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Incoming first lady Melania Trump wore a sky-blue cashmere jacket and mock turtleneck dress by Ralph Lauren, the brand that designed so many Hillary Clinton pantsuits, on Inauguration Day.

\"It was important to us to uphold and celebrate the tradition of creating iconic American style for this moment,\" the Lauren corporation said in a statement.

With her hair in a soft updo and wearing long, sky-blue suede gloves and matching stilettos, Mrs. Trump was greeted at the White House by President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, the latter in a deep-red belted short-sleeve tweed dress by Jason Wu. It had black trim and a matching double-breasted coat.

President Donald Trump, wearing a red tie and black overcoat, opted to leave his suit jacket unbuttoned.

Trump's oldest daughter, Ivanka, chose white Oscar de la Renta and wore a tiny American flag pin, and Hillary Clinton showed up in an off-white Ralph Lauren pantsuit that harkened back to one she wore in July to accept the Democratic nomination for president. Her overcoat matched the ensemble. Tiffany Trump also opted for white and wore a double-breasted coat.

Who else made a large fashion statement for Trump's big day? His senior adviser, Kellyanne Conway, in a Gucci military-style wool coat of red, white and blue, with two rows of cat-head buttons and a red cloche hat. She described her look as \"Trump revolutionary wear.\" Others likened it to uniforms worn in \"The Nutcracker\" ballet. It retails for $3,600.

Mrs. Trump's look, with its bolero-style jacket, prompted comparisons to a fashion icon of the past, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, who wore a powder-blue outfit by Oleg Cassini with a matching pillbox hat to husband John F. Kennedy's 1961 inauguration.

\"I think she looked sensational,\" New York fashion expert Hal Rubenstein said of the new first lady's style. \"She's not a huge risk-taker, but she dresses in that smart, sophisticated Upper East Side urban style.\"

On Thursday, when inauguration events kicked off, Mrs. Trump shimmered in gold for the Candlelight Dinner in a long-sleeved beaded gown by Reem Acra. Ivanka Trump wore a white cap-sleeved de la Renta gown with a large black bow at the back.

For the wreath-laying ceremony earlier that day at Arlington National Cemetery, Mrs. Trump wore a black military-style coat by the New York-based designer Norisol Ferrari. Ivanka Trump provided Thursday's pop of color in kelly green de la Renta.

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St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 602 N. Wilmot Road, will host \"Tea, Tapas, Textiles and Terri,\" 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28.

Terri Smith, the wife of the church's rector emeritus the Rev. John R. Smith, will update the church about its ongoing Guatemala Project working with Maya communities. The Smiths now live in Antigua, Guatemala.

Maya textiles and photographs from the region will be for sale.

For more information, visit\u00a0smallangelstucson.org or call 886-7292.

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The Home Churches for Christ Outreach Ministry will continue its Bible study gatherings 1 to 3 p.m. Saturdays, Jan. 28, Feb. 25 and March 18 at Murphy-Wilmot Library, 530 N. Wilmot Road.

For more information, visit homechurchesforchristoutreachministry.wordpress.com or call 429-3806.

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The emotions of Martin Luther will be the subject of a talk presented by the University of Arizona's Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies.

Division director Professor Susan Karant-Nunn will give the talk 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25 in the UA Fred Fox School of Music's Alice Y. Holsclaw Recital Hall, which is part of programming by several UA departments and local churches recognizing the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

For more information, visit reformation.arizona.edu.

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Sacred Space founder the Rev. Teresa Cowan Jones of the United Church of Christ will present the talk \"Self-Discovery: Your Motivational Engine\" on Sunday, Jan. 22 at the weekly Sacred Space meeting.

Live music begins at 4:10 p.m. at the Tucson City Council Ward 6 office, 3202 E. First St. The talk emphasizes a self awareness that clarifies mission, values, needs and other aspects that affect an individual's ability to create change.

For more information, visit sacredspacetucson.org.

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After about 14 years of training volunteers to visit the elderly in assisted living facilities, Steve and Virginia Kacprzak have decided to share the love with caregivers.

Starting Thursday, Feb. 16, the couple's Love Thy Neighbor Ministries, Inc. will begin offering a monthly reprieve specifically for individuals caring for someone at home with \"mild to moderate Alzheimer's.\"

\"Sometimes caregivers get burned out and wind up taking a loved one to a nursing home because they are so exhausted they can't keep going,\" said Steve Kacprzak.

In February, Love Thy Neighbor Ministries is partnering with Vistoso Community Church, 1200 E. Rancho Vistoso Blvd. in Oro Valley, to put on the first Good Neighbor Get Together Program.

From 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., caregivers can leave their loved ones at the church with a group of 15 to 20 trained volunteers for lunch, crafts, chair exercises, games and live music, Kacprzak said.

The ministry hopes to involve other churches, increasing the free program's availability.

