May 2012

Cover Story
The Meadow and the Mesa FlipBook

With the late spring and summer here, naturalist-writer Gwendolyn Waring shares the story of Buffalo Park and her passion for Flagstaff’s beloved open space.
Also: Great Urban Hikes



In Range
Home Run Homes  
Every two years, we step back to look at the best of the best homes we have featured in our magazine and share our favorites. This year, we wrangle with the challenge of sorting through homes with great beauty and innovation.

 


May Cover

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DEPARTMENTS

HOME DISTINCTIONS
The Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast has long been an East Side gem. With the hospitality season gearing up, we feature this home and inn.

INSIDE TIPS
We look at some fun kitchen products and place settings for breakfast, just in time to put together a special treat for Mother’s Day.

THE DISH
We talk with Jonathan Netzky, who is taking things to a whole new level with sustainable foods and wowing people with his local veggie burger.

by the bottle
Our wine expert looks at the debate between wines created in oak barrels and wines that are “un-oaked” to see if there’s a difference.


THE ARTIST PROFILE
Jewelry artist Adrianne Dienno shares the power and skill of her technique of marrying metals to create rare and beautiful jewelry.

SOUND & STAGE
We talk to the Northern Arizona Book Festival about their upcoming 15th anniversary and what it means to keep literature relevant and celebrated in our mountain town.

Mind & Body
As the summer nears, we check out the healthy advantages to bicycle riding as a way to burn calories and stay fit. Not to mention, it’s a chance to save gas money.

 



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