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What's Your Fate In '98?
There are so many new and interesting ways to die out there. We thought we'd outline a few of the terrifying health threats looming in our future. Oh, and have a Merry Christmas! [12-22-97]
— Karen Brandel, TUCSON WEEKLY

Within Him, Without Him
Some lives touch us more deeply than we can know. [12-01-97]
— The Community Of Tucson Musicians, TUCSON WEEKLY

The Neighbors From Hell...
The quality of our lives depends upon who's living next door. Too bad for the residents of Eli Street. [11-24-97]
— Vicki Hart, TUCSON WEEKLY

Mother Mountains
An excerpt from the new book, "Cultures Of Habitat: On Nature, Culture, and Story". [11-17-97]
— Gary Paul Nabhan, TUCSON WEEKLY

Motel Memories
The colorful history of mom-and-pop motels in Tucson. [10-13-97]
— Dave Devine, TUCSON WEEKLY

A Random Decade
Worshiped and adored wherever he goes, Tucson Weekly cartoonist Rand Carlson has been on the job for 10 solid years now. [09-29-97]
— A. Bradley Dongass III, TUCSON WEEKLY

11th-Annual Best of Tucson
Welcome to our monster issue! [09-22-97]
— The Tucson Weekly Staff, TUCSON WEEKLY

Labor's Day
The AFL-CIO pumps new life into Tucson's labor unions. And the city's underpaid, poorly treated telemarketing workers may be among the first to seize the day. [09-02-97]
— J.E. Relly, TUCSON WEEKLY

Success Stories
Local kids make good, thanks to the Boys & Girls Club. [07-14-97]
— Tom Danehy, TUCSON WEEKLY

A Tribute To Alan Harrington
During the founding of the Beat Generation, few nationally known writers had as many local admirers as the late author of "The Immortalist" and "The Revelations of Dr. Modesto." [07-08-97]
— His Friends, TUCSON WEEKLY

Tucson's Holy War
A brief history of the city's 50-year crusade under the increasingly tattered banner of annexation. [07-02-97]
— Dave Devine and Molly McKasson, TUCSON WEEKLY

Weird Science
From the ultra-close scrutiny of the female breast to racking micro-meteorites on the dark side of the moon, the amusing mind of physicist Peter Franken is always on the move. [06-20-97]
— Mari Wadsworth, TUCSON WEEKLY

Dark Data
A powerful and secretive commission of the U.S. Sate Department refuses to reveal data concerning pollution that could be harming the citizens of Nogales, Arizona. [06-13-97]
— Tim Vanderpool, TUCSON WEEKLY

Up From Oppression
What was it like to be a minority student at the University of Arizona back in the days when racism was even more virulent than it is today? Excerpts from an inspiring new book on the subject. [06-06-97]
— Jay M. Rochlin, TUCSON WEEKLY

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