As news media across the nation turned to the Web to report updates about Saturday's tragic shooting, Tucson residents went online to vent their personal perspectives.
What follows is a list of links to Tucsonans' political frustrations, personal mourning, and collective grief expressed through the blogosphere.
A local arts & culture retail store shares a Tuscon mother's reflections. www.crizmac.com
A Tucson photographer reflects on the power of spoken words: marthalochert.wordpress.com
Aa U of A grad student posts a brief mourning: tucsonquerido.com
A former civil servant and Democrat weighs in: stujenks.typepad.com
An artist joins Rialto Theatre in support: danielleembry.blogspot.com
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