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Tlaquepaque Village

Even though the designs may have been different, the concept was the same — to provide Sedona with a new, modern outdoor venue that can be enjoyed for decades to come.…

Leven sheds light on filmmaking

The Sedona International Film Festival is about more than just watching movies. Sunday, Feb. 23, the screening of “Girl on a Bicycle” was followed by a Q&A with director and writer Jeremy Leven.…

Shirley Knight’s work honored at film fest

Shirley Knight has been making movies since 1958, and she has had no trouble keeping the work coming.…

‘Nellie Oleson’ coming to town

Her real name might not be well-known but chances are if you watched TV in the ’70s and ’80s you definitely know her character’s name.…

Group talks splitting from college

Ruth Wicks and former Yavapai College Governing Board member Robert Oliphant held the first exploratory meeting to discuss issues with the college’s recently-adopted 10-year master plan on Wednesday, Feb. 19, at Mingus Union High School in Cottonwood.…

Davis organizes school talent show

The Sedona Red Rock High School Student Council is hoping to bring back an old tradition with the second annual Spring Variety Show on Saturday, March 22, at the Sedona Performing Arts Center.…

Music Rock Class ‘turns it up to 11’

Classical music isn’t the only thing happening at Sedona Red Rock High School band classes.…

Neighbors bring in tons of food

The Yavapai Food Council’s Food Neighbors program continues into 2014, and the results from the first collection of the year are in.
In a report released by executive director Amy Aossey, data showed the final tallies for the Feb. 8 food collections in Camp Verde, Cottonwood, Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.…

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