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2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Picture This: Moonlight Serenade (weekly)

Tucson continues to have beautiful weather while other parts of the country are seeing snow.
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2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Acoustic Version of "Friday" Somehow More Terrible Than the Original (weekly)

        The Rebecca Black "Reclaim-Her-Public-Image-She's-Just-A-Kid-Why-Are-You-So-Mean?" project is in full effect, with the teenager performing her now famous ode to a day of the week with a simpler, Autotune-less backdrop on Good ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Sound Strike at SXSW (weekly)

        So I'm too busy doing research here at SXSW to tell you much about the Sound Strike panel right now, but fortunately Martin Cizmar of Phoenix New Times has a wrap-up of how it went yesterday:Tucson Weekly's calender editor, ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Shameless Attempt to Get More Comic Book Fan Traffic (weekly)

        Entertainment Weekly has the first look at Adrianne Palicki, formerly of Friday Night Lights, as Wonder Woman, from the forthcoming TV series from David E. Kelley. From my days watching the Superfriends, I seem to remember her ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Horne: Ethic Studies Supporters = Thuggish Mob (weekly)

        When you're Tom Horne, and a blogger shoots video of you being followed and surrounded by chanting protesters—many of whom are students protesting anti-immigrant legislation—should you ignore the video, and move ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Ruling: Mini-Dorms Are Not Single Family Residences (weekly)

        It's not too farfetched to call today's ruling by the city of Tucson's zoning administrator potentially historic; after all it concerns Michael Goodman and mini-dorms, a powerful combination and a growing epidemic in neighborhoods ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Is This Why My Facebook Page Keeps Playing the National Anthem? (weekly)

        The U.S. military has plans to use social-networking sites to spread pro-American propaganda, according to a British newspaper.
The really freaky part is that the plans call for operatives to pose as normal people while spreading ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Finally, Daryl Hall's Hair in Infographic Form (weekly)

Talent, songwriting ability, live shows: these are all factors that are generally considered when we think about musicians and their impact on the rock era. However, when you really get down to it, isn't hair the biggest factor ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Good News of the Day: Missing Vail Girl Found (weekly)

        From the Pima County Sheriff's Office:
On March 18, 2011, at approximately 1:00 a.m., Ashley Kingsbury and Jordan Anthony were located in Texas. A bank teller in Galveston recognized them and contacted the Pima County Sheriff ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Northwest-Side GLBT Bar Getting New Name, New Look (weekly)

        The Coyote Moon Pub, located at 915 W. Prince Road, will next month become Pulse Tucson.
Here's the press release:
Coming April 2011: The all new Pulse Tucson, a brand new venue for the GLBT community.… ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Writer Urrea on Ethnic Studies (weekly)

        If you missed going to the Save Ethnic Studies fundraiser hosted by writer Luis Alberto Urrea at Maynards on Sunday, March 13, you missed a fantastic evening ,which included Urrea reading a poem from his book Vatos.
Lucky for ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Linda Ray Reporting From SXSW, Volume 2 (weekly)

        Linda Ray gives us a sense of what the streets of Austin are like during SXSW.

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2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
If You're Unlucky Enough to Have to Work Today, Here's the Game (weekly)

        This year, you can watch all of the NCAA men's basketball tournament games online (although with a lot of Coke Zero ads interspersed), so as long as you have a computer, you can kill your productivity around 11:45 today.
NCAAMMOD3 ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Sierra Club: State Budget Destroys State Parks, Puts Entire AZ Water System at Risk (weekly)

        There's plenty to hate in the budget that the Arizona Senate passed last week, with local Sens. Al Melvin and Frank Antenori voting in favor. Sandy Bahr of the Sierra Club runs down the environmental consequences, including ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
I Miss When Team Rap Songs Seemed Like a Good Idea (weekly)

        While this Harvey Mason Jr. written "song" was wildly popular among my friends riding the school bus in 1988, it doesn't seem to hold up that well, but it is still amusing, if only to note that Steve Kerr doesn't look all that ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
They Did the Right Thing, So Say Thanks (weekly)

        It's easy, courtesy of Border Action Network, and your mother taught you to always say thank you—so send a computer generated thank-you note to the Arizona senators who voted against five immigration bills yesterday:
Nancy ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
County Administrator Responds (weekly)

        We did not hear back from Chuck Huckelberry by the press time for this week's story about Pima County retirees' health insurance, "Health Matters." However, the Pima County administrator was able to respond to our questions ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Torturous Beauty Devices: The Blood We Shed for Looks (weekly)

        Spring weather has sprung in Tucson, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time to break out the torturous beauty devices.