For more information or to apply to participate, visit ltnm.org or call 742-5548.

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In body-hugging gowns and ladylike daywear, will first lady Melania Trump stay true to her personal style?

The former model from Slovenia faced the fashion moment of a lifetime Friday at her husband's inauguration, leaving behind some of the flash from her past.

Ralph Lauren dressed her in a dainty, contemporary sky blue dress and suit after she shimmered in a gold Reem Acra gown Thursday night ahead of the swearing-in.

Throughout the bruising presidential race, Mrs. Trump kept her look to typical wealthy socialite. Her blouses were often jewel toned, her dresses and jumpsuits from European designers that include Gucci and Roland Mouret, but Americans, too.

Before the campaign, Mrs. Trump's longtime love of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Manolo Blahnik and Christian Louboutin was legendary. She liked her jewelry big. She was not shy about bandage dresses.

Since, minimal chic has taken over. She followed Hillary Clinton's lead and wore white from Ralph Lauren to Trump's acceptance speech rally on election night. Mrs. Trump's look, a jumpsuit, was one-shouldered, draped and wide-legged.

She made her first solo campaign speech after the Republican National Convention in a bell-sleeve pink blouse and high-waisted pencil skirt.

On New Year's Eve, she was back in black Gucci for a party, while at the second presidential debate in St. Louis she took the internet by storm in a bright pink Gucci \"pussy bow\" silk crepe top and matching pants.

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Dear Carolyn: I have been married 10 years and have two children, 7 and 9. We have no family in our city and I have very few family members still alive. My husband has a larger family but they are not very close. My kids love being around extended family, but we do not have the money to travel and his family rarely visits.

My brother-in-law comes to visit every couple of years. He usually just comes for the weekend and only spends the first day with us. On the second he goes into town to go out to lunch and shop by himself.

I find this incredibly rude. We clear our very busy schedule to spend time with him and then he goes out and makes it clear he doesn't want us to join him.

My husband thinks there is nothing rude or inconsiderate about this behavior. I couldn't disagree more. He never tells us what his plans are prior to his arrival, which maybe would make it better. My kids don't understand why we can't do something together, and I can't even explain without making him sound bad. He is middle-age, single with no children; it's not like he's a twenty-something going out to party!

Do you think I'm expecting too much from a houseguest or is this totally rude??

\u2014 Anonymous

You are expecting too much from a houseguest.

More important, though: You're expecting way too much from one uncle, who by himself can't possibly satisfy your kids' i.e., your entire (valid) craving for extended family in five visits per decade, not even with that second day. It's unfair to him to expect him to.

Your opening paragraph is telling: Not only does it explain your obstacles to having something you value deeply, but it also has virtually no bearing on what relatives are or aren't obligated to do when accepting your hospitality.

Is it less than ideal for him to use your family as home base while he extracts what he wants from your city? Sure. However, my concern is more that he doesn't communicate with you about his intentions; some hosts wish their guests would be somewhat independent, after all, meaning there's an element of personal preference here, plus you mention clearing your schedules. These suggest a simple pre-visit email or conversation could pre-empt some hard feelings.

\"Suggests\" being the operative word: That he does that same thing every visit means you're beyond needing an email to notify you of his plans. You have all the information you need to prepare yourselves to share only the one day with him.

Since you keep hoping for more anyway, and blaming him when those hopes are dashed, that says your outrage at this point isn't a reaction, it's a choice.

Please make a different one, for everyone's sake. Choose not to see this uncle as your kids' best hope for family, and instead see him as the one-day visitor he is. Tell your kids exactly that when they ask. \"[Shrug.] It's what he always does.\" No further explanation needed. Except maybe to give him credit for visiting, right?

And, more important, see this as the push you need to find other ways to experience family. Or, \"family\" since creating community sometimes means leaving the tree.

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Felipe Molina realizes there\u2019s a segment of history, particularly that of his culture, that is slowly disappearing with age.

Molina is a Yoeme \u2212 more commonly known in Southern Arizona as Yaqui Indian \u2212 who is trying to keep the history of his culture alive through education, writings and, in mid-February, a community tour through the various Yaqui communities in the area, some of which still exist and others which are just a vision of the past.

At 65 years old, Molina likes to share what it was like to live in a small house made of mud and sticks, and how happy a family could be with its modest existence in a time when the world around a Yoeme village was headed toward where we are today.

\u201cThere\u2019s some people still interested in finding out about the way we lived,\u201d Molina said. \u201cI think it\u2019s important because we carry on our language, we carry on our traditions and our ceremonial lives.\u201d

On Feb. 11, Molina will lead a tour of the Tucson and Marana Yaqui communities in an event organized through the Old Pueblo Archaeology Center, a local non-profit whose mission includes, \u201cto educate children and adults to understand and appreciate archaeology and other cultures.\u201d

The tour is $25 ($20 for Old Pueblo Archaeology Center members). Reservations and prepayment must be made by Feb. 8 to participate in the tour.

