Letter from the Editor

Jazz, baby!

Award-winning singer/songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway needs no introduction to many jazz and Broadway fans in the Old Pueblo. The fact that she now lives here, and is one of the star performers for the Tucson Jazz Festival this month, made her the ideal choice for our cover. The Fox Tucson Theatre (where she will be performing the music of Nelson Riddle) graciously opened its doors for the photo shoot, and Tom Spitz took the picture. Read all about Ann and this fabulous annual concert series on page 38.

Photo by Jon Wolf Photography

As 2019 begins, many of us are implementing our New Year’s resolutions. If you’ve been trying to cut back your calorie intake, we have some great suggestions for you. Turn to page 50 to see Sarah Burton’s story on eating a little lighter when you’re dining out.

Winter days in Tucson are usually mild enough to allow for everything from a full on hike to a leisurely stroll through one of the many parks in and around town. One of the best for exploration is Tohono Chul. Meet the park’s executive director on page 17.

Estimates are that 22 million Americans have some form of sleep apnea. Many who have it don’t realize that their symptoms, which can include everything from snoring to restless sleep to daytime fatigue, are the result of a potentially serious disorder. Discover what you need to know by reading Elena Acoba’s article on page 43.

With so many exciting events in January, be sure to check our Not To Be Missed features (pages 20-22), as well as Datebook on page 25.

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