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2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Doing Something Good (weekly)

        Jackson Browne, Alice Cooper and other music all-stars join forces to promote civility and respect
            by Eric Swedlund
            Jackson Browne has lent his voice to Tucson in the past, using music to heal and inspire ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Top Ten in Books (weekly)

        Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011
            Antigone Books' best-sellers for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011 1.…
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2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Lives in the Balance (weekly)

        As he recovers from his wounds, Ron Barber looks for ways to help others
            by Jim Nintzel
            Ron Barber doesn't want to be stuck in a recliner in his living room, keeping his damaged leg elevated. "I really ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
PJ Harvey: Let England Shake (Vagrant) (weekly)

        by Sean Bottai
            It still pains me to listen to 1995's To Bring You My Love, PJ Harvey's breakout album. I stopped listening to her for years because of it.…
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2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Guest Commentary (weekly)

        SB 1339 shows how megalomaniacal this year's Arizona Legislature has become
            by Steve Kozachik
            A. Any agency final rule that has an impact on the private sector in this state is repealed from and after ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Way South of the Border (weekly)

        Delicious Peruvian food has come to Tucson's southside via Rocky Point
            by Jacqueline Kuder
            The southside is a sea of Mexican-food restaurants, both good and bad—and the recent addition of a true ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Domestic Dysfunction (weekly)

        Take your pick of family horrors: Beowulf's Irish 'Beauty Queen,' or Etcetera's Yankee 'Kimberly Akimbo'
            by Nathan Christensen
            Why is it that contemporary theater, film and television are so full of dysfunctional ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Random Shots (weekly)

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2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Media Watch (weekly)

        NBCÂ’s rugby coverage good news for Sitton; Journal pegs Holly as new operations manager; KIIMÂ’s Jackson cracks program-director top 20
            by John Schuster
            NBC'S RUGBY COVERAGE GOOD NEWS FOR SITTON While ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Top Ten in Music (weekly)

        The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011
            The 17th Street Guitar and World Music Store's top sales for the week ending Feb. 25, 2011 1.… ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Gross Gags (weekly)

        'Hall Pass' is a typical Farrelly brothers film: It's fairly funny and rather disgusting
            by Bob Grimm
            Hall Pass continues a string of relatively funny—if not altogether sidesplitting—films ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Rez Ball (weekly)

        In Native American communities throughout Arizona, basketball is king
            by Tom Danehy
            Indian reservations in this country deal with a duality in that they are sovereign nations inside another nation (or ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Amy Rude and Heartbeast: Can You Hear Me Crying Through the Walls? (Self-Released) (weekly)

        by Carl Hanni
            Tucson-via-Portland, Ore.'s Amy Rude and her killer band, Heartbeast, are back with her most ambitious and fully realized CD to date. Can You Hear ... is a significant step forward for Rude in almost ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Mailbag (weekly)

        Police Dispatch shouldn't cover people with mental illness; Hoffman's iron-clad logic; El Encanto has a long history of fighting and losing; What if John Kromko had ...; TUSD board couldn't realistically respond to ethnic-studies ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Noshing Around (weekly)

        New: The Tasteful Kitchen; Mother Hubbard's Cafe; Mardi Gras Grub; The Great Irish Cook-Off
            by Adam Borowitz
            New: The Tasteful Kitchen A gourmet vegetarian restaurant called the Tasteful Kitchen has opened ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Poetic Production (weekly)

        The Rogue Theatre does justice to Harold Pinter's puzzling 'Old Times'
            by Sherilyn Forrester
            Playwright Harold Pinter can be puzzling. Indeed, he often seems to delight in being puzzling.… ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
New Options (weekly)

        Developers could get more leeway in the Warehouse District under proposed zoning changes
            by Dave Devine
            Proposed new zoning regulations could have significant long-term implications for downtown's historic ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Nine Questions (weekly)

        Leah Stauber
            by Kristine Peashock
            Leah Stauber moved to Tucson in 1999 to study anthropology. While finishing her dissertation on Chicano-youth activism, Leah teaches at Tucson Yoga by night and helps ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
A Logic Game (weekly)

        by Jimmy Boegle
            The eighth anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq is coming up later this month. To mark this occasion, let's play a logic game.…
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2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Top Ten in Movies (weekly)

        Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Feb. 27, 2011
            Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending Feb. 27, 2011 1.…
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2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Mexican Masterpieces (weekly)

        by Jazmine Woodberry
            The group behind Tucson Cine Mexico hopes to build on the momentum from last year's festival, which included one film that packed a Harkins Tucson Spectrum 18 theater to capacity—with 200 ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Ask a Mexican! (weekly)

        by Gustavo Arellano
            Dear Mexican: I am a mocha-skinned woman with long, curly hair and dark-brown eyes. Puerto Ricans always ask if I am Puerto Rican; Dominicans just come and start speaking Spanish; Cubans ask if ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Legislative Landslide (weekly)

        Russell Pearce unveils his new immigration bill. Plus: guns on campus, stripping health care from the poor and a challenge to birthright citizenship
            by Jim Nintzel
            Senate President Russell Pearce, who ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Moody and Sweet (weekly)

        Gwyneth and Monko's country-folk tunes feature touches of edgy rock
            by Gene Armstrong
            Part of what makes traditional music relevant in this day and age is the content," says singer-songwriter Gwyneth ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Hibernian Happenings (weekly)

        Gear up for St. Patrick's Day with a good ol' book—or perhaps a more lively pursuit or two
            by Margaret Regan
            In Ireland, every day of the week, two pages of The Book of Kells are on public view ... read more

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

Today's Caliente section includes an error on Page 23. The
caption for the smaller photo on that page misidentifies the band
name. It should read The Dusty Buskers.

