From Dec. 22 through Jan. 4, 2013, the Star published stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. They are presented again for the holidays. Background photo by James S. Wood / Arizona Daily Star
Chorus, orchestra shine in one of George Hanson's finest "Messiah" performances in Tucson.
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A production of "The Old Pueblo Radio Show-Garrison Keillor eat your heart out!"
Holidays in Tucson: Trends, traditions and ideas for a season of celebration.
The Winterhaven Festival of Lights in black and white? Why? There was color film available in the 1950s and ’60s, including Kodak’s Kodachrome and Ektrachrome. But newspapers, like the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen, didn’t have much, if any, color-printing capabilities then, so even …
El Nacimiento at the Tucson Museum of Art’s historic Casa Cordova is a tradition that you will find only in Tucson
Four hours and seven minutes ago our family brought forth on this table a Thanksgiving dinner, conceived in our kitchen, and dedicated to the proposition that all relatives are created equal.
Now we are engaged in a great war of serving spoons and words, testing whether this family, so con…
The dame handed me a shopping list and rubbed her wedding ring like she was rubbing a genie’s lamp. I set down my detective work, rolled back from my desk and said, “Your wish is my command, kitten.”
Saturday, Dec. 27, is the only drive-thru night this year for cars.
Flavors, events, traditions: We share why fall is a season to be savored.
Katie’s Heart donates toys to hospitals, charities ambulances.
The toe-tapping harmonies of the Tucson Barbershop eXperience flowed freely from the rehearsal room and into the hallway of the Tucson Jewish Community Center late last month.
Christmas has turned from a “what’s in it for me” experience to a giving experience. For the past several years, my gratification has come from finding meaningful gifts for friends, no longer contemplating what treasures will be bestowed upon me.
It was near closing time on Christmas Eve and all that stood between Thunder Canyon Brewery bartender Danielle Herrington and quitting time were two customers.
Each day through Jan. 4, we will publish stories from the Arizona Daily Star and Tucson Citizen news archives. This article is from Dec. 16, 1959.