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2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Got Gear? (weekly)

        Electronic-music trailblazers Not Breathing play a rare home gig
            by Gene Armstrong
            In his workshop, Tucson electronics experimenter Dave Wright can resemble a mad scientist ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Fill in the Blanks (weekly)

        Invisible Theatre does well with the amusing yet insubstantial '2 Across'
            by Sherilyn Forrester
            Jerry Mayer knows how to write a compact, witty, lighthearted script ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Random Shots (weekly)

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2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        At warp speed; Guilty, butt not as charged
            by Anna Mirocha
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2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Suuns: Zeroes QC (Secretly Canadian) (weekly)

        by Annie Holub
            Just so you know, Montreal-based band Suuns is managed by a friend of mine. That disclosed, we can get to the brilliance of Zeroes QC, the band's first full-length, an homage ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Don't Look (weekly)

        'Skyline' looks cheap and adds nothing to the alien-invasion genre
            by Colin Boyd
            Piercing blue lights are the first sign of trouble. Within minutes of their arrival ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
City Week (weekly)

        Vegetarian Taxidermy; Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Tchaikovsky and Friends; Tucson Roller Derby and the Arizona State Conference; Every Woman
            by Erica Arvizu
            Dead Heads ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Santa's Book List (weekly)

        Grab an indie paperback for nice (and naughty) readers
            by Jarret Keene
            It was another great year for books, especially small-press and independent titles. Kindle, Nooks ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Media Watch (weekly)

        Jameson resigns as Tucson Newspapers CEO; Lee profits increase, largely on basis of cuts; Cable and satellite numbers also on the decline; Germs, germs, everywhere germs!
            by John Schuster ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Soundbites (weekly)

        Help the needy; enjoy great music; Fists vs. plains; Get the hanky ready
            by Stephen Seigel
            HELP THE NEEDY; ENJOY GREAT MUSIC Thanksgiving is just around the corner, ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Preaching to the Choir (weekly)

        'Roundup' features a handful of Western-writing gems—and too much ho-hum prose
            by Christine Wald-Hopkins
            It can't be easy to keep alive the flame of reading Westerns ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Weekly Wide Web (weekly)

        Thanks, 'Warlight,' for Ruining My Life; The week on The Range; Comment of the week; Best of WWW; and more!
            by Dan Gibson
            I knew my life had taken an unfortunate turn ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Nobunny: First Blood (Goner) (weekly)

        by Billups Allen
            Rock 'n' roll will remain dangerous for a while longer in the hands of a masked man known as Nobunny. His latest album, First Blood, does not contain the same hodgepodge of ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
The Voters Have Spoken ... and They're Schizophrenic (weekly)

        by Jimmy Boegle
            It appears that we finally have all of the election results in (save the results of an automatic recount of a statewide proposition that few people care all that much about ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Now Showing at Home (weekly)

        Modern Times (Blu-ray); The Six Million Dollar Man: The Complete Collection; The Sound of Music: 45th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray)
            by Bob Grimm
            Modern Times (Blu-ray ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
T Q&A (weekly)

        Dave Greene
            by Mari Herreras
            Dave Greene is the director of the new Big Brothers Big Sisters community donation center at 4650 N. Flowing Wells Road, which opened in ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Joy on CD and Vinyl (weekly)

        Despite an apparent decrease in box-set releases, there are still plenty of amazing gift-giving options
            by Gene Armstrong
            Could it be that the number of special music ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Trouble at Home (weekly)

        A nonprofit that helps veterans in need is facing a severe financial and organizational crisis
            by Mari Herreras
            Vietnam veteran George Dellitt says Comin' Home saved ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Top Ten in Music (weekly)

        The 17th St. Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Nov. 12, 2010
            The 17th St. Guitar and World Music StoreÂ’s top sales for the week ending Nov. 12, 2010 1.… ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Top Ten in Books (weekly)

        Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Nov. 12, 2010
            Antigone BooksÂ’ best-sellers for the week ending Nov. 12, 2010 1.…
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2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Taggers vs. Tech (weekly)

        Want to get rid of graffiti in your neighborhood? There's an app for that
            by Hank Stephenson
            David Caceres, the assistant manager of the city's go-to graffiti cleaning ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Swans: My Father Will Guide Me up a Rope to the Sky (Young God) (weekly)

        by Gene Armstrong
            "No Words/No Thoughts," the first track on the first Swans album in 14 years, begins with the pealing of church bells but soon moves into four minutes of guitar and bass ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Danehy (weekly)

        Tom responds to gun-toting diners, city budget cuts and business school
            by Tom Danehy
            Refusing to live in, on or even near the Internet, I still get all of my real news ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Neighborhood Joint (weekly)

        Dry River Company brings tasty pizzas and all sorts of other goodies to the eastside
            by Rita Connelly
            Friends on the eastside bend my ear about the dearth of good restaurants ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Flawed but Fun (weekly)

        Two kid-themed adult plays deserve your love—even if they both need to grow up a bit
            by Nathan Christensen
            I hope I don't sound like a bad person when I say that ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)

The city's two police radar vans are scheduled to snap
photographs of speeders at these locations today, according to the
Tucson Police Department:

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Deaths (starnet-local)

The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations
are given if available.

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Wednesday, Nov. 17

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Refugee seeking Sudan water well, children's school (starnet-local)

A well for fresh water and a children's school.

