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Loving Bowls warms Sedona with art, chili

Nothing warms the heart like chili during the cold winter season, especially when accompanied by a hand-crafted bowl. At least that’s the opinion of several hundred residents who attend the Sedona Arts Center’s annual fundraiser, Loving Bowls, to be held at the SAC Saturday, Dec.…

Museum preps site for film set

It’s a small piece of Sedona’s cinematic history and soon, the public will get to experience it first hand.…

Raffle raises $20K for veterans

After months of selling tickets and attending events, a small group of retired veterans and friends led by Sedona resident John Cornelius held the official drawing for his annual raffle to benefit disabled veterans.…

School book fair overcomes cuts

Despite any obstacles that might have gotten in the way, West Sedona School has continued an annual tradition this week by holding its Scholastic Book Fair from Monday, Dec. 2, to Friday, Dec. 6.…

SVAC artist and student constructs vivid images

“Do you want to know how I got these scars?”

Looking at one of Miles Gallegos’ paintings, “Joker,” one can feel that question from the infamous villain come through as his wide, surly smile curves all too high up his face.…

Music program supplements students’ education

For more than 40 years and counting, American students have known nothing but threats to cut music education in their schools.

Local private music instructor Annette Foldes is doing her part to change that, thanks to her half-hour program, “Music Everywhere!”
Performed once a week to each of the first- through third-grade and fourth- through sixth-grade classes at Sedona Charter School, “Music Everywhere!” shares Foldes’ three decades of knowledge of musical instruments as well as the history behind the music.

“I really do believe that music is everywhere,” she said. “We just have to find it and seek it out.”…

Snyder resigning, returning to Auburn

For Kevin Snyder, it will be a bit of déjà vu.…

Arizona State Rep. Ruben Gallego of Phoenix [D-District 16] is confident that someday soon marijuana use will be legal in the state.

Gallego, the assistant house minority leader, is working on legislation that would regulate and tax marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol. The…

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