• Bell Rock

      Welcome to the New Age mecca of North America, the city that locals have dubbed the “cathedral without walls.” From the red cliffs to the remnants of old Hollywood Western films, there’s something special about Sedona. It’s a space for healing, reflection, and letting go. With over three million tourists flocking to the city … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Culture, Things to do

  • Hippie woman stroll on mountain

      What’s in a name? Quite a bit, as many hikers have found out when they see the thin archway of Devil’s Bridge Trail. The natural “bridge” is safe enough, with a little common sense, but can be frightening for those with a fear of heights. Surprisingly, it’s actually a relatively short and easy hike … [Read more...]

  • Avocado and Quinoa Salad with Chia Seed

      Veg out January 20 – 21 at the annual Sedona VegFest. It’s a festival for all things related to a healthy plant-based lifestyle and diet. If you’re interested in adopting this green lifestyle, or learning more about it, it’s the perfect place to get healthy recipes, information on how you can reduce cruelty and … [Read more...]

  • Martin Luther King Day Badge Icon

      You’ll find plenty of ways to celebrate the life and work of Dr. King during the month of January, especially if you take a short day trip to Phoenix. Start the weekend on Friday morning at 7 a.m. at the Phoenix Convention Center for the MLK Awards Breakfast. It’s where local leaders who are … [Read more...]

  • Pizza Margherita

      Visitors flock to Sedona for that famous southwest fare, but sometimes only a sizzling pie will do—don’t worry, at most pizzerias in town you can get a pie with southwestern flare! Check out Moondog’s Pizza and Dinner, which boasts New York-style with hand-tossed crust, roasted garlic in the house sauce, whole milk mozzarella and … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Kid-Friendly, Restaurants

  • Banner With Christmas Tree On Dark Background

      Grab your hot chocolate for a little extra energy boost, because it’s going to be a busy month! Sedona is full of Christmas happenings, starting with Hillside Holiday Saturdays taking place every Saturday this month. Here you can enjoy holiday treats, goodies and specials as you shop for gifts. Take a break and visit … [Read more...]

  • Attractive Woman in an Art Gallery (XXXL)

      Located in Hillside Sedona is one of the most stunning of fine art galleries in the country. The James Ratliff Gallery has been serving the Sedona community for over 30 years, boasting an impressive number of artists with both national and international acclaim. From private collections to loans from museums around the globe, no … [Read more...]

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  • Melted hot liquid chocolate with chocolate pieces. Background.

      On the prowl for holiday chocolates? Start your delicious journey at Lulu’s Chocolate Lounge, where every choice is wholly organic, fair-trade, vegan, paleo-friendly, free of soy and gluten, and sweetened naturally—all without compromising flavor. It’s artisanal chocolate at its finest, with truffles hand-crafted and almonds sprouted on site before being hand-crushed. Every gold wrapper … [Read more...]

  • Homemade Roasted Thanksgiving Day Turkey

      Cucina Rustica, known for its classic Italian cuisine, is surprisingly one of the most popular picks in Sedona for Thanksgiving dinner. Open on the big holiday and serving a special, traditional menu with Italian flare, it’s upscale, elegant, and ideal for an intimate holiday with loved ones. The sauté method is preferred here for … [Read more...]

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      Located within the Pima Air and Space Museum, the 390th Memorial honors the courage and sacrifice of those who served. The 390th Bomb Group of 1943 was activated in California and featured four squadrons. Both air and ground troops were assigned within the 8th Air Force in July 1943 and were sent to Suffolk, … [Read more...]

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