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photo Delving Below the Skin

UA alum's new movie has Native American characters, but speaks to ╬human beings'

Do you ever wonder what happens to students after they graduate from the UA?
[Read article]

photo "The Red Record"

Loudermilk
(Oct 8, 2002)


Grade: A- [Read review]

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photo Remembering the dead brings celebration to life

Professor emeritus Bruce McGrew taught at UA for 33 years in the School of Art before he died in 1999. He was six months away from a [Read article]

photo "Paullelujah!"


MC Paul Barman
(Oct 15, 2002)

Grade: A [Read review]

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photo MovieReview: Goons, Guns and Giggles

Grade: B-
Certain movies require certain moods to be entertaining. If, for instance, one happens to be in a generous mood while watching "Formula 51," the chances of enjoying it are relatively good. For those unable to regularly and willfully attain such a free-wheeling mood, drunkenness is suggested as an alternative. [Read article]

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photo Cinema Showdown: ╬The Ring'

Grade: C+ & D
Betancourt: You die when you see the ring!
Utz: Or, you can close your eyes, ignore the ring and pretend you didn't just pay eight dollars to see this movie.
Betancourt: Seriously. What a piece of crap. [Read article]

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photo A little Q&A with Calexico

No other band seems to represent Tucson as much as Calexico. Their mariachi and country influences combine with narratives about Tucson and the Mexican border to evoke a vintage postcard-like vision of Tucson, complete with tumbleweeds, abandoned train depots and dusty dive bars. [Read article]

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photo Online Exclusive: Enon comes to Solar Culture

John Schemersal started Enon after the sudden end of his previous band, Brainiac. After Brainaic's lead singer and songwriter Tim Taylor died in a car crash, Schemersal went into seclusion, emerging to record a four-track acoustic album under the name "John Stuart Mill." Schemersal moved to New York City soon after and began Enon with some friends. The band's first album, "Believo!" made many critic's top ten lists. The group's second album, "High Society," finds the band paired down to three members, with new member Toko Yasuda on bass. Schemersal answered a few questions while he was on the road. [Read article]

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photo Online Exclusive: On the line with Black Heart Procession

After three albums of expansive and tragic laments, the Black Heart Procession surprised their fans with their fourth album, the somewhat-upbeat "Amore Del Tropico," a murder-mystery concept album full of tropical influences. Black Heart Procession's Pall Jenkins answered a few questions while waiting in line at a cell phone store in San Diego. [Read article]

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Online Exclusive: Arts get a financial boost in Tucson

The Tucson Arts District was awarded a $12,000 grant earlier this month from American Express. Part of American Express' philanthropic program, the grant was awarded through the National Arts Marketing Program (NAMP). [Read article]

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