Flagstaff in the Frame
A man on foot and on a mission, Flagstaff’s George Breed has been snapping photographs on many of his Flagstaff walkabouts after ditching his car for a walking life. We asked him to open his treasure trove of images and share them with us.
Have Journal, Will Travel
Born and raised in Flagstaff, travel writer Lavinia Spalding has made a big name for herself with her guidebooks on how to travel-journal and make writing on the road or penning adventures come to life. We talk to her about her experiences and advice in the time of this get-out-there season.
Out of nowhere, a new restaurant near the Northern Arizona University campus became a student hotspot. But with the campus out of session and the patio open for business, it’s a great time to check out the fun drinks and fun menu.
by the Bottle
Our wine expert links some fun runs associated with wine and the pleasures of dashing on the trails or pathways with the pleasures of a good glass.
Glass and jewelry artist—and longtime Flagstaff resident—Christina Norlin has learned to fuse her love of nature with her love of creativity.
On the Map
Fossil Creek Wilderness Area appeared on the brink of being loved to death, as the watery destination became a summer hotspot for Phoenicians and locals alike. This year, the Forest Service started a new parking and crowd monitoring program. And it seemed like a great time to return and soak up the wonder.
Décor & More
We look at some great outdoor play products and ideas for the family as ways to encourage kids to get outside and explore.
MIND & BODY
A number of alternative or holistic health therapies involve the use, manipulation or interaction with the body’s energy. We look at some of the types of practices and explain how they work.
HOMES AND SPACES
We tour a Westwood Estates home that has one of Flagstaff’s best backyards, complete with a coursing waterway that has waterfalls and fish ponds—along with a great deck and outdoor fireplace for entertaining.