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Arts & Entertainment: The final weekend of 2017

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What to do around Tucson in this final weekend of 2017.  Arts and entertainment's Herb Stratford has a few suggestions.

• New Year's Eve at the Hotel Congress downtown this year features an "Around the World" theme with specialty food, cocktails and entertainment. Tickets for this unique way to ring in the New Year are $30 - $135 with special room packages if you want to stay the night. Visit HotelCongress.com for more information.
• At Tucson's Museum of Contemporary Art three exhibitions are ending after this weekend. 
BYNOWWEARETHERE: A series of locations connected by the logic of curiosity features the work of 11 artists: Estamos Buscando by Paul Turounet explores the migrant experience along the U.S./Mexico border and Nothing to Declare: Transnational Narratives highlights the work of 13 artists in a multi-disciplinary exhibition that explores the real-world aspects surrounding border issues. MOCA is located at 265 S. Church Ave. across the street from the TCC.
• Comedian Jim Breuer has over 20 years of stand-up comedy experience and remains one of today's top entertainers as he continues to win over audiences. Named one of Comedy Central's "100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time," Breuer is one of the most recognizable comedians in the business, and will bring his impressions and family-friendly stand-up to the Rialto Theatre for one show on December 28 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $26-$42 and available at the door or in advance.

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