June 2010

 

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Tires to the Dirt  FlipBook
With the summer season upon us, we look to the wildly popular phenomenon of mountain biking. What are the best trails? Best bikes? Latest trends? We learn all about the pedal-powered joy of rolling through nature.


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Eat, Sleep & Dream
We go behind the scenes of three popular Flagstaff bed and breakfasts to learn about the life of hosting guests and creating homes away from home.


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DEPARTMENTS

THE DISH
Local cheese lover and expert Amy Combs from New Frontiers shares with us the magic of cheese, with a focus on regional varieties and exceptional pairings.

BY THE BOTTLE
Our wine expert reviews wines labeled as “reserve,” a tricky label by any standard

THE ARTIST PROFILE
Flagstaff artist Jay O’Connor has long intrigued viewers with his rare and intricate beadwork.

SOUND & STAGE
We interview the leader of Flagstaff band Sambátuque, a percussion troupe that draws a crowd everywhere they go.

MIND & BODY
Ongoing research shows how our brains respond to certain activities (or lack of activities such as sleep), chemicals and our own biology. We look at ways to improve healthy brain function and what to do when our brains give us trouble.

ON THE MAP
The lush retreat created by Tonto Natural Bridge makes for a great place to explore in the summer.

HOME DISTINCTIONS
We travel to a home in Kachina Village where the homeowner’s eye for the esthetic turned a simple mountain residence into something more.

INSIDE TIPS
With summer gardening swinging in to gear, we offer some ideas for great products and accessories to help make it easier.

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