\u201cIt goes back to our mission to educate people about Arizona and Southwestern archaeology, history and the cultures,\u201d said Allen Dart, executive director of the Old Pueblo Archaeology Center. \u201cCultures is a big part of that. When most people think of archaeology, they think of the Tohono O\u2019odham being the main culture in the area. But a major component is the Yaqui or Yoeme culture that not too many people know about.\u201d

Some of the tour will require some imagination by those who attend because some of the villages on the tour no longer exist, having been displaced over the years as Tucson developed around them.

\u201cPart of the reason for doing this is to get non-native people into the concept that most native cultures, Yaqui and otherwise, tie very high importance to the land and the landscape. Just visiting these landscapes where they originally established communities gives people a perspective of what the land means to native cultures here.\u201d

Molina will take the tour to an area near the Santa Cruz River and West Irvington Road where the first Yoeme people migrated from Mexico in the 1890s and early 1900s, living in mud houses known as \u201cjacals\u201d and growing their food.

\u201cThat\u2019s the area the elders called \u2018Bwe\u2019u Hu\u2019upa\u2019 which means \u2018large mesquite,\u2019\u201d Molina said. \u201cWe\u2019re going to start there because that\u2019s where the people lived. Some of them had gardens because it was close to the river.\u201d

Because of the time Molina spent absorbing the Yoeme history as a child, he said he will be able to stand where they lived and describe what life was like, who the people were, and what they meant to their community and the history of Tucson as a whole.

\u201cI will tell them this is where our people used to live,\u201d he said. \u201cThey had gardens. They lived in mud houses with ramadas. They collected the mesquite pods which were ground into flour.\u201d

Having lived in one, Molina can describe how a jacal was built, using railroad ties and lumber for framing, saguaro cactus ribs and mud for the walls, and then wood, corrugated metal and mud to insulate the roof.

\u201cThat\u2019s what kept it cool in the summer and warm in the wintertime,\u201d Molina said. \u201cYou didn\u2019t need much heating.

\u201cI was almost born in one of them. My mother was going to give birth to me but it didn\u2019t happen and I was born at St. Mary\u2019s Hospital. Back then there were midwives in the village. Many people, many of my relatives, were born in that house.\u201d

Molina grew up in the Yoeme village that gave way to Interstate 10 between Tangerine Road and Marana Road. The tour will stop there where Molina can give a first-hand account of living in the farming community and the people who started moving there at the turn of the 20th century.

\u201cThose people worked for the farmers clearing land,\u201d Molina said. \u201cMarana was a big farming area and that\u2019s how they earned money to make a living. My grandfather said that after the Mazocoba Massacre (in 1890 Mexico) many of them came across and some went straight to Marana to look for work and raise a family. My grandfather went there in 1921.\u201d

The villages were small, some with just a few houses and a few families. Others more populated, like the Old Pasqua Yaqui village that still exists east of I-10 and off Grant Road.

\u201cMany families just clustered in small areas,\u201d Molina said.

And they were close.

The jacal was simple but provided a gathering place for families in the villages, Molina said.

\u201cThe biggest room was the kitchen,\u201d he said. \u201cIt had the stove, the table, the chairs. When you had visitors, that\u2019s where they congregated. And then there would be a bedroom to one side and another to the other side.\u201d

In that day, the kitchen was a place where the young generation was interested in listening to the elders, as Molina did, to understand the culture, the traditions, the ceremonies that seem to be fading with time as the kitchen tables are now surrounded by a younger generation that hardly looks up from their cell phones.

\u201cThe job of the elders was to keep the young people on the right path,\u201d Molina said. \u201cIf they went sideways they had to tell them a story or give them advice.

\u201cThe elders back then lived over 100 (years) because they were living in that area eating the traditional foods and wild greens. I think that\u2019s what they\u2019re trying to pass on to the new generations.\u201d

Molina now finds himself as one of the elders who is doing what he can to pass on his knowledge of the life, the culture and ceremonies to the young generation that gets most of its information, history and knowledge from the technology that surrounds him. And there is hope.

Molina said some impetus for the February tour came from a tour he gave to a group of youngsters last fall.

\u201cI did a little (tour) on my own back in November,\u201d he said. \u201cWe visited the first village and I talked to them about the way they carried on their lifestyle, the ceremonial life, respecting the ceremonial kinship that was very important in those days.

\u201cThey didn\u2019t know there used to be a village there. They were surprised to hear it. Maybe they drove through there every day or once a week, and they didn\u2019t know there was a community there. They were happy.\u201d

\u201cI will tell them this is where our people used to live. They had gardens. They lived in mud houses with ramadas. They collected the mesquite pods which were ground into flour.\u201d Felipe Molina
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