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Prime Time Review: Disney may be planning three Obi-Wan Star Wars movies

Prime Time Review: Disney may be planning three Obi-Wan Star Wars movies

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With all of the news, rumors, and spoilers surrounding the imminent release of Star Wars: Episode VII, it seems as though little else would ho…

Pet News - Teddy’s Broken Jaw and Whole Heart

Pet News - Teddy’s Broken Jaw and Whole Heart

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Bright-eyed and brimming is a great way to describe Teddy. But the poodle mix hasn’t always been this way.

Pet DoctoRX Joins Dogtoberfest, Offering Complimentary Spay or Neuter

Pet DoctoRX Joins Dogtoberfest, Offering Complimentary Spay or Neuter

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Pet DoctoRX (www.petdoctorx.com), a recent addition to the Tucson community, as an affordable full-service veterinarian clinic, is participati…

Tucson crawling with Halloween events

Tucson crawling with Halloween events

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Halloween may not be held in as high esteem as holidays with more tradition (and presents), but Tucson knows how to celebrate the spooky seaso…

What's Up UA? - Close Encounter 'One in a Million'

What's Up UA? - Close Encounter 'One in a Million'

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Faster than a speeding bullet comes the comet Siding Spring, which will have the attention of UA scientists as it passes Mars on Oct. 19.

Pet News - PAWSH Park Place celebrates 5 year anniversary

Pet News - PAWSH Park Place celebrates 5 year anniversary

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PAWSH at Park Place, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona’s first offsite adoption center and boutique, celebrates its 5th annivers…

What's Up UA? - Austin Hill: The Comeback Kid

What's Up UA? - Austin Hill: The Comeback Kid

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If you were to look at the Arizona football record books in the receiving category, you would see senior Austin Hill’s name all in almost eve…

Pet News - Vanna’s resilience finds her a forever home

Pet News - Vanna’s resilience finds her a forever home

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Five months ago we introduced you to Vanna and Lilly as victims of one of the most horrific cruelty cases the Humane Society of South…

HSSA’s Mike Duffey appointed to National Council

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The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is proud to announce, Cruelty Investigator Mike Duffey has been appointed to serve on the newl…

Gamer's Scoop - Blizzard cancels to the mysterious MMO project

Gamer's Scoop - Blizzard cancels to the mysterious MMO project

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Blizzard Entertainment announced last week that they have canceled their seven year in the making MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online) project c…

Pet News - HSSA jumps into the fall season

Pet News - HSSA jumps into the fall season

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The Humane Society of Southern is kicking off the fall season with $31 adoptions and a Pet-tacular pumpkin patch at the main campus. …

What's Up UA? - Health, Wellness Practices Highlighted by Chinese Culture Festival

What's Up UA? - Health, Wellness Practices Highlighted by Chinese Culture Festival

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The recent Chinese Culture Festival, organized by the Confucius Institute at the University of Arizona, featured lectures and workshops on acu…

What's Up UA? - Ready for a Super-Fast Internet? UA Scientists Are Fast at Work on It

What's Up UA? - Ready for a Super-Fast Internet? UA Scientists Are Fast at Work on It

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Removing barriers along the way to a blazingly fast Internet is the declared goal of scientists at the University of Arizona College of Opt…

Prime Time Review: University of Arizona and Fox Theatre team up for new downtown lecture series

Prime Time Review: University of Arizona and Fox Theatre team up for new downtown lecture series

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Last month the Arizona Daily Wildcat reported that the University of Arizona had been ranked among the nation’s most healthy campuses by great…

Such The Spot: My daughter got inked

Such The Spot: My daughter got inked

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Recently, my young adult daughter texted me a picture of a tattoo so new that it was still red and puffy around the edges. The tattoo had been…

What's Up UA? - Using the Force: UA Police Officer Completes NASA Project

What's Up UA? - Using the Force: UA Police Officer Completes NASA Project

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University of Arizona Police Officer Andrew Lincowski joined planetary scientists at NASA this summer to search for exoplanets that might have…

What's Up UA? - How New Social Movements Take Root

What's Up UA? - How New Social Movements Take Root

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Contemporary movements, such as those initiated after the recent shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, can be born seemingly …

What's Up UA? - PBS 'NewsHour' to Feature Inspirational UA Student

What's Up UA? - PBS 'NewsHour' to Feature Inspirational UA Student

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The inspirational story of Samir Madden, a UA junior who is a congenital quadruple amputee, will be featured on "NewsHour," airing at 7 p.m. S…

Pet News - Mosey For Mutts

Pet News - Mosey For Mutts

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The HSSA is stoked for its second annual Mosey for Mutts walk to benefit homeless pets! We will meet at the Reid Park Southwest Event…

Prime Time Review: NCIS: New Orleans coming to your TV soon

Prime Time Review: NCIS: New Orleans coming to your TV soon

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After some time in production, the newest spin-off of the “NCIS” TV franchise is making its way to your television sets. NCIS: New Orleans sta…

Northwest Chatter

There are children watching

There are children watching

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For years, I have always been amazed at how parents behave watching their children participate in various youth athletic programs. I used to c…

Marana Town Talk: Open house planned to talk about proposed police facility

Marana Town Talk: Open house planned to talk about proposed police facility

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Those of us who serve Marana as police officers and staff pride ourselves on providing exemplary service and protection to town residents, bus…

Third Age: The immortals – Exercising is not about cheating death

Third Age: The immortals – Exercising is not about cheating death

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I’ve mentioned the old-school, interactive wall at my gym where members with a piece of chalk express themselves. The latest, and my favorite …

Guest Column: When the gavel hits the fan

Guest Column: When the gavel hits the fan

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When I decided to run for county Supervisor, I campaigned on the principles of transparency and accountability. I remain committed to those va…

The Parish's raspberry tiramisu with floating finger

The Parish's raspberry tiramisu with floating finger

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A ghastly review can be enough to make any restaurateur tremble. But to Steve Dunn, a frightening culinary experience is exactly what he wants…

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    Guest Column: When the gavel hits the fan

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