Support for women of all ages in film industry power positions was a noticeable theme throughout the 24th Annual Sedona International Film Festival. Producers, directors and actors demonstrated and voiced their encouragement for more women in leadership roles. Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd told the story of Wilma Mankiller, the first female chief of the […]
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, to attract new retail and dining options and to turn approximately a third of the nine-acre property into a 117-room “Element by Westin” hotel. Rebranded as Sedona Vista Village, the […]
One of Northern Arizona’s premier resort properties is undertaking a major overhaul of their flagship dining space. The Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock recently announced and began a $2 million renovation of its restaurant, the Grille at Shadow Rock. The project is expected to be completed early this month. General Manager Jay Kriske said […]
The sleepy Village of Oak Creek boasts one grocer, several restaurants and a small outlet mall. But recently, the hamlet on the southern outskirts of Sedona earned new bragging rights. The Village of Oak Creek was just named Arizona’s No. 1 on SmartAsset’s list of “Most Tax Friendly Places for Retirees.” Of the 10 Arizona […]
The only time a health professional usually mentions salt is to warn the public not to eat too much of the most basic food additive, as it raises blood pressure, affects kidney function and more. However, people have known for thousands of years that the right kind of exposure to salt appears to have surprising […]
A group of 27 professional artists in Sedona and Cornville are excited to open their private studios and show their latest work during the Sedona Red Rock Artists Open Studio Tour. Visitors can talk with the artists, experience their workspaces and purchase art, all while enjoying the beautiful landscape of the Verde Valley as they tour […]
A Flagstaff native and avid pilot, Amanda Shankland brings a wealth of experience, ranging from starting her own business, to helping run Flagstaff Pulliam Airport, to being the mother of five teenagers. “That might not seem like a valuable trait, but it’s also all about communication!” said a smiling Shankland, who occasionally flies to work […]
Register for the next workshop on enhancing your bottom line by managing your customer service, presented by the Yavapai College Small Business Development Center (SBDC), and SCORE (Senior Corps of Retired Executives), Wednesday August 24, from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. at Yavapai College-the Sedona Center. Call Katherine Anderson at 776-2008 to RSVP. Registration costs $20 and includes breakfast.