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2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
The Skinny (weekly)

        Political activist Shaun McClusky can help pay the salary of a cop—if he pays his $18K fine from the city of Tucson ... Why don't Republicans at the Arizona Legislature just scrap health insurance for the poor? … Clean Elections is ... read more

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
¡Ask a Mexican! (weekly)

        by Gustavo Arellano
            Dear Mexican: This güero downloaded Arizona's SB 1070, did a search on the document for "Mexicans," and did not come up with a single hit. What's up with that?&hellip ... read more

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Higher Level of Expression (weekly)

        The legendary John McLaughlin gets set to show Tucsonans the 4th Dimension
            by Gene Armstrong
            Legendary British musician John McLaughlin is revered by many as one of ... read more

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Pipe work to narrow Grant Road (starnet-local)

Construction crews will work on a sewer-repair project today
through Wednesday on West Grant Road between North 10th and 11th

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Saturday, Dec. 4

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 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:

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Rush is on to apply as medical pot shop (starnet-local)

PHOENIX - One potential pot shop in Arizona would teach
customers how to cook marijuana into treats like cookies and

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Yuma Marine unit gets famed aviator's personal items (starnet-local)

When retired Air Force officer Greg Boyington Jr. decided to
preserve some of his famous father's possessions, the choice of
what to do with them was easy.

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Nogales turns out to help kids (starnet-local)

The Nogales community ... read more

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Tucson Oddity: Old water tower now historical landmark (starnet-local)

Something looms large ... read more

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Celebrating Mexico's patron saint (starnet-local)

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
UA-linked effort aims to retool workings of Net (starnet-local)

The Internet lets us ... read more

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Fruit trees re-create Tucson's birthplace (starnet-local)

The trees came from ... read more

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Woman dies in shooting at midtown residence (starnet-local)

A woman was slain in a midtown home Sunday night, authorities

2010-12-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 06 2010\
Macy's Santa is coming to Tucson Mall (starnet-local)

Santa will be in Tucson at 6 p.m. Monday to enjoy cookies and
cocoa with local children, read to them and collect their Christmas
wish lists.

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Noshing Around (weekly)

        Zoofari Café; New Cajun Food; Eat More Pie; Noshing Notes
            by Adam Borowitz
          Zoofari Café The concession stand at the Reid Park Zoo has been converted into Zoofari Caf ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Artistic Sensibilities (weekly)

        Margot Kidder joins Chamber Music PLUS to tell the story of a young musician who came before her time
            by Sherilyn Forrester
          Sanda Schuldmann is poised to celebrate the miraculous ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Dance and Magic (weekly)

        Ex-belly dancer Susan Eyed teams with math/magic wiz Roland Sarlot
            by Margaret Regan
          Susan Eyde, former belly dancer, is now Susan Eyed, magician extraordinaire. The Tucson dancer ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists: The Brutalist Bricks (Matador) (weekly)

        by Eric Swedlund
          Whichever fountain Ted Leo draws his energy from has an endless and remarkably consistent stream, rich in the sort of intensity that passes easily from singer to audience. The Brutalist ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Soundbites (weekly)

        The beat goes on; in with the 'in' crowd; groovy music of all persuasions; heavy metal thunder; Congress is definitely in session; local recordings continue to bloom; act fast, or you'll miss out
            by Gene Armstrong ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Top Ten in Books (weekly)

        Antigone Books best-sellers for the week
          Antigone Books best-sellers for the week ending March 19, 2010 1. Food Rules: An Eater's Manual Michael Pollan, Penguin ($11) 2. The Death of Josseline: Immigration ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Failed State (weekly)

        Education advocates take on lawmakers who voted against funding for public schools
            by Mari Herreras
          The next time a state legislator running for office claims that he or she supports ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Danehy (weekly)

        Meet Tom Danehy, a baby boomer from SoCal who has never tried pot
            by Tom Danehy
          Stoners of the world, rejoice! Actually, that should be: Stoners of the world, you suck! However, ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Various Artists: Afro-Rock, Volume One (Strut) (weekly)

        by Carl Hanni
          The subtitle of this collection is: "A collection of rare and unreleased Afro-Beat quarried from across the continent." That aptly sums it up. Originally released in 2001 on Kona Records ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
T Q&A (weekly)

        Kenya Masala
            by Mari Herreras
          Kenya Masala has a big plan to change people's lives with drumming. Masala and his cohorts are planning Za Boom Ba, an interactive rhythm project slated ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Top Ten in Movies (weekly)

        Casa Video's top rentals for the week
          Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending March 21, 2010 1. Up in the Air Paramount 2. Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire Lionsgate 3. A Serious Man ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Financial Hole (weekly)

        Taxes may be on the rise to make up for a shortfall in the city's self-insurance program
            by Dave Devine
          A long string of numerals bracketed within parentheses—signifying deficits ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Tasty to Terrible (weekly)

        Our first visit to the Hog Pit was great; our second was awful
            by Rita Connelly
          Two visits to the Hog Pit Smokehouse Bar and Grill ... two radically different experiences. Experience ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Emotion Exposed! (weekly)

        Noah Baumbach twists a clichéd romance-movie trope to make it seem new again with 'Greenberg'
            by James DiGiovanna
          The one thing that separates us from our robot masters is ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
City Week (weekly)

