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Some of us here at Weekly Wire are what you'd call "news hounds" - we can't get enough information about current issues and events. Fortunately, the Internet has enough news sources to keep our minds soaked, even sloshing, with data. This page provide resources that will help you attain a similar level of saturation. You'll be a news hound in no time. Sit! Sit!


Weekly Wire Tangents
All the contributors to Weekly Wire, along with other AAN (Association of Alternative Newsweeklies) publications, can be read from this one easily accessible spot. Strongly recommended for bookmarking.


Talk Back
Our online BBS is an open forum for you to say anything you like about current events, controversies, or whatever else is stuck in your craw. You need not write about capital punishment, abortion, partisan politics, gun control, police brutality, or other common subjects - you can write about anything, anything, did I say "anything"? Yes, Anything.


Staff Choices
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Vaults
Many have praised our Vaults for being efficient and easy to use, as you'll discover when you peruse the wealth of content from our back issues.

Within Him, Without Him
Some lives touch us more deeply than we can know.
The Community Of Tucson Musicians

Prostitution Theory 101
Few things have divided feminists as much as the sex industry. Is prostitution sexual slavery or sexual self-determination.
Yvonne Abraham and Sarah McNaught

Thin Line
Media criticism.
Christopher Johnson


Best Of Guides - If you want to get the full flavor of local politics in a number of cities, check out the Best Of guides from our contributors. Not only do these yearly issues contain information about a town's "Best Chinese Restaurant" or "Best Park," they're also full of telling, boastful, and sometimes just plain vicious details about local politics and celebrities. Examples might include "Best Idiotic Soundbite by a Local Spokesman" or "Best Reason to Vote 'None of the Above' in the Gubernatorial Election." Find out for yourself - especially if the newspaper represents a town you plan to visit.




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