March 2012

 

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In Service to the Muse  FlipBook
We profile five of Flagstaff's most important women artists who have demonstrated creativity and innovation and shown their importance in the local arts community.



In Range
Dancing the Rain  
Although the Hopi Katsina dances started last month and not this month, we wanted to honor the ceremonies as a great way to celebrate the official arrival of spring.

 


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DEPARTMENTS

THE DISH
With this being the month of St. Patrick’s Day, our food writer decided to talk to one local chef who has included beer in some of his recipes.

by the bottle
Our resident wine expert explores the concept of food-friendliness in wine and how that’s measured.


THE ARTIST PROFILE
We talk to Greg Mason, who has achieved local artistic fame for his abstract art made from clocks. He’s also moved to other intriguing sculpture work.

SOUND & STAGE
When it comes to dancing, Flagstaff residents have been lining up for a little country line dancing. Along with dances at the Museum Club, a local line-dance enthusiast has taken the dance craze to the YMCA.

Mind & Body
We meet with a local woman who has brought a specialized treatment called the Hungarian facial, as well as other facial providers in town. And we talk about the importance of treating the face in an arid and sunny climate.

HOME DISTINCTIONS
A house near downtown makes use of train shipping containers to create a home in all its reusable glory.

INSIDE TIPS
We talk to a local interior designer about some tips of buying and displaying art (and framing it) to show at home.



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