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

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

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Boys and Girls Clubs, 2 other groups will be Angel Charity beneficiaries (starnet-local)

Three local organizations - the Boys and Girls Clubs, Tucson
Children's Museum and Therapeutic Riding of Tucson - are the 2011
beneficiaries of the Angel Charity for Children.

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

Drawings for Wednesday, March 2

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Josh Brodesky: Garden where Mr. Redmond's life took root (starnet-local)

His chattering chickens ... read more

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
Senate OKs allowing firearms in public buildings (starnet-local)

PHOENIX -- State senators voted Wednesday to strip officials
from keeping guns out of government buildings unless agency is
willing to spend the money to install metal detectors.

2011-03-03 \Tucson\News\Daily\Mar 03 2011\
'Wiener Nationals' race to be held in Tucson tomorrow (starnet-local)

The Wienerschnitzel ... read more

2010-06-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 20 2010\
Sen. Al Melvin: Too Busy for Debates (weekly)

        State Sen. Al Melvin (R-LD26)Republican ... read more

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Arts Show defuses mental-health stigma (starnet-local)
One way to fight stigma is to make it hard to tell the difference between what's supposedly different and what's the norm.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Taxpayer Watch: Serious ruts menace drivers on stravenue (starnet-local)
Cracks several inches wide run the entire width of South Champion Stravenue on the south side.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
22 years for stabbing victim 100+ times (starnet-local)
A 45-year-old homeless man who admitted he stabbed another man more than 100 times was sentenced to 22 years in prison Monday, the maximum prison sentence possible under his plea agreement.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Driver gets 16 years for killing in crash (starnet-local)
A 28-year-old man who killed a friend of his when he lost control of a stolen Jeep loaded with 400 pounds of marijuana was sentenced to 16 years in prison Monday.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Man who killed a mom of 3 gets life with parole possible (starnet-local)
A 22-year-old Tucson man was sentenced to life in prison Monday in the slaying of a 27-year-old mother of three. But not before he proclaimed his innocence to the judge.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Man who died in fire on NW side is ID'd (starnet-local)
A man who died Sunday in a house fire on the northwest side has been identified.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Drexel Heights Fire District carries safety rules to nine schools in area (starnet-local)
As part of National Fire Prevention month, members of the Drexel Heights Fire District are visiting nine schools.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 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:

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Brewer: Some programs, services to end (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Arizonans should expect some programs and services they now use to disappear entirely because of the budget crunch, Gov. Jan Brewer said Monday.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
'Community poet' Inman dies at 86; he had unique style (starnet-local)
Tucson poet Will Inman's freestyle verse spoke of everyday struggles, social      injustices and his own emotional pain.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
Arizona State Museum cancels Indian Art Fair (starnet-local)
The Arizona State Museum has canceled the annual Southwest Indian Art Fair because of state budget cuts.

2009-10-06 \Tucson\News\Daily\Oct 06 2009\
UA scientists' project could revolutionize meteorology (starnet-local)
UA researchers say the same cosmic-ray technology developed during the Cold War race to build nuclear weapons can be used to predict weather and document climate change.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
The Obama phenomenon (citizen-local)
Barack Obama becomes the 44th president at an intersection of cultural, social, economic and political change rarely seen in American history.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Reduced use could force cuts for Tucson Water (citizen-local)
A recession could be water conservation's best friend. It can also be a water utility's budget bugbear.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Denogean: Tucson activist sees life's work pay off (citizen-local)
It would take more than freezing temperatures and health problems to keep 70-year-old Tucsonan Samuel Newsome from attending the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama in Washington, D.C.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Hundreds turn out for Tucson MLK Day events (citizen-local)
About 1,000 people gathered Monday to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Reid Park's DeMeester Outdoor Center with food and music.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Man dressed as delivery driver robs money store (citizen-local)
Peoria police say a man dressed as a delivery driver robbed a check cashing store of $50,000 Monday afternoon.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Motorcycle wreck leads to Scottsdale road closure (citizen-local)
Scottsdale police closed the intersection of 90th Street and Shea Boulevard Monday evening after a serious motorcycle accident.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
18-hour surgery gives conjoined twins lives of their own (citizen-local)
Dr. Stuart Lacey stood over the table and looked down at the  boys.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
More than $93M spent on endangered Mojave desert tortoise (citizen-local)
Leathery, shy and a bit world-weary, the Mojave desert tortoise doesn't come across as a high roller.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Regents may allow more out-of-state students (citizen-local)
The Arizona Board of Regents will consider amending the limit on out-of-state undergraduate students at Arizona's three public universities Thursday in an effort to enhance revenue during the economic downturn.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Volunteers needed to pull buffelgrass Feb. 7 (citizen-local)
The Pima Association of Governments is looking for volunteers to help dig out invasive buffelgrass Feb. 7, according to a news release.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Free dog or cat for first 10 shelter customers Saturday (citizen-local)
A free dog or cat is on the agenda for the first 10 customers at a number of shelters nationwide on Saturday.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Fair to help students find right middle school (citizen-local)
Do you have a child who will be making the transition from elementary to middle school in the fall?

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Inauguration crowd count could hinge on ASU prof, high-tech balloon (citizen-local)
With the U.S. Park Police no longer in the crowd-counting business, it could be up to a high-tech balloon to calculate how many people show up on the National Mall on Tuesday to witness President-elect Barack Obama's historic swearing-in ceremony.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
African immigrants feel special link with Obama (citizen-local)
Much attention has been paid to Barack Obama becoming the nation's first Black president, but his ties to Africa highlight an often-overlooked outcome of the civil-rights movement: African immigration.

2009-01-20 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 20 2009\
Deaths (citizen-local)
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