For the March 31 issue, I review The Desert of Shallow Effects, the solo debut of former Beulah frontman Miles Kurosky, and the new Goldfrapp CD. I also read the new Twilight graphic novel, which, given the source material, it's not bad. The Comics Corner revue returns.
I talk about the first day of the 2010 Tucson Festival of Books, which happened the weekend of March 14.
And in the Feb. 3 issue, events for Black History month at the UA.
Every issue of the Arizona Daily Wildcat is now available at issuu.com as PDF versions of the print edition. You can see the page design this way. The Wednesday WildLife section looks pretty sweet.
Back to work.
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