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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Drama Desk Award, and the New York Drama Critics Award for best play, "How I Learned to Drive" is an ironic, lyrical tale of survival, as L'il Bit takes driving lessons from her Uncle Peck. While learning the rules of the road, Lil' Bit is drawn into something
Letters to the editor published in the June 24, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
A listing of arts and cultural events for the week.
Sept. 29, 2004 - While most political campaigns are a whirlwind of promises, when the balloons and confetti settle the most difficult work is yet to be done.
The tab for Oro Valley's next General Plan continues to climb. At its March 17 meeting, the town council heard a brief summary of outreach efforts to explore the reasons for the plan's defeat in a special election last fall. It then unanimously relegated future work on the plan to a study session sometime in April.
Richard Anderson doesn't claim to be a mathematician, but he can tell when things don't add up. The Amphitheater Public Schools district telling students and parents one thing, and then doing something else just doesn't, he says.
The odds were stacked against Westyn Lee Tanawa Hamilton when he squared off against five bouncers behind the New West/Gotham nightclub in the cold, early morning hours of Jan. 2, 2000.
The Northwest EXPLORER's coverage of Oro Valley's March 12 primary election continues today with in-depth profiles of the council candidates. Profiles of the mayoral candidates will appear in the EXPLORER'S Jan. 23 issue.