Sharon Baudelaire knows what it feels like to be isolated and immobilized with fear and uncertainty about the future. Her world began to unravel when she was ...
The Village of Oak Creek’s Sedona Village Factory Outlets is being redeveloped by a new owner, with plans to revive the vacant former IMAX theater, ...
Flagstaff’s Southside renaissance continues with a new restaurant that offers no frills, simple food while paying homage to Flagstaff’s space training heritage. Owner Patrick Flanigan ...
The personality of pizza has changed over the years… and much for the good of our health. The legendary and oh-so-popular flat bread has morphed ...
Maps used by early Arizona Babbitts are now preserved and available in the Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library. Reference librarian and Babbitt relative Claudine Taillac says ...
Tucked in a basin between three mountain ranges – the Huachuca, Santa Rita and Whetstone mountains – a flowered garden, flagstone pathway and decorative fountain announce the welcoming entrance to a very special hacienda-style ranch house on a verdant hillside in Sonoita. Located at a 5,000-foot elevation in Southern Arizona’s Santa Cruz County, this is […]
For many in Flagstaff active in various types of sports and recreation, an ankle sprain is an unfortunate and uncomfortable set back. Recently, a good friend of mine sustained her first ankle sprain and we had a long discussion regarding various aspects of this injury. This is the gist of our conversation and the answers […]
Walk in the door and aromas hit you. Your mouth waters. Bacon sizzles on the grill. Fresh pastries brown in the oven. Savory and sweet mix with the smokiness of freshly brewed coffee. It is a comfortable place, with locals and visitors gathered in a loud mix of laughter and good conversation. And the food […]
“The dedication and passion for the arts and science draws tourists, benefits residents and impacts the local economy by $90 million each year.” T. Tannous, Director, Flagstaff Arts Council Flagstaff’s rich culture of arts and science contributes to the city’s character, sophistication and diversity. Events like the Flagstaff Festival of Science link world-class science […]
Flagstaff Restaurants https://soundcloud.com/user-559986867/on-the-grid-podcast-volume-4 On the Grid with Flagstaff Business News is a monthly podcast delving into timely topics and interviews with guests who help shape the local economy. Restauranteur Paul Moir joins FBN Editor and Host Bonnie Stevens to discuss SLO Restaurant Concepts – SLO meaning Sustainble, Local, Organic – and how the downtown Flagstaff […]
It’s time to get ready for Avenues of the World’s 4th Annual Northern Arizona Travel Expo. This year, the event will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 18, from 5-8 p.m. at the Doubletree by Hilton located at 1175 Historic Rte 66 here in Flagstaff. No better place to be for Happy Hour! Avenues of the […]
Do you or someone you know have a hearing loss in one ear and were told nothing could be done about it? That was the common misconception many years ago. With this type of hearing loss, a person will experience difficulty understanding speech in a noisy room and locating the source of a sound. Many […]
Fascia is the head-to-toe connective tissue that runs throughout the entire body. The fascia encompasses all the body’s internal structures, connecting everything together, even penetrating the muscles, organs and fatty tissues, and connecting bones to muscles and organs to each other. It looks like an extremely large spider web, with each thread connecting to another, […]