Just as Lowell Observatory invited the public to experience the new Giovale Open Deck Observatory (GODO) starting this month, with its glowing educational exhibits and ...
Bucking the trend of the ski industry, Arizona Nordic Village has lowered its prices for 2019-20 season passes in an effort to invite more participation ...
She has taken the burger to a whole new dimension,” exclaimed Diane Lange of Sedona after savoring Chef Lisa Dahl’s Gringo Burger. “It’s the freshness ...
For every box of cookies sold, there may well be a life-changing story to be told about the Girl Scouts, and those attending the 2019 ...
Cleaning hotel rooms, working at the front desk and serving as a hostess and cashier is not typical for most nine-year old girls, but for ...
Shivers! Be prepared for an evening of scary themes (including music from “Psycho” and “The Exorcist”) during this Halloween concert! The Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra will also be in costume as they perform twenty popular and spooky numbers for all ages. Dress up in your Halloween costume for a family night out! Children 12 and under […]
Exploring Lowell’s Expanding Universe Lowell Observatory’s plans for a $29 million Astronomy Discovery Center are coming into focus, featuring the Universe Theater with a wrap-around video screen and an open-air planetarium equipped with heated seats! Lowell representatives say it will be among the best science centers in the world and will substantially increase tourism to […]
Minnesota has long been considered the center of hockey in the United States, so perhaps it is not surprising that the man considered “the father of hockey” in Flagstaff hails from that state. His name is Jerry Caple and what started out for him as a childhood passion turned into a lifetime of promoting the […]
Charles Babbitt grew up in Flagstaff. “It was a very different city then,” he recalled, “about 15,000 people. We had a father who was interested in the outdoors, and he encouraged us to take a deeper look at the natural world. We spent a lot of time driving, hiking and exploring Northern Arizona.” That deep […]
If you’ve ever gone to lunch with someone who couldn’t decide what to order, you know the pain of indecision. While you, everyone else at the table and the server are quietly on standby, that individual is thoughtfully considering whether it’s a quinoa-bowl kind of day or a full-on loaded burger event. President Theodore Roosevelt […]
Hello, Northern Arizona! I hope everyone is enjoying their fall! This month, I want to talk about how we talk about education. The Red for Ed movement last year made teacher pay a priority in Arizona, though it still remains one of the lowest in the country. In my meetings with those who work in […]
Happy Halloween, and happy house hunting – or so we think. Not all homes are brand new with fresh paint, sparkling countertops and new finishes. Some homes have an uneasy past, or even a creepy former life. It is well known that Flagstaff has many haunted accounts. Google “Haunted Flagstaff” to discover that multiple hotels […]
Not all stress is created equal. Stress can be positive. This good stress is called eustress. The stress people usually think of is distress. Negative stress with the feeling of being anxious and overwhelmed drags people down, sapping their energy and draining their joy. The bad stress leaves people stuck in fight, flight or freeze […]