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Michelle Obama Coming to Tucson

First lady will campaign, raise money for husband's re-election

AZ Gasoline Prices Fall; Tucson is Lowest

State average at $3.87, second straight week of decline

20-Week Abortion Ban Become AZ Law

Related measure would strip Planned Parenthood of state pass-along fed funding

Episode 66: Consumers Take Charge in Retailing

Businesses ignore customers at their peril, experts agree

Poppy King of Lipstick Queen explains what it takes to be an entrepreneur in this modern era.

Full Interview with 'Lipstick Queen' Poppy King

Shopping has changed, but women's needs and wants haven't, she says

Martha Van Gelder, Director of the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing at the UA discusses the impact of consumerism in Arizona for 2012.

Full Interview with UA Retailing Director Van Gelder

Consumers are in charge now, thanks to technology and recession's effects, she says

thrift store shopping

AZ Week: In Retail, Consumers Take Charge

Technology, remnants of recession put businesses on their toes

House Gives Tentative Approval to Religious Objection Bill

Bill would allow state-licensed professionals, such as attorneys, to opt out of providing certain services

Penny Germain, the Tombstone Rose Festival coordinator, talks about the Tombstone Rose Festival being held on April 13th.

Arizona Illustrated: Thursday, April 12, 2012

Tombstone Rose Festival, locally produced play 'Shackled' and a touch of Tucson history

Senate OKs Contraception Insurance Bill

Legislation to limit coverage of contraception on religious grounds resurrected

Demion Clinco, president of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, talks about a tour of six historic homes in the El Encanto neighborhood in central Tucson.

Upcoming Events Open Long-Closed Homes, Reveal Restored Lights

Two events celebrate Tucson's history, heritage--and neon

Olympic Medalist Amanda Beard Visits Campus

UA Alumna and former member of the women's swimming and diving team stopped by the UA Bookstore to sign copies of her new memoir.

City High School

Bill for Public School Bible Class Goes to Brewer

Senate's 21-9 party-line vote would allow elective high school course

Robert C. Beverly, writer of "Shackles", describes the play as a part of a personal quest to remove the feelings of bitterness and resentment he felt about his own life.

Theater: A Slave to One's Emotions

Tucsonan working on a new play, 'Shackles,' that addresses age-old theme

Penny Germain, the Tombstone Rose Festival coordinator, talks about the Tombstone Rose Festival being held on April 13th.

Stop and Smell the Roses, in Tombstone

Flower festival: softer side to the town too tough to die

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