July 2011

 

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Of Highways & Byways  FlipBook
We take a look at a variety of short getaways—for the day or for the weekend—to consider for this summer season.



In Range
Intruder Alert   FlipBook
During the last decade, local biologists, ethnobotanists and environmentalists have worked to push back invasive plant species as a way to help the natives. We look at their efforts and share the joys of local flowers and plant life.

 


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DEPARTMENTS

THE DISH
A popular local chef known for Mexican fare pursues a new love for pizza. He shares his thoughts on what makes the perfect pie.

by the bottle
Our resident wine expert shares the story of one family, the Hopes, and how their modest wine beginnings have led to impressive results.


THE ARTIST PROFILE
A local woodworker has made passion out of turning alligator juniper trees into high-end furniture.

SOUND & STAGE
We talk with the head of the Monday Night Blues club at Charley’s about the revival and what makes blues music so dang good.

MIND & BODY
With all of the challenges thrown at us in these challenging modern times, many people can add a new job description to their lives: stress manager. But one local performance coach has some ideas for how to be good as this new job.

HOME DISTINCTIONS
We tour the residence of Carl and Holly Taylor. Carl, being a Coconino County Supervisor, has shown how to live by example with his sustainable home.

Inside tips
We look at some great ways to bring plants into the home, both by picking the right ones and considering some tips and ideas.

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