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Public access for telescope data in works (starnet-local)

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope is an impressive astronomy
project that will allow scientists to conduct sophisticated
research with cutting-edge data.

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
169 boys will attain rank of Eagle Scout (starnet-local)

Eric Huelsman says he's relied on Boy Scouts for guidance,
knowledge and companionship throughout his life.

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Thrift store to give shelter pets better life (starnet-local)

Now there's another ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Population of turkeys takes wing in the wild (starnet-local)

Turkeys - best known ... read more

2010-11-18 \Tucson\News\Daily\Nov 18 2010\
Board votes to terminate Tucson police officer (starnet-local)

A Tucson Police Department board voted Wednesday to fire Officer
Michelle Preiss, a 16-year-veteran. The termination is effective

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Deadline is July 1 to avert state shutdown (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Arizona lawmakers and the governor have just over a week to do what they haven't been able to do for months — agree on a budget and avert a state shutdown.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
300th local Habitat for Humanity home (starnet-local)
Habitat for Humanity Tucson is celebrating the completion of the 300th home built in 30 years of service in the local community.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Western Union rejects accusations of 'blood wires' (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — The bleeding body of Mexican immigrant Javier Resendiz Martinez drew the attention of police when they raided a bungalow on North 63rd Avenue in Phoenix four years ago after reports of gunshots.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Study seeks military spouses (starnet-local)
When her Air Force husband was sent to war, Jessie Borelli recalls it as "one of the worst things that ever happened to me."

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Tucson oddity : Santa Cruz sand trout an artistic inspiration (starnet-local)
As the clouds begin to bubble up over the mountains around Tucson, talk of the monsoon and its propensity for wash-filling downpours spreads through the region.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Bonnie Henry : Pioneer pool builder helped keep us afloat (starnet-local)
A gunite machine is a wondrous thing. With it, you can build bomb shelters, irrigation ditches or swimming pools.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
A fitting day for superdad: Cosby delivers superb humor (starnet-local)
The calendar said Father's Day Sunday, but ask comedian Bill Cosby and he will tell you it's just a date.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)
    The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations today, according to the Tucson Police Department:

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Life stories : Librarian vividly remembered (starnet-local)
Before there was Google, there was Daphne Scott.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Road runner : Fewer deaths tied to dip in rural driving (starnet-local)
You wouldn't know it from the seeming frequency of fatal crashes in and around Tucson lately, but fewer people have been dying on the nation's roads recently.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Killing lions to save sheep faulted (starnet-local)
The Kofa National Wildlife refuge, 665,000 acres of rugged mountains and desert plains in Western Arizona, made a national environmental group's top 10 list of imperiled wildlife refuges for this year.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Education Notes (starnet-local)
  TUSD trying to solve textbook tracking

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Neighbors Briefs (starnet-local)

    NORTH side

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Police seek kin in slayings of Phoenix boy, grandma (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Police on Sunday were looking for a suspect in the beating deaths of a 14-year-old Phoenix boy and his grandmother.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Area NW of Florence is set to get a name (starnet-local)
CASA GRANDE — A 67-square-mile area northwest of Florence that was once farmland and now is home to 80,000 residents is on the verge of getting an official name.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Court asked to toss Brewer suit (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — State lawmakers want the Arizona Supreme Court to throw out a lawsuit by Gov. Jan Brewer seeking to force them to send her the budget they have approved.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Lawmakers look for options (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Legislative leaders are exploring ways to keep at least some of state government operating beyond June 30 even as they insist their contingency plans are unnecessary.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Northwest Medical Center opens wound-care facility (starnet-local)
People suffering from chronic wounds on the Northwest Side can now get treatment closer to home, since Northwest Medical Center opened the first wound center in the area last month.

2009-06-22 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 22 2009\
Final round of U.S. Open resumes Monday (kvoa)
The final round resumes at 8:30 a.m. on KVOA. As a result, the Today Show on NBC will be preempted.

2008-10-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 05 2008\
TUSD facing a tough sell on spending hike (starnet-local)
Tucson Unified School District officials are hoping taxpayers will be willing to pony up an additional $28 million a year in tax revenues so the district can shrink class sizes, expand arts programs and entice more teachers to take hard-to-fill jobs. ... read more

2008-10-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 05 2008\
A strong will to live propels him forward (starnet-local)
Dermatologist Dr. John Moseley goes to work on Dennis Pickard's body, holding a canister of liquid nitrogen.

2008-10-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 05 2008\
UA may raise class-level units (starnet-local)
While you can't be held back a year in college, a proposed change to how the UA ranks undergraduates could force students to retain their current grade level if they don't take enough classes each semester.

2008-10-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 05 2008\
Dialysis firms expand here (starnet-local)
The two dominant national dialysis companies are positioning themselves to profit from the growing market in Southern Arizona.

2008-10-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 05 2008\
'I've had my share of troubles' (starnet-local)
At times death rears its head during Alfredo Lucero's dialysis treatments. But Alfredo is not ready to die.

2008-10-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 05 2008\
Renal disease on the rise; 1 person in 9 now has it (starnet-local)
Chances are good that you, or someone you love, will someday face the risk of kidney failure.

2008-10-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 05 2008\
Faith, family keep her going (starnet-local)
On a clear morning in May, Imelda Easton feels energized and  strong. She's driving to Ash Canyon in the Huachuca Mountains, just south of Sierra Vista.

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