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Tucson in 100 Objects — windshield sun shades

Tucson in 100 Objects — windshield sun shades

Shade — it's a life-saver in the land of hot asphalt parking lots

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I looked for items that were discounted at 40 percent or more. The new feature highlights those items.

June 10, 2014 2:59 pm
8 things to know about this year's Grammy-nominated artists

8 things to know about this year's Grammy-nominated artists

The Grammys start at 7 p.m. Sunday on Channel 13. Watch E network's countdown to the red carpet beginning at 4 p.m.

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World Briefs

World Briefs

Moldovan women shout pro-European Union slogans during a rally joined by tens of thousands in Chisinau, Moldova, Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, to call for closer ties with the European Union. The rally was held weeks before an EU summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, where Moldova hopes to sign a partnershi…

November 23, 2013 1:19 pm
RichRod wants Cats to open up offense

RichRod wants Cats to open up offense

It’s no secret what Rich Rodriguez and the Arizona Wildcats like to do offensively.

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Arizona Football: Baby, what a wait

Arizona Football: Baby, what a wait

Davonte' Neal has played in a BCS National Championship game. He's a two-time Arizona Gatorade Player of the Year and won two state championships at Scottsdale Chaparral High School.

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Arizona Football: No longer in a corner

Arizona Football: No longer in a corner

Position coaches only get so much time to watch film with their players during a season and fall camp.

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Arizona Football: UA QBs trying and trying

Arizona Football: UA QBs trying and trying

There's a common misconception when it comes to Rich Rodriguez and quarterbacks.

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Arizona Football: Already making an impact

Arizona Football: Already making an impact

Rich Rodriguez had been waiting for Saturday night since he was hired as the Arizona Wildcats coach in 2011.

July 28, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Tucson Padres: Having fun translates into wins for Padres

Tucson Padres: Having fun translates into wins for Padres

A little more than a week ago, with his team flying from Reno, Nev., to Colorado Springs, Tucson Padres shortstop Dean Anna did what most ballplayers do on an early-morning flight - he took a nap.

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Patrick Finley: Workout with Suns 'a really big deal'

Patrick Finley: Workout with Suns 'a really big deal'

Aaron Anderson's agent left a voice mail eight days ago while he was at the dentist.

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Classic hike in the Catalinas offers respite from the heat

Classic hike in the Catalinas offers respite from the heat

Cool mountain air. Aspen groves. Cool mountain air. Winsome wildflowers. Cool mountain air. Tranquil pools of water.

June 27, 2013 12:00 am Video Photos

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Arizona football: Cats land LA safety, eye 2 more at his HS

Arizona football: Cats land LA safety, eye 2 more at his HS

Rodney Carr arrived in Tucson this weekend without a scholarship offer from the Arizona Wildcats or a real idea of what might come next in the recruiting process.

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Tucson Padres: Team is playing 'Murphy Ball'

Tucson Padres: Team is playing 'Murphy Ball'

Wednesday, it was nearly 30 minutes of practicing bunt defense. One day earlier, it was working on tagging from third base on a fly ball to the outfield.

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Arizona Baseball: Cats hope sweep carries them to NCAAs

Arizona Baseball: Cats hope sweep carries them to NCAAs

When Andy Lopez walked into the clubhouse to meet with his team after Sunday's 7-1 win over USC at Hi Corbett Field, he gave them a time and a location for practice Tuesday night.

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Arizona Softball: Cats hit road, can't look ahead to OU

Arizona Softball: Cats hit road, can't look ahead to OU

In the end, the Arizona Wildcats' most dicey NCAA tournament selection ever yielded surprises - one good, one bad.

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Patrick Finley: Old Toros uniforms make one last comeback

Patrick Finley: Old Toros uniforms make one last comeback

One day at the start of the Tucson Toros' 1980 season, the team's clubhouse manager ran into then-general manager Jack Donovan's office.

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Tucson Padres: Reyes drawing attention for work out of bullpen

Generally, Triple-A players can be placed into one of three categories.

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Division II state softball: Phoenix Greenway 4, Canyon del Oro 0: Déjà vu: Dorados in elimination bracket

PHOENIX - Canyon del Oro's softball team has been in this position before and coach Stephanie Nicholson can only hope her team can handle it again.

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Baseball: Arizona 18, Alabama State 3: Wildcats keep focus, easily wrap up sweep

Baseball: Arizona 18, Alabama State 3: Wildcats keep focus, easily wrap up sweep

Playing in the Pac-12, coach Andy Lopez and the Arizona Wildcats see some of the country's best competition week in, week out.

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Diamondbacks (SS) 8, Padres (SS) 6: Irish twist: Snakes cast out Padres

Diamondbacks (SS) 8, Padres (SS) 6: Irish twist: Snakes cast out Padres

When Sawyer Carroll arrived at the Padres' spring training facility in Peoria a little before 7 a.m. Sunday, the idea of a two-hour bus ride to Tucson wasn't all that appealing.

