May/june 2015

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Power of Home
 
We visit the homes of three Flagstaff residents whose residences also serves a unique dwelling that connects to their lifestyles and loves—or are labors of love themselves.



Photo by Ralph Schmid

In Range
A History Blazed
With all of the greatness of the warm weather season, we unabashedly celebrate history of the area’s best trails and day hikes, from the Grand Canyon to the Peaks.

 


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DEPARTMENTS

HOMES AND SPACES
One local custom home features the high-end work of a local milling company, and it also blends a luxurious home with rustic charms..

DÉCOR AND MORE
We talk to local designers about tips on how to ready a home for sale, when the time comes. They’ll share some simple tips on how to stage the house and ready and make it appealing

THE DISH
A local Vietnamese restaurant has gathered a strong following with its signature dishes. We look at their cuisine as well as the recent popularity of Vietnamese food fostered by dedicated chefs.


bottle & spirits
Our resident wine expert offers some of his favorite sips for celebrations as we move into wedding and special event season.


ART/SEEN
Flagstaff artist Kayley Quick has gone from performing artist to graphic-artist poster maker to straight-up visual artist in just a few short years. With this being the start of summer and Quick getting her start with summer concert posters, we thought it was a good time to catch up.

ON THE MAP
A recent article on “microadventures” signaled the idea to return to Wupatki National Monument and dig into a special day trip to the archaeological sites.

NATURAL SELECTIONS
A Flagstaff resident has been fortunate enough to capture a rarely seen natural display on a nearby lake, and he shares his photos and his story..

MIND & BODY
We meet with some local fitness instructors and fitness centers who, with different classes and programs, put a focus on helping moms stay fit and healthy as they progress through motherhood.

PICTURE THIS
As we transition from spring to summer (and, not too soon, on to fall), we feature some of our favorite photographs of our area mountains, from a distance as well as on them.

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