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Book Stores Bracing For Industry Changes

     The community is eagerly awaiting the reopening of Bookman’s after the roof collapsed from heavy snow in January, destroying most of its inventory.   “We are steadily at work,” reported the manager, Andrew Shkolnik, who said the popular store and gathering place should reopen in November or December. He said they just got […]

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Sawmill Development Moving Forward

  At the September 14 Flagstaff City Council meeting, the Council will put the finishing touches on the plan chosen to sell the south half of the Aspen Place at the Sawmill project, which fell into default and into the hands of the city in June.   The Aspen Group, the original developer, has found […]

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Sedona Business Guiding Women

Most of the clients who attend the self-discovery retreats and workshops at A Woman’s Way in Sedona are women between the ages of 45 and 65. “Something brings them here – an empty nest, divorce, loss of a spouse, a health is- sue,” said founder Karen Ely. “Women ask ‘Who am I now?’ after a […]

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Sedona’s New Age Businesses Form Cornerstone

Think of Sedona and the first thing that comes to mind is its spectacu- lar red rocks. The second thing is probably the spiritual and metaphysical side to this pretty little city of a just over 10,000. Sedona, by some, is considered the psychic capital of the world and sup- ports many new age businesses […]

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NAU Monetizing Research

The word “incubator” brings to mind a bunch of fluffy, yellow baby chicks that are kept warm and nurtured until they are grown up enough to fend for themselves. Actually, it is not a far stretch to call the Northern Arizona Center for Emerging Technolo- gies an “incubator.” It too keeps new ideas and inventions […]

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