January 30 - February 5, 1997


Rethinking Dance

Liz Lerman has been leading a revolution in dance for two decades.
By Margaret Regan

'Hebonic' Hijinks

Invisible Theatre does a nice job with Neil Simon's Lost in Yonkers.
By Margaret Regan

Kid Comment

Nine-year-old Will Gossner takes a look at a puppet show, The Short Tree and the Bird that Could Not Sing.

Progress' Pilgrims

A new book details bittersweet memories of growing up in California's Santa Clara Valley.
By Kent Anderson

Addled Wisdom

The life and times of Hunter S. Thompson, gonzo journalist.
By Gregory McNamee

Super Weirdness

An uneven but strangely compelling graphic novel, Maximortal details the life of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel.
By James DiGiovanna

Media Mix

It was bound to happen--a web site for voyeuristic web cruisers who want to see what other web-o-nauts are doing.

Word On The Street

Trudy Mills, Karen Greaber, Kathie Takach


Winger's takes the traditional diner theme into a new era.
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

How to breeze through Mexican customs, among other tips.
By Kevin Franklin


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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