Month: July 2018

The Art of Presentation: Gerry Quotskuyva

It’s the dawning of the Age of Aquarius. Every one of us is in the midst of a global conversation on a scale never before experienced in history. For the first time, thanks in large part to technology, we are seeing and hearing voices and perspectives of people outside our own echo chambers of experiences and ideas, and it is changing our political and cultural landscapes.

A Light in the Dark

Walking into the art studio of James Muir’s well-appointed Sedona home, I can’t help but feel a sense of reverence. Gentle music is playing in the background, and deep fabrics and rich woods surround us.

Native Pride

Writer Amanda Christmann Photographer Scott Baxter [dropcap]A[/dropcap]rizona is unique. Perhaps it’s the subtleties of the seasons that make us appreciate…

Faux the Beauty

For a couple of guys who make their living fooling the eye, Rich Kovacich & Felix Lagazo are as real as they come.

Chile Lime Salmon Tacos

Writer and Photographer Kyndra Kelly [dropcap]T[/dropcap]hese simple and fresh tacos are a great for those hot summer nights when you…

Blue-barb Coffee Cake

Writer and Photographer Kyndra Kelly [dropcap]T[/dropcap]his coffee cake has been a family favorite for years. I decided to add rhubarb…

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