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Visitors Welcome for Sedona Thanksgiving

While the traditional image of Thanksgiving dinner usually involves a family gathering and a home-cooked meal, every November there are travelers in cities like Sedona who find themselves far from the comfort of their grandmother’s kitchen. Whether on the road to conduct business, vacation, or in the midst of a more permanent move, many people […]

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Tourism Steady Despite Cardinals Flight

With the chill of autumn in the air and winter on its way, Flagstaff business owners, hoteliers, and restaurateurs are now able to reflect on the recently concluded summer tourism season. Although the skiing and snowboarding seasons that are yet to come traditionally provide Flagstaff with the vast majority of its tourist-based economic activity, visitation […]

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Sedona Pursuing Dark Skies Status

Sedona may well be on its star-lit path of becoming the newest Dark Sky City. With a 5-2 vote on Sept. 9, the Sedona City Council approved a resolution by Keep Sedona Beautiful (KSB) to apply for dark sky status with the International Dark-Skies Association. Sedona would become just the fifth community to receive such […]

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Fiesta Features Tlaquepaque’s Mexican Charm

One of Northern Arizona’s grand traditions is set to celebrate a milestone anniversary Saturday, Sep. 14, when the 40th annual Fiesta del Tlaquepaque recreates the sights and sounds of Mexico in Sedona. A world-renowned arts and crafts village nestled beneath massive sycamores along Oak Creek, Tlaquepaque is one of Sedona’s landmark destinations. By enabling locals […]

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Sedona Joins Rental Inspection Debate

  In an effort to make sure renters have clean, well-maintained and structurally sound homes, the Sedona City Council is meeting at 3 p.m., Tuesday, June 11 to consider whether a residential rental maintenance inspection program is needed. But some in the rental business say programs like this are not necessary, not well-implemented and cost […]

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Pink Jeeps and Papillon Collaborating for Adventure

Two of the region’s long-time touring companies, Pink Jeep Tours and The Papillon Group, are launching a new venture. Marrying the concept of off-road adventure tours popularized by Pink Jeep Tours with the exhilarating experience of soaring through the skies on The Papillon Group’s helicopters and airplanes, this partnership is designed to carve a new […]

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Sedona Named in Fodor’s 10 Best Towns

The prestigious travel publication Fodor’s recently named Sedona to its exclusive 10 Best Small Towns in America list, which highlighted premier travel destinations that can be found off the beaten path. As the largest publisher of English language travel guides in the world, a recommendation of this stature from Fodor’s is sure to stimulate Sedona’s […]

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Sedona Artists Open Doors to Creativity

Painters, sculptors, photographers, glaziers, jewelers and a whole host of professional craftspeople have made Sedona a haven for creative expression. With dozens of fine art galleries standing as testaments to Sedona’s flourishing community of artists, their sculptures and statues signal to visitors that they have entered a place of wonder and inspiration. Among the many […]

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