Tucson Weekly . Volume 12, Number 11 . May 25 - May 31, 1995

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Trigger Happy

Three Crack shots, three unique views of the crackpots, and normal folks, at the recent NRA national convention.
By Tom Danehy, Emil Franzi and Jeff Smith



Fast cars, machine guns--whats the difference?
By Jeff Smith

The Skinny

The Arizona Daily Star sides with stamps and against a local historic neighborhood...the dismal school year at Catalina High peters out with out-of-control vandalism...and much more!

Superhuman Couch Potato

Laura Espinoza is the most impressive UA athlete of all time.
By Tom Danehy

Adios, Pat

Santa Cruz County loses its kick-ass public health hero.

By J.E. Relly

The Flaky Waffleman

Runway Oinkers

City Week

Local doings for the week of May 25-31.

Eighth Day

Arizona has more babies being born to girls ages 15 to 19 than any other state. And officials don't seem to care.
By Hannah Glasston

Cheap Thrills


Big Noise

Check out Big Noise this week!.


Quick Scans

Club Listings

Going For Baroque

Dead and buried for centuries in the world of "official" art, the florid, emotional art of the baroque is alive and well here in Baja, Arizona.
By Margaret Regan

Jumping Ship

The Arizona Theatre Company's director announces his resignation for no particular reason.
By Jana Rivera


Performance art, in its many forms, is thriving in the Naked Pueblo.
By Margaret Regan

The Treasures Of Janos Wilder

Take the staples of Southwestern cooking, apply with French élan--and you've got one of Tucson's consistently top-flight restaurants.
By M.F. Munday


The latest Bruce Willis flick is crapola with a vengeance.
By Zachary Woodruff

Film Clips

Film Times

Out There

In the desert, the nightlife is the right life--but watch out for vandals.
By Kevin Franklin


Seven things our sports dude has learned from the recent playoffs debacle.
By Tom Danehy

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