Winter’s colder weather has afforded us the privacy of long pants and jackets that allow ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Hey Baby! Art Opposing Sexual Violence: Seeking Submissions (weekly)

        April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and in conjunction with that, youth at the Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA) are looking for submissions for a new exhibition series.
Hey Baby!… ... read more

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Tucson Weekly TV: Secrets of Tucson Bartenders, Craft Liquor Edition (weekly)

        To go with our article on microdistilling in this week's Yum! section, Hotel Congress bar manager Aaron DeFeo shows us how to make one of their cocktails featuring craft whiskey.…
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2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Blood donations (starnet-local)

The American Red Cross will be seeking blood donors at these
times and places in the area next week. To schedule an appointment,
call 1-800-733-2767.

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Air Force variety show to 'rock Tucson' (starnet-local)

Lady Gaga may not exemplify military values, but her music will
be part of a tribute to the troops in Tucson this weekend.

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
194 groups, people give to Sportsmen's Fund (starnet-local)

So far this year, 194 people, families, businesses and
organizations have donated a total of $22,412 for children to go to
camp this summer.

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)

The city's two police radar vans are scheduled to snap
photographs of speeders at these locations today:

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Ben's Bells: Working to 'repair the world' means aiding strangers in need (starnet-local)

The recipient of this week's Ben's Bell is Judy Reisman, a Ph.D.
in the field of mental health, who goes out of her way to help
strangers in need.

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Friday, March 18

2011-03-19 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 19 2011\
Nationwide training in first aid is today (starnet-local)

A nationwide first-aid training called "Save A Life Saturday" in
honor of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is set for today.

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Your Last Chance To See "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" at The Loft (weekly)

If you haven't yet seen The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo at the Loft Cinema, you'd better hurry. The run ends Thursday. Details here.
We'd rate the mystery thriller as one of favorite flicks of the year—and we're usually not all that patient ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Nonsense About Kidnappings In Phoenix (weekly)

        In yesterday's interview on This Week, U.S. Sen. John McCain repeated his claim about Phoenix being the No. 2 spot in the world for kidnappings.
That claim has been debunked by the gang at, "Kidnapping capital" is a headline ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Dougherty: No Robocalls! (weekly)

        U.S. Senate candidate John Dougherty, who is facing former Tucson City Council member Rodney Glassman, former state lawmaker Cathy Eden and labor organizer Randy Parraz in the Democratic primary, says you won't be getting any robocalls from him ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Friday Roundtable: Immigration, City Sales Tax & Buz Mills, Big Spender (weekly)

A little delayed because of Independence Day (and let's face it, it's not like you were visiting our site on your holiday weekend), but here's last Friday's Roundtable segment from Arizona Illustrated.Topics include whether the city should seek ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Friday Roundtable: Democrat Randy Parraz Interview (weekly)

Democrat Randy Parraz, who is in a four-way race against former Tucson City Council member Rodney Glassman, investigative journalist John Dougherty and former state lawmaker Cathy Eden in the run for U.S. Sen. John McCain's seat, visits Arizona ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
McCain on Afghanistan: "Now Is the Time to Continue This Mission" (weekly)
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2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Coming Soon: Flavor of India (weekly)

        The owners of Gandhi Cuisine of India are opening a new restaurant in Oro Valley.
Flavor of India is expected to open in about two months at 12112 N. Rancho Vistoso Blvd., said Mukhtiar Singh, who owns Gandhi Cuisine of India at 150 W. Fort Lowell ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Tucson's Everyday People: Old Time Artisans Ghosts Stories with Eddie Gallego 1 of 6 (weekly)

        In this six-part series of videos by UA School of Journalism Blair Kurland, Old Time Artisans resident storyteller Eddie Gallego recounts spooky tales of unearthly happenings at the old downtown shop.

