A group of hyper-creative Tucsonans is trying to emulate Mexico's wise-and wildly colorful-way of dealing with death.
Kristin Giordano and Mari Wadsworth
Howls of outrage and squeals of delight from our astonished fans.
The possibility exists that BMG Music Services is not a den of thieves. Then again...
Pima County is about to pick a Superior Court clerk, and the race isn't as dull as you might think...Marana Mayor Ora Harn suddenly turns green...And mucho more!
Up is down, right is left, dark is light. Welcome to the wonderful world of Election '98.
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Confused about how to vote? Don't be--just do as we say!
For the most part, Arizona's attorney general's race is a matter of style, not substance.
The pigmy owl is the least of the Amphi School District's problems.
A couple of financial housekeeping matters need voter attention.
Hey, if you wanna vote in a primary election, we think you oughtta join one of the parties.
Proposition 200 creates a program which gives candidates a complete campaign war chest. Bad idea.
Here's your chance to tell our phony "Drug War" dictators to go fuck themselves.
Are you stupid enough to let lawmakers appoint the people who decide how much lawmakers should be paid? We don't think so.
Pima County, voters have never exercised their right to kick a judge off the bench.
Don't you just love grassroots politics? The fat cats at Preserve Arizona sure do.
We thought we wouldn't have Celestino Fernández to kick around anymore. But here the man is, risen Nixon-like.
Gloria Copeland may be a champion to some in the Tucson Unified School District, but it's time to retire her from the TUSD Governing Board.
Here are some sordid reasons to throw Jim Kolbe out of Congress.
Miffed at Smith? Scratch your chinny at The Skinny? Don't let
things fester--get them off your chest here.
An off-site link to Tom Tomorrow's fabulous political cartoon.
An off-site link to the home page of Jim Hightower, whose populist musings often appear in the Weekly.
DesertNet's collection of some of the Southwest's best websites and resources.
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