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For The Birds
A look at Rob Nixon's strange history of the ostrich. [05-29-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Speaking Volumes
Recommended reading for the lazy days of summer. [05-22-00]

Puppy Love
A look at Carl Hiassen's latest tour de farce. [05-22-00]

Bitch's Brew
All you ever wanted to know about "All About Eve." [05-15-00]

Suburban Burden
Welcome to suburbia, the modern no-man's-land of the soul. [05-08-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Abominable Encounters
Hunting the humanoid inhabitant of the high Himalayas. [05-01-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Voices Of Youth
Young Native American poets speak out in "When the Rain Sings." [04-24-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Book Smarts
Librarian Claire Reynier throws the book at white-collar crooks in "The Stolen Blue." [04-24-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Rough Guide
David Lida gives southbound gringos a grim view in Travel Advisory: Stories of Mexico. [04-17-00]
— Randall Holdridge, TUCSON WEEKLY

Half-Truths And Consequences
Biographer Nicholas Shakespeare uncovers the fictions in travel writer Bruce Chatwin's life and work. [04-17-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Rotten Eggers
Media wunderkind David Eggers pens a 400-page ode to his own greed for glory. [04-03-00]
— Lydia Millet, TUCSON WEEKLY

Warrior Without A Cause
A disconcerting blood lust drives author Anthony Loyd's "My War Gone By, I Miss It So." [03-13-00]
— Randall Holdridge, TUCSON WEEKLY

Aural Examination
The Spacewurm catapults voyeurism into the 21st century. [03-06-00]

Bush S.W.A.K.
"George Bush, Dark Prince of Love" is disturbing, sordid, and laugh-out-loud hilarious. [02-28-00]
— Mari Wadsworth, TUCSON WEEKLY

Bordering Cultures
"Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation" is one minority family's balance sheet of the American 20th century. [02-21-00]
— Randall Holdridge, TUCSON WEEKLY

Among the Earthlings
"Mr. Spaceman" is an entertainment that covers a lot of ground -- and sky. [02-14-00]
— Gregory McNamee, TUCSON WEEKLY

Murderous Memories
Sinclair Browning's Apache P.I. unearths another Tucson crime scene in "The Sporting Club." [02-07-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

In Short Order
Amy Tan compiles a glorious "Best American Short Stories of 1999." [01-31-00]
— Christine Wald-Hopkins, TUCSON WEEKLY

Heir Pressure
With a family legacy such as he has, Dubya just has to succeed. Or does he? [01-31-00]
— Randall Holdridge, TUCSON WEEKLY

Sin Cine
Schaefer's study is as timely as today's headlines, and of course, for Adults Only! [01-24-00]

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