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The Tucson Festival of Books can be overwhelming.
Check into "Three Hotels" and be immersed in a taut, multilevel journey into complicated emotions, ethical and corporate corruption, love and loss.
Joshua Collins knows well the road between Willcox and Tucson. Very well. He spends nine hours a week traveling it for rehearsals.
"I love, love, love it," says Annette Hartman about the new location of Amelia Grey's Cafe & Catering.
Pumpkin, the quintessential autumn flavor, is popping up on the menus and in the display cases of eateries nationwide.
Two itsy-bitsy pieces of paper with a misprint rouse raw tensions and unscrupulous behavior in "Mauritius," which opened Saturday evening at Live Theatre Workshop.
Witty repartee shakes the brittle surface of the "civilized conversation" in A.R. Gurney's "The Cocktail Hour," which opened Saturday at Live Theatre Workshop.
Afternoon tea at Loews Ventana Canyon is refined, but not
stuffy. Sophisticated, but not pretentious. Presentation is precise
and service is proper without being prim.
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