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Jennifer Wu almost didn’t make it to her own event, or at least that’s what a comedic sketch portrayed just before she frantically arrived on stage.

Wu was Canon’s keynote speaker at the Sedona PhotoFest on Thursday, June 5, at the Sedona Performing Arts Center.…

Firefighters relive blaze’s start

They were three of the first Sedona Fire District personnel to arrive on the scene of the Slide Fire, which would become one of the largest the Sedona area and the Coconino National Forest has ever seen.…

A look inside the dome home of Xanadu

When residents and visitors alike visit Sedona by taking State Route 179 from Interstate 17, usually the first thing they notice from the road before hitting the Village of Oak Creek is a collection of brightly colored egg-shaped domes on the left.…

Sedona Camera Club exhibits alongside PhotoFest

The Sedona Camera Club is presenting its annual print exhibition at the Sedona Arts Center as a parallel to the Sedona PhotoFest.

The exhibition, which is in the Special Exhibition Gallery at the SAC, will run until Sunday, June 8.…

Bryant Fiske explores Vedic & Western healing

Bryant Fiske wants to help people feel better, it’s just a matter of figuring out which way he wants to do it.

Fiske, 19, is spending his summer slinging coffee during his break from Northern Arizona University, where he started studying with an intent to get into physical therapy.…

Evacuees return to canyon

Frank Garrison admits that he was expecting the worst during those days following the mandatory evacuation of Oak Creek Canyon.

“When I left, I honestly thought I’d be returning to nothing,” said Garrison, the owner of the Butterfly Garden Inn and Canyon Market.…

Rotary awards Sedona teachers

The Rotary Club of Sedona Red Rocks honored local educators with its Teacher of the Year Awards in May, presenting four awards to teachers at Big Park Community School, West Sedona School,
Sedona Charter School and Sedona Red Rock High School.…

From armpits to feet, children learn about body’s gross side

The Sedona Public Library kicked off its Summer Reading Program on Saturday, May 31 at 11 a.m. with a “Gross Science” program by science entertainer Mark Carter.

Carter played to a packed Si Birch Community Room, where he taught kids about all the disgusting facts they might not know about various parts of the human body, from noses to eyes to armpits.…

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