        An Evening With Spike Lee; Book-signing by B.J. Kurtz; "Art Fights" Art Show and MMA Demo; R. Carlos Nakai headlines benefit for KARE Family Center
            by Anna Mirocha
          Through Spike ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Top Ten in Music (weekly)

        Zia Records top sales for the week
          Zia Records top sales for the week ending March 21, 2010 1. The White Stripes Under Great White Northern Lights (Warner Bros.) 2. Jimi Hendrix Valleys of Neptune (Sony ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
History and Help (weekly)

        Proceeds from a tour of Armory Park homes go to feed the hungry
            by Tim Vanderpool
          Given our pathology of self-reliance, hunger doesn't eagerly announce itself in America. So I have ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Metal Conspiracies (weekly)

        Megadeth's Dave Mustaine shares his dark vision of America's ruination
            by Jarret Keene
          Since heavy metal's inception 40 years ago, back when Black Sabbath's eponymous debut was released ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Celebrations of Conservation (weekly)

        by Anna Mirocha
          Tucson definitely has a lot of sun—but we don't have a whole lot of water, a resource that's seemingly getting scarcer each day. So ... how do we take full advantage of the sun, while ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        by Anna Mirocha
          REDNECK FOR LIFE WEST ORANGE GROVE ROAD FEB. 24, 6:44 P.M. A boy's bike was stolen by a self-labeled redneck, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated. A witness reported that he ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
K. Rat (weekly)

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2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
The Skinny (weekly)

        Political prognosis; survey says: J.D. closes in on McCain; neither a borrower nor a texter be
            by Jim Nintzel
          POLITICAL PROGNOSIS Democrats finally pushed their health-care package ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Belting It Out (weekly)

        Tucson 'folk fusion' artist Leila Lopez celebrates the release of her second CD
            by Gene Armstrong
          The songs of Tucson's Leila Lopez, while being what one might ostensibly refer to ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Messina (weekly)

        Temple Emanu-El and its original home celebrate 100 years and reveal a colorful, gritty history of Jews in Arizona
            by Irene Messina
          With a small alcove leading to large glass doors ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Mailbag (weekly)

        Preview Article Didn't Include Everything I Wanted; The Legislature Thinks Restricting Texting Is Oppressive, but Restricting Abortion Is OK?; 'Shrew' Should Be a Drag—Literally; Don't Discuss Issues Regarding First Things First ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
César Chávez mosaic Beltway-bound (starnet-local)

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Neighborhood Briefs (starnet-local)


2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Deaths (starnet-local)

The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations
are stated when available.

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Cancer patient blames toxic burn pits in Iraq (starnet-local)

When she volunteered to work ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Wednesday, March 24

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Wildflowers standing tall (starnet-local)

Prepare for poppies. Start looking ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Police ID man killed in 3-car wreck on Tucson's east side (starnet-local)

A 63-year-old man driving the wrong way on the city's east side was killed Wednesday morning in a three-vehicle crash that shut down part of an intersection, authorities said.

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Old wooden utility poles finding new ways to serve (starnet-local)

As Tucson Electric Power replaces ... read more

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
2 locations here taking part Saturday in 'Passport Day' (starnet-local)

Have you been putting off getting, or renewing, your

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
'Religion and Violence' German scholar's topic (starnet-local)

Heinz Schilling, a professor of history with Germany's Humboldt
University of Berlin, will speak at 7:30 p.m. today as a guest of
the University of Arizona's Division for Late Medieval and

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
We had a bear scare way back in 1951 (starnet-local)

Editor's note: This story ran on July 7, 1951, in the Arizona
Daily Star.

2010-03-25 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 25 2010\
Contrasting views on what to do about dwindling water (starnet-local)

Philip Fradkin, now 75, has written ... read more

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
Updates on the Widening of I-10 from Prince to 29th St. (city)
Important Info Regarding the Widening of I-10 from Prince to 29th St.

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
Speeder cameras effective, say local officials (starnet-local)
The county's speed cameras appear to be slowing down drivers, who've learned where to ease up on the gas pedal.

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
Fraud suit filed against Tucson real estate group (starnet-local)
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard has sued a group of Tucson real estate agents and businesses, alleging the group devised a three-pronged scheme using rent-to-own properties to defraud investors, lenders and home buyers.

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
Weekend might hit 112° (starnet-local)
This weekend could be the hottest so far this year with temperatures expected to reach up to 112 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
AZ fiscal jam has laid-off teachers in area on edge (starnet-local)
Tucson-area school districts are anxiously awaiting the final word on how the new state budget will play out — as are teachers who were laid off earlier this summer amid funding cuts.

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
El Niño's reappearance may steer moisture here (starnet-local)
WASHINGTON — El Niño is back.

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
Baby found in pool by brother remains in critical condition (starnet-local)
An 11-month-old boy remained in critical condition Thursday after he nearly drowned in the family pool Wednesday.

2009-07-10 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 10 2009\
Shooting of boy, 8, no accident, says jury, finding teen guilty (starnet-local)
It took a Pima County jury less than 30 minutes Thursday to reject the idea that last year's shooting of an 8-year-old boy was an accident.

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