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  • Frost may have bitten the golden leaves on Mount Lemmon, but we're still gushing over these photos :  @harrietrosecornick 
  • Tucson's cycle culture never takes a break, but we have to admit~ our mild winters sure make for the perfect
  • The days might be shorter, but the weather is cooler, which means you'll find us on Tumamoc Hill, training for
  • Here's some Tuesday Trivia for ya: How many trains pass through Tucson every day? ️ Tucson is in the middle
  • It's snowy on Mt. Lemmon today ❄️ If you're skipping the  #BlackFriday  shopping and wanting to head to the snow,
  • Want a sneak peak of Miracle on Congress St.? ❄️ The annual pop-up bar is all spruced-up and ready for
  • Ready to be mesmerized by holiday lights? Us too  @downtowntucson 's 25th Annual Parade of Lights is Nov. 30! Get there
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