Tucson Weekly May 2 - May 8, 1996




Tattoos aren't just and art form, they're a way of life.
Story By Mari Wadsworth
Photographs By Nate Neering

And The Winners Are..

A moment, please, for some shameless back-patting.


Discontent, grumbling and possible mutiny--just another day at KXCI Radio.
By Jeff Smith

The Skinny

This week we depart from our wildly popular scatter-gun approach to chronicling community degradation and instead devote our laser-like attentions to the stunningly mediocre Arizona Daily Star.

Pumping Money

Either they're idiots or they're corrupt--a majority of the Tucson City Council appears bent on sinking the anti-CAP Prop 200 by complying with it in the most expensive way imaginable.
By Jim Wright

What Am I Bid For Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink?

In light of the success of the Jacqueline Kennedy auction, a prominent Tucson author recalls his own brush with history as a commodity.
By Tom Miller

Hall of Heads

Finally...at long last...DesertNet proudly debuts the eagerly anticipated Hall of Heads!

Currents Forum

Here's your place to vent, Tucson webheads.

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