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Are you in the mood for a laugh but tired of going to the movies? Unscrewed Theater will celebrate the second anniversary of staging improvisational comedy at the troupe's East Speedway home this weekend. Read more»

Tucson's improv comedy troupe hopes to pack the seats at the new Unscrewed Theater.

Spreading the gospel of improvisational comedy can be a tricky business, but the members of Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed are as tenacious as they are whimsical. Eleven years after the group's founding, they finally have a place to call their own — the lights will go up on the Unscrewed Theater this weekend. Read more»

Nowhere Man and a Whiskey Girl

Jerry DeMarco, the publisher of a New Jersey independent news site and a notorious music hound, hadn't heard of Amy and Derrick Ross before this week. He learned of the impact their music and lives had on friends and fans during an evening that was ostensibly dedicated to laughter, in a small town thousands of miles from Bisbee. Their landlord, comedian Doug Stanhope, told a comedy club audience about the duo. Read more»

Interviews with Mike Hellon, a Republican candidate for the Pima County Board of Supervisors, plus Elliott Glicksman and Suzy Agrillo, fundraisers for "Stand Up to Stop Violence," Jim Nintzel of the Tucson Weekly, and City Councilman Steve Kozachik. Read more»

Carlos Mencia

Comedian Carlos Mencia will no doubt take on Arizona's SB 1070 when he appears at Desert Diamond Casino on June 26. The Honduran-born comic released a video on Youtube promoting a satirical "Americanizer Kit" that helps Latinos avoid appearing "illegal." Read more»