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TOP 10: Family Christmas movies to enjoy

December 10, 2014

By ADRIANNA BARRIENTEZ Christmas is said to be the most wonderful time of the year. Many people probably consider presents the best part, but I think the holiday is nothing without classic family movies. Here are my top 10 Christmas movies: 10. “The Polar Express” (2004) A young boy’s extraordinary train ride to the North […]

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Top 10: Late-night Tucson restaurants

November 13, 2014

By ADRIANNA BARRIENTEZ Many people think Tucson doesn’t have any restaurants open past 9 p.m., but it does. Here are my picks for the best choices: 10. HUB Restaurant & Ice Creamery You can order a decent-sized sit-down meal or opt for take-out ice cream. The food and drinks are pricy but worth it. Closing […]

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Top 10: Reasons to love October-December

October 30, 2014

By ALEX FRUECHTENICHT October to December are my favorite months. This list shows why year’s end is the best part of the calendar: 10. Pumpkin spice Before you argue that pumpkin spice is overused, let me say I agree. The oversaturation has almost driven me away, but I still love pumpkin spice-infused foods and drinks. […]

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TOP 10: New video games to anticipate

October 2, 2014

By ALEX FRUECHTENICHT There are lots of video games coming out this holiday season and next year. With so many different genres and consoles, it was difficult to narrow down only 10, but here are the top games I’m looking forward to: 10. Star Wars Battlefront (PS4, Xbox One) When EA showed off a trailer […]

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Top 10: Bandwagon sports fans

September 18, 2014

By JAMIE MAESE When something becomes fashionable or popular, we call it a bandwagon effect. The term is used with music, movies, clothing and especially sports teams. Here are my picks for the top 10 bandwagon sports fans:   Green Bay Packers When the Packers won the Super Bowl in 2011, everyone cheered them on. […]

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TOP 10: Robin Williams movies

September 4, 2014

By BETO HOYOS Robin Williams will forever be remembered as one the most versatile actors the world has known. His career spanned multiple generations and touched the hearts of millions. He made his battle with depression and addiction widely known through his stand-up shows as well as his on screen performances. His initial burst onto […]

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TOP 10: Summer tracks with female vocalists

April 24, 2014

By JENNIFER GRAHAM Summer is nearly here, so what better way to prepare yourself than with some new tunes? Here are suggestions for that pre-summer playlist.   10. “West Coast” – Lana Del Rey Del Rey’s newest track showcases the sounds of her unique voice and retro vibe. The song will appear on her fourth […]

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TOP 10: Best tracks for spring break road trips

March 13, 2014

By ROBERT HERNANDEZ Chances are you’ll take advantage of spring break by going on vacation with your friends. To help you clear the otherwise awkwardly quiet car ride, here are suggestions for your #SpringBreak2k14 playlist. 10. “Playboy Girl” by Holychild While Holychild is the least known group on this list, indie radar spotlights them for […]

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TOP 10: Best Jay Leno jokes

February 27, 2014

By JAY BECKER-NORMAN   With Jay Leno retiring as host of “The Tonight Show,” we look back at his best gags. Although the funnyman told countless jokes during his decades in comedy, here are some of his most memorable quips:   10. “Been hearing about the bad weather back east in Buffalo and Pittsburgh? Just […]

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Top 10: Most enjoyable songs by the Beatles

February 13, 2014

By BETO HOYOS America was introduced to The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show on Feb. 9, 1964. The music of The Beatles continues to inspire generations of fans and musicians alike. How many musicians from 1964 do you still love, and how many performers do you grow to love as the decades go by? […]

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Top 10 Super Bowl commercials of all time

January 30, 2014

By NELLIE SILVA Every year, millions of fans watch America’s biggest football game. For many viewers, the gridiron action comes second to what happens when the game cuts to a commercial break. Super Bowl advertising is more popular and expensive than ever. With that in mind, we take at look the top 10 memorable advertisements […]

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TOP 10 Military history books

October 31, 2013

By MICHAEL ANDERSON Military history is a diverse topic, about which many books have been written. Any attempt to compile a comprehensive top 10 list is pointless. Instead, here are 10 books I’ve found to be entertaining, important or both. 10. “The Greatest Raid of All” – By C.E. Lucas Phillips This is the gripping […]

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Best places for fall outings in Arizona

October 3, 2013

By BRENDA PACHECO Fall is here and the weather couldn’t be nicer. It’s time to have a bonfire and watch the leaves change colors. Try visiting these special Arizona destinations. 10. Point Imperial Point Imperial is one of the most-visited spots on the north rim of the Grand Canyon. The view of the Colorado River […]

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TOP 10: Vacation destinations that don’t require a passport

May 1, 2013

By SHEILA TEMPLETON Getting away on a summer vacation as a reward for working all year is hard-wired into American culture. It revitalizes our bodies and spirits. Budget-minded college students don’t have to travel abroad to experience culture and enjoy a memorable vacation. The United States has many activity-packed, beautiful destinations. Here are my top […]

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Top 10 ways to pass the (other) bar exam

March 7, 2013

By ARLO COSTALES Want to avoid being kicked out of a bar? Here are my top 10 suggestions for actions to stay away from: 1. Breaking bottles. If you break your beverage’s container, your bartender can be nice and give you a new drink or you may be shit-out-of-luck and must buy a new one. […]

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