Volume 12, Number 32 . October 19 - October 25, 1995
This issue of the Tucson Weekly contains 378 links.

Cover Story

Currents Section

Cockroach Confidential
They're out there, seething, breeding and leaving pencil lead-shaped poop in our silverware drawers. They're cockroaches, and thank God we have the brave men of Vector Control to waste their slime-dipped butts.
By Stacey Richter

Missives from our adoring/outraged readers.

Even more blood on U.S. highways--something to look forward to, thanks to NAFTA.
By Jeff Smith

The Skinny
Those cracked reporters at the Tucson Citizen take on the Amtrak terrorists...Paul Marsh and Don Diamond renew their sacred vows...And much more!

Tired of Waiting
It looks like many TUSD teachers are not only disgusted by the inaction of school district officials, but by the ineffectiveness of their own union as well.
By Hannah Glasston

The Dough Flow
Here's a chance to learn more about the mega bucks our politicians are collecting.

Muddying The Waters
Opponents of the upcoming city Water Initiative plot a misleading strategy to get that CAP crap flowing into our homes once again.
By Jim Wright

All Washed Up
A shopping center developer has had more than enough time to kill a nice little desert wash. Now it should be allowed to remain nestled in Mother Nature's bosom.
By David Devine

City Week Section

City Week
Big doings in Tucson for the week of October 19 - October 25.

Eighth Day
Arizona desperately needs more shelters for battered women.
By Hannah Glasston

Cheap Thrills
Fun things to do that won't cost a fortune.

City Week Listings
Tucson's most extensive list of what's going on.

Music Section

From the U.K. to the Windy City, indies put a new spin on vinyl.
By Timothy Gassen

Country Dick Montana and the rest of the Beat Farmers ramble into Tucson.
By Michael Metzger

Quick Scans
Emmylou Harris, The Mike Gunn, The Mother Hips.

Club Listings
What's happening at the local hot spots for the week of October 19 - October 25.

Review Section

Triple Play
Three visual artists demonstrate today's diversity in a new show at Pima College Gallery.
By Margaret Regan

Playing God
The self-righteous attitude that would prevent women from controlling their own bodies is fully explored in Damesrocket Theatre Co.'s production of Kelly and Du.
By Jana Rivera

Chamber Of Delights
The Catalina Chamber Orchestra begins its season with diverse and difficult works.
By Emil Franzi

An unconventional treasure of the American theatre, Elizabeth Swados will be in town for a production of her Bible Women.
By Margaret Regan

A letter from a former Tucsonan turned Seattle java junkie.
By Michael Hood

Out There
The loopy do a loop--the Out There gang goes for a three-hour tour.
By Kevin Franklin

An admiring profile of Mel, the magnificent.
By Tom Danehy

Cinema Section

Once In A Millennium
There's enough fun cinema stuff going on in Strange Days to keep you entertained, even if all of it doesn't quite work.
By Zachary Woodruff

Film Clips
Check out our capsule reviews packed with links to the hottest movie home pages on the Web.

Film Times
What's showing right now on local screens for the week of October 19 - October 25

Back Page Section

Real Astrology
Astrology for the week of October 19 - October 25

Random Shots . K. Rat . Red Meat . Staggering Heights . Eye Of The Beholder . The City

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