Nature's Money Pit

The work to open Karchner Caverns is taking much longer than expected and will cost a lot more than originally estimated. But by all indications, the wait and the expense will be well worth it.
Dave Irwin

Condom Nation

Having a rubber in your wallet -- even a taxpayer-subsidized rubber -- doesn't mean you' re going to get laid.
Jeff Smith

The Skinny

Evil morons persecute the wrong guy...A local pol looks into all these chain restaurants...And it's certainly not pretty when Oro Valley bends over and spreads 'em for land-raping developers...Plus more!

Power Of Attorney

Wonder why those we elect have become almost totally unable to function in fulfilling what we -- and often they -- consider to be our collective will? It's because they really aren't in charge.
Emil Franzi

New Look

Hot on the heels of a multi-million-dollar facelift, the Tucson Museum of Art schedules a grand re-opening this weekend.
Margaret Regan

Wall Street's Latest War

Chiapas activist Cecilia Rodriguez keeps talking about a new way of being -- one that has wholeheartedly rejected the future mapped out for Mexico in the new world order.
Tim Vanderpool

Twenty-Seven Reasons...

A list of men, women and children who've been murdered in Tucson so far this year.
The Editors

Talk Back

Miffed at Smith? Scratch your chinny at The Skinny? Don't let things fester--get them off your chest here.

This Modern World

An off-site link to Tom Tomorrow's fabulous political cartoon.

Jim Hightower

An off-site link to the home page of Jim Hightower, whose populist musings often appear in the Weekly.

Desert Links

DesertNet's collection of some of the Southwest's best websites and resources.

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