Two Tales of Christmas 

Two local companies are presenting shows with a touch of holiday sentimentality

"Oh, the weather outside is"—delightful. This, of course, is one of the many blessings of celebrating the holidays in Tucson. But if you find that you're thinking Christmas needs to be situated someplace where it snows (even if the snow is fake) and…

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