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Move over Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sedona has its own running man.

Adam Gifford, along with his wife Lindsay Scheiwiller, run two running stores in Sedona and are avid runners themselves.…

P&Z approves Marriott project

After nearly 2½ hours of discussion and questions and answers, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission gave its blessing for a proposed hotel project, which now will go before the City Council for final approval.

This was the third and final meeting at the P&Z level for the proposed Courtyard at Marriott, which would be located on the south side of State Route 89A between Park Place and Sedona Red Rock High School.…

Tlaquepaque hosts peace day

Peace may not always be hip, but in this case being square isn’t a bad thing.

Sedona is taking part in the International Day of Peace this Sunday, Sept. 21, at Tlaquepaque arts and crafts village. The day is celebrated by towns and cities big and small across the world. Everyone is invited to the free event.…

Coalition invites artists to defining exhibition

It’s a simple question, but one universally grappled with.

The Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition is calling artists to mull “Who Am I?” as they submit to the group’s 14th Annual SVAC Fall Art Exhibition.…

City OKs flood drainage design

History has shown that the area around Tlaquepaque is one of many in town that is prone to mass flooding.

As a way to help mitigate this problem, the Sedona City Council approved a contract for the Brewer Road/Tlaquepaque drainage improvement design Sept. 8 with Shephard-Wesnitzer Inc. in the amount of $153,855.…

Garland’s Lodge sold

Garland’s Lodge has been a place for people to escape day-to-day life and enjoy nature or to simply drive up for an early dinner for the last four decades.

But now, the lodge is under new ownership.…

Fiesta del Tlaquepaque photo gallery

The Fiesta del Tlapquepaue brought in colorful characters, activities for children and intricate dances as the arts and crafts village celebrated Mexian Independence Day, which officially fell on Tuesday, Sept. 16.

Here are some of the images photojournalist Jordan Reece took of the festivites. Enjoy, but don't try balancing a glass cup on your head while dancing. It's harder than it looks.…

Closed film school reborn

It’s back. As many already know, Yavapai College closed the doors on its film school recently and is now looking at feasible options for renewal, though nothing is in the works yet.

The Sedona Arts Center has decided to take the reins and will now offer film workshops. Full-semester courses are expected to be added in the fall of 2015.…

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