Tucson Weekly January 11 - January 17, 1996


Matisse, Picasso--And Lennon?

Yoko Ono displays poor John's art works in the malls of America.
By Margaret Regan

Subconscious Comedy

The Upstairs Theatre takes a wacky tour through the mind of playwright Michael Grady.
By Jana Rivera


Filmmaker Anne Makepeace retraces the steps of the much-maligned Edward S. Curtis, photographer of Native Americans from 1900 to 1920.
By Margaret Regan


Prepare yourself for the good, the bad, and the ugly of Vietnamese dining in Tucson.
By Rebecca Cook

Chow Scan

Chow Scan is Tucson Weekly's selective guide to Tucson restaurants. Reviews are indexed by both category and alphabet and there are over 100 restaurants reviewed, so go grab yourself a fork and dig in.

Out There

If you're willing to invest a little cash and a late night, you can tour the stars.
By Kevin Franklin


The Tucson Open golf tournament has had more names than Erica Kane, and our man has some actual thoughts about the event.
By Tom Danehy

Review Forum

Tell us what's hot and what's shot on the local arts scene. We're looking for your views on visual, theatrical, dance and God only knows what else creations by the more refined souls among us.

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