The Stake in the Desk
Here's a short piece ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Democratic Double: LD26 Dems Way Ahead in Fundraising (weekly)

        The latest campaign finance reports show Democratic legislative candidates Cheryl Cage and Representative Nancy Young Wright cleaning up in swing District 26.
Senate candidate Cheryl Cage raised roughly $38,000—or more than double what ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
CD8: Paton's New Ad (weekly)

Republican Jonathan Paton, who is one of five candidates in the GOP primary that will decide who challenges Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Congressional District 8, unveils a new Web ad.
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2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
E-mail of the Day (Thus Far) (weekly)

        From: Jack FrazerSent: Monday, July 05, 2010 9:39 AMTo: Jimmy BoegleSubject: stupid
you are like all media only print a little truth  when you state no automatic citizenship forpeople born in the u.s.a . what he is talking about are the wetbacks ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Neighborhood Briefs (starnet-local)


2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Water for the needy (starnet-local)

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Duds were a dud, until now (starnet-local)

Local blogger Kevin ... read more

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Monday, July 5

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
San Xavier Rd. offramp shut Thurs. night (starnet-local)

The northbound Interstate 19 offramp at San Xavier Road will
close on Thursday night for repair of guardrails in the area.

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Near drowning Sunday was 6th such incident in Tucson area this year (starnet-local)

A 5-year-old boy who was pulled from a north side apartment pool Sunday afternoon after slipping under the water is the sixth near-drowing in the Tucson area this year, authorities said.

2010-07-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jul 06 2010\
Police ID bicyclist killed when he crashed into vehicle downtown (starnet-local)

A bicyclist was killed ... read more

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Ex-UA football player's trial begins (starnet-local)
The sexual assault trial of a former UA football player began Thursday with the testimony of his alleged victim, a 20-year-old UA junior.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
When cutting class is all right (starnet-local)
For Julie Wagner, it all began at age 7, when she cut the hair off her Barbie dolls.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Study suggests host of ways to generate funds for state parks (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — The state park system needs an infusion of outside cash, possibly from a surcharge on vehicle license taxes, to keep it from collapsing, according to a new report.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Deaths (starnet-local)

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

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Injectable flu vaccine for Tucson runs out in just over two hours (starnet-local)
If you were hoping for an H1N1 vaccine injection this week, you're out of luck.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
'It's a real confidence builder' (starnet-local)
Somewhere in space, satellites that spin among the stars have made darkness less depressing for Marine Corps veteran Dan Standage.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
DPS report: Driver over 112 mph in fiery fatality (starnet-local)
A Tucson man was driving between 112 and 117 mph when he crashed into the back of an Arizona Department of Public Safety cruiser on Interstate 10 in June, killing a woman detained in the back seat, DPS investigators have concluded in a report made public ... read more

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Legally blind woman gets 2 years in failed carjacking attempt (starnet-local)
An 18-year-old legally blind woman with a bad heart who tried to carjack a man at a northside pharmacy last April was sentenced to two years in prison Thursday.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 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:

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Legislator wants to go for voter OK to raid special funds to plug shortfall (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Arizona voters need to give lawmakers permission to raid some special funds to get the state out of its immediate financial hole, the chairman of the House Appropriations Committee said Thursday.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Law and Order (starnet-local)

  Pair found slain were 'violently attacked'

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
TPD unit to combat 'epidemic' of graffiti (starnet-local)
The Tucson Police Department is joining with the Pima County Attorney's Office and private businesses to rid the walls throughout Tucson of graffiti.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Jewish food fest, cook-off will benefit food bank, too (starnet-local)
Tantalizing beef brisket sandwiches, steaming chicken matzo ball soup, hummus and pita, pierogi, shish kebabs, decadent desserts and many more mouthwatering foods will be offered at the second annual Jewish Food Festival and Family Fun Fair.

2009-10-23 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 23 2009\
Jimmy's forecast (starnet-local)
A dry northwesterly flow will bring a slow rise in daytime highs through the weekend. Expect highs to remain in the mid-80s through the first of next week. Then, a pretty strong low-pressure trough will push high  temperatures down into the mid-70s in ... read more

2009-02-05 \Tucson\News\Daily\Feb 05 2009\
The Good Guy (weekly)
Death threats be damned, undercover cop Jay Dobyns isn't running anymore

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