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Landscape Hotel Designed to Float Among the Red Rocks

North America’s first “landscape hotel” is now underway with site work and construction amidst the red rocks of Sedona, offering a new way for travelers to embrace sustainable tourism in scenic Northern Arizona. A groundbreaking ceremony last month by Sedona-based developer Two Sister Bosses and the City of Sedona has set the stage for Ambiente […]

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Lisa Dahl Does it Again as Butterfly Burger Takes Off

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 mixed with special herbs and spices that make it unique and cosmopolitan.” The all-natural, certified Black Angus creation with white aged cheddar and Louis remoulade on a bed of shredded […]

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Wildlife Park Attracting Record Crowds

Out of Africa Wildlife Park has become a favorite year-round visitor destination in Arizona’s central highlands. Ever-increasing visitation at the spacious 200-plus acre attraction will likely reach more than 150,000 guests this year, said Ashton Powell, public relations director for Out of Africa (OOA). Located just west of Camp Verde off I-17, it makes a […]

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Grounding in Sedona

Mariel Hemingway walked barefoot through the forest, Mackenzie Philips comforted those recovering from addiction and Ed Asner reflected on a life of standing up for what he believes. The actors joined filmmakers, production crew members, film buffs, locals and visitors for the 25th annual Sedona International Film Festival. Organizers rolled out the red carpet for […]

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Experienced Aviation Professional Lands Sedona Airport’s General Manager Position 

‘U.S.S. Sedona’ welcomes a new commanding officer aboard  The best journeys do not necessarily have a flight plan. From growing up near an airfield to becoming a licensed commercial pilot to spearheading a fledgling air-traffic control school, Deborah Abingdon has vectored her distinct aviation experience toward a career in airport management. Plus, she has made […]

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Native-Inspired Therapies Drawing National Attention to Sedona Spa 

Located in the picturesque and sacred Boynton Canyon just south of Sedona, Enchantment Resort’s Mii amo spa draws direct inspiration from the Native American peoples that once inhabited this land and still consider it hallowed ground. Recently, Travel + Leisure Magazine readers named Mii amo the top destination spa in the United States as part […]

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Sedona Movement Guru Pens Guide to Being Best Self

Landmarks of the red-hued kind are Sedona’s calling card. While inspired by them constantly, Pilates expert and wellness professional Hayley Healey focuses more on the landmarks inside each us, those that guide and shape our movement patterns, and the deep connection between the mind and the body. If writing a self-improvement book were akin to […]

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Chef Lisa Dahl Expanding Culinary Empire with Two New Restaurants 

Sedona Chef Lisa Dahl, owner and executive chef of Dahl Restaurant Group, is expanding her restaurant concepts with the debut of a “couture-burger lounge,” Butterfly Burger, and a second location for her fast-casual, wood-fired pizzeria, Pisa Lisa. Both restaurants will be located in the Village of Oak Creek within Sedona Vista Village, a redevelopment project […]

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Leading Ladies, Women Directors and a Mankiller Take the Stage

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 […]

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VOC Outlet Mall Becomes Sedona Vista Village

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 […]

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