Tucson Weekly

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Tucson Weekly
Bias Rating Not Rated
Type News Media
Region National, Arizona
Website tucsonweekly.com
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The Tucson Weekly is an alternative newsweekly that was founded in 1984 by Douglas Biggers and Mark Goehring, and serves the Tucson, Arizona, metropolitan area of about 1,000,000 residents. Biggers was its editor and publisher until 2000, when he sold the paper to Wick Communications. He is currently the editor and publisher of Edible Baja Arizona. 10/13 Communications bought the paper from Wick in 2014. The paper is a member of the Association of Alternative Newsmedia. New issues arrive at kiosks throughout Tucson every Wednesday. Mari Herreras is the current managing editor. Staff members include senior writer Jim Nintzel, staff writers Heather Hoch and Maria Ines Taracena and online editor Chelo Grubb. Longtime editor Jimmy Boegle left the Weekly in late 2012 to start his own independent paper in Palm Springs, California.

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