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Arizona Baseball: Beavers play like Cats, win Pac-12 opener

Arizona Baseball: Beavers play like Cats, win Pac-12 opener

The Arizona Wildcats worked their way through the Pac-12 last season by out maneuvering their opponents at Hi Corbett Field.

March 16, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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AZ Opera revives 'Il Trovatore'

AZ Opera revives 'Il Trovatore'

Sometimes something can become so popular that it loses favor with audiences.

March 07, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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How to make the most of the book festival

How to make the most of the book festival

The Tucson Festival of Books can be overwhelming.

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Arizona Baseball: Gilbert's 2-run double helps rescue Wade, UA

It sounds crazy, but if it were up to Arizona Wildcats coach Andy Lopez, all of his team's nonconference games would be tight, one-run games.

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Catalina Park has it all

Catalina Park has it all

Recreation options you'll find at various sites around Arizona: hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, bird-watching, camping, picnicking and exploring ancient ruins. • Recreation options you'll find at Catalina State Park: all of the above. • You get the point. • The park - nestled in t…

February 28, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Marvelous meals served poorly

Marvelous meals served poorly

Agustín Brasserie - from le menu to its sleek yet spare black-and-white decor - aims for a classic French bistro experience.

February 21, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship: McIlroy defends No. 1 in Irish duel

WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship: McIlroy defends No. 1 in Irish duel

Four years removed from making his American debut on Dove Mountain as a curly-haired, higher-voiced teen with the nickname "Rors" on the back of his ballcap, Rory McIlroy has all the trappings of a superstar.

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Theater goes for the jocular with 'Regrets'

Theater goes for the jocular with 'Regrets'

You can't say Live Theatre Workshop doesn't mix things up a bit.

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Regret, healing 'Pavilion' themes

Regret, healing 'Pavilion' themes

A high school reunion can be agonizing.

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Fresh-grown sound of the islands

Fresh-grown sound of the islands

Slack-key guitarist George Kahumoku Jr. was already up for three hours by the time he answered the phone for his interview with Caliente at 6 a.m. last week.

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From start here, Bell's back as featured star

From start here, Bell's back as featured star

Of all the cities violin great Joshua Bell has played in during his remarkable 30-year career, Tucson holds a special place in his heart.

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TSO, choir, 4 soloists to go all-out for Requiem

TSO, choir, 4 soloists to go all-out for Requiem

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra will close out the inaugural Tucson Desert Song Festival this weekend with arguably one of the greatest classical choral masterpieces ever composed.

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2 local kids headed for NPR's 'From the Top'

Christopher O'Riley is sure that he has met the next Joshua Bell or Yo-Yo Ma.

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New digs for landmark eatery

New digs for landmark eatery

On Monday, after months of anticipation and construction, Chris Fanelli will open the doors of his Sausage Deli in 2,200 square feet of shiny newness.

February 14, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Custom Stewart boots crafted by ol' style maker

Custom Stewart boots crafted by ol' style maker

This time of year, it can take about 90 days for someone to receive a pair of custom Stewart boots.

February 14, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Thorn, set for show here, puts his touch on favorites

Thorn, set for show here, puts his touch on favorites

Paul Thorn gave his writing arm a rest when creating his latest release, "What the Hell is Goin' On?"

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Appeal of cello pulled together

Appeal of cello pulled together

What do you call a band of cellists?

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Big voices to resonate across groups, venues

Big voices to resonate across groups, venues

The inaugural Tucson Desert Song Festival features renowned national vocalists performing with several Tucson arts organizations.

February 07, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Rialto brings on funk for fundraiser

Rialto brings on funk for fundraiser

The Rialto Theatre Foundation is bringing the funk for its first gala fundraiser.

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At La Cocina, things are really cookin' now

At La Cocina, things are really cookin' now

A slight chill in the air didn't stop the crowds from descending on the late night festivities at La Cocina last Saturday evening.

February 07, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Amazing lineup of stars will grace Desert Song Festival

Amazing lineup of stars will grace Desert Song Festival

Organizers of the Tucson Desert Song Festival wanted to make a splash.

February 03, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Desert Rose to return to its roots

Desert Rose to return to its roots

Guitarist Herb Pedersen looks back at his time with the Desert Rose Band with equal amounts of fondness and pride.

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Some alternative plays for super Sunday

Some alternative plays for super Sunday

For football fans who might not play the beer and bar game, Tucson has alternatives all over town. We've picked four sweet plays for your viewing, eating and drinking pleasure.

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Warehouse to party place

Warehouse to party place

Seven years ago, Nancy Bender didn't really know what she wanted to do with the sprawling warehouse in the Dunbar Springs area.

January 31, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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'Tosca': 'Jealousy, passion, murder, love'

'Tosca': 'Jealousy, passion, murder, love'

Arizona Opera conductor Joel Revzen loves Puccini's "Tosca."

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New label, new energy in McGraw's new album

Tim McGraw is busting back onto the country music charts with the first single off his forthcoming Big Machine Records debut, "Two Lanes of Freedom."

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