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Public Enemy No. 1 

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Every year, Tucson people get dressed up in 1930s-era costumes and celebrate the day mobster John Dillinger was captured not far from where he was staying at Hotel Congress. Dillingers Days events kick of on Friday, Jan. 22, 7 p.m. (311 E. Congress St.). Get your mobster, er, on. For more info, go to hotelcongress.com.

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