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Top Regional Attractions to Hit This Year in Tucson, Part One

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Whether you’re new to “the Old Pueblo” or have been a die-hard Tucsonan your whole life, there is plenty that contributes to this richly cultural, fascinating city. From the luxurious Catalina Foothills to the north, to the affluent East side, to the serene West and eccentric downtown and Central Tucson, resolve to make 2017 a year of exploration in this eclectic city. Hit all the landmarks...

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Healthy Places in Tucson to Detox After the Holidays

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The holiday season is undoubtedly full of sweets, treats and other indulgent eats, and while they should be enjoyed fully, your body may be starting to feel the negative effects. Cleanse your system by hitting one of these four local Tucson joints and get reenergized for the New Year.

Pure Love Juice

Situated in the upscale, picturesque St. Philip’s Plaza on River and Campbell, Pure Love Juice offers three- or five-day juice cleanses, where only juice and raw foods are consumed, helping the body recover and...

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Murder at the Magic Show: New Year's Eve at Westin La Paloma Resort

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Skip the chaotic parties and overcrowded nightclubs and ring in 2017 in a unique and entertaining way. The Westin La Paloma Resort in Tucson is hosting a Dinner Theater Variety Show where great food, a hilarious show and live music will all take place.

Kicking off the evening is a candle-lit three-course dinner prepared by the Executive Chef of La Paloma and a three-act murder-mystery comedy show titled Murder at the Magic Show. The show is a whodunit murder-mystery presented by the same people in charge of the longest running mystery dinner theater shows in Southern Arizona. Set in the Westin La...

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Where to go for Thanksgiving in Tucson 2016

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While stressing over a perfectly cooked turkey, fluffy mashed potatoes, stuffing that isn’t dry and an immaculate home to impress your relatives may sound like a good time to some, there are other options for celebrating Thanksgiving around Tucson. With plenty of restaurants offering feasts for the foodie-favorite holiday, consider breaking from the mold this year and taking it easy.

Maynard’s Market & Kitchen

Maynard’s Market & Kitchen, a casual restaurant and wine shop, is a downtown Tucson staple. Gather a big group of friends or family and...

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Wasted Grain Opens New Location in Downtown Tucson

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Prohibition-era and sports-themed bar and restaurant Wasted Grain is set to open mid-October in downtown Tucson on 350 Congress St.

A Square One Concepts, Inc. restaurant, the establishment offers 30 different beers on draught, signature cocktails, a live DJ every weekend, and an arcade hearkening back to old school games like Big Buck Hunter. Guests can order classic bar fare like flatbread pizzas, wraps, and sliders, including vegan and gluten-free menu items as well. 

Replacing the former location of World of Beer on historic Congress Street, Wasted Grain will up the antics in the...

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