November 28 - December 4, 1996


Hilarious Whodunit

Invisible Theatre takes on Agatha Christie's classic mystery The Mousetrap.
By Margaret Regan

Every-Day Treasures

The UA Art Museum displays the wealth of Hispanic culture in Tucson.
By Margaret Regan

Correspondents' School

William Prochnau remembers how it was in the early days of the Vietnam War.
By Mari Wadsworth

Bleak Geek

Read Gary Lutz's Stories in the Worst Way just before you take that eternal dirt nap.
By Buzz Click

Word On The Street

Danny Vinik, Mark Muhlestein, and Ted Loman

Media Mix

Local literary lion Tom Miller discusses Cuba, a nation with which he is on intimate terms.


The B & B Café is a real theatre crowd pleaser.
By Rebecca Cook

Chow Scan

Chow Scan is Tucson Weekly's selective guide to Tucson restaurants. Reviews are indexed by both category and alphabet and there are over 100 restaurants reviewed, so go grab yourself a fork and dig in.

Out There

The first of three parts on exploring the wilds of Baja, California.
By Kevin Franklin


Remembering a good life well and truly lived.
By Tom Danehy

Review Forum

Tell us what's hot and what's shot on the local arts scene. We're looking for your views on visual, theatrical, dance and God only knows what else creations by the more refined souls among us.

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