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Political characters have been good for local businesses.

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The town, which once housed 1000s of minors, now welcomes 1000s of tourists each day.

Mexican Director's 'The Thin Yellow Line' Debuts in Tucson

Interview with Celso Garcia, review of his tale of men assigned to dangerous job.

Finding Navajo: Movie Helps Kids Preserve Native Tongue

'Finding Nemo' in Navajo is one way nation works to preserve heritage.

Tucson's African Community Celebrates Black History

UA Professor has seen "significant growth and development" in Tucson's black community

All Souls: Tucson's Annual Celebration of Life and Death

2015 procession estimated to be the largest in event's 25-year history.

The State of Art - Arizona Style

Historic Tucson Museum of Art show celebrates range, diversity from Arizona artists.

Old, Eccentric, Classic– Street Rod Has Broad Definition

Rodders Days brings car lovers together

Group Seeks Funding to Restore San Xavier East Tower

Nonprofit 'Patronato' has $800,000, hopes to raise $3 million, finish project in five years.

Tucson High School's Class of 1945 Celebrates 70th Reunion

In their late 80s, former classmates lunch together - perhaps for the last time

Cyclovia Crowds To Take Over Downtown Streets

Twice-a-year free event boosts people-powered transportation

Tucson Author Elizabeth Gunn Interviews 'A Lot of Cops' to Nail Scenes

Festival of Books speaker shares her writing life, features local sites in her mystery stories.

Tens of Thousands Expected to Participate in Tucson Cycling Event

Cyclovia will take place Nov. 2; attendees will have 2.6 miles of car-free streets for themselves.

Who Funds Tucson's All Souls Procession?

Globally known annual commemoration of life, death marks 25th anniversary; will receive financial aid from city for first time in 2014.

Neighbors Question Plan to Raze Historic Downtown Motor Hotel

Developer will build low-income housing, housing for homeless veterans; opponents call an important part of Tucson's architectural history.

AZ Underground Film Festival Celebrates Cult Movies for 7th Year

Tucson gets to enjoy low budget, edgy cinema for 9 days at The Screening Room; creator excited to see event grow.

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