Sedona author D.D. Kaczmarek Coffee saw her first book go into worldwide distribution, but it wasn't cause for celebration.Instead, she contacted the FBI.
- Published: March 1st, 2013
Sedona restaurateur Lisa Dahl and property owner Michael Stevenson invited residents to see just what they envision for a piece of dilapidated property on Cook’s Hill.
The duo held an open house Thursday, Feb. 21, in conjunction with Southwest Environmental Consultants and city of Sedona staff at the site where Dahl hopes to build a new restaurant.
“I’ve longed as a chef to expand my horizons or my abilities and my creativity with a new genre of food,” Dahl said in an interview after the open house.
For the full story, see the Wednesday, Feb. 27, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.
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