diesel jeans or a vintage dress.

A Matter Over Mind

The 25th annual Science of Consciousness Conference featured some of the brightest and most far-out minds on our planet discussing topics such as the evolution of language, the origin of life, psychedelics, metaphysics, artificial intelligence and much more.

A Tucked-Away Treasure

The drive to Winkelman isn’t long or difficult—it’s about 60 miles up the 77 from downtown Tucson, but toward the end, it does involve a jaunt down a dusty, bumpy dirt road that has you feeling like you took a wrong turn somewhere.

The Foilies 2018

In its fourth year, The Foilies recognizes the worst responses to records requests, outrageous efforts to stymie transparency and the most absurd redactions.

Fair House

When Kate retired from a career in social services, she started working as a housing tester for the Southwest Fair Housing Council.

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Staff Pick Events

  • Tucson Youth Poetry Slam @ Bentley's House of Coffee and Tea

    • Third Saturday of every month
    • 2 going/interested
  • Saturday Tour & Tasting @ Hamilton Distillery

    • Saturdays, 3-5 p.m. $20
    • Buy Tickets
  • DO(OM) Yoga @ Floor Polish

    • Sundays, 8-9 p.m. $6

Popular Events

  • Charles Simic @ UA Poetry Center

    • Thu., Oct. 4, 7 p.m. Free
  • Tucson Metaphysics Fair @ Best Western Inn Suites

    • Sun., Aug. 19, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free
  • Tai Chi - TCA2/Sun 73 Forms @ Resurrection Lutheran Church

    • Mondays, 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. and Mondays, 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Continues through Dec. 17 $10

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