For the past 15 years, Victoria Reins has taught Valley students of all ages the skills necessary for creative expression.
This potluck standout combines two of summer’s most iconic salads: the caprese salad and pasta salad. Tender pasta is tossed with pillows of pearl …
I’m a different kind of artist,” Brian Johnson tells me, laughing. I can’t help but agree.
During the spring, most teenagers are probably thinking about the end of the school year and the endless carefree days of summer ahead.
With the school year ending, many students excitedly anticipate the coming summer months filled with fun and memorable vacations. However, one group of high schoolers…
There is an old saying that life imitates art; yet experience would humbly but audaciously suggest that the adage is insufficient. Life does not imitate art so much as it is art.
As if soaring temperatures aren’t enough incentive to leave town, Flagstaff is all-the-more more enticing this month as it hosts the Blues and Brews Festival.
The sky lights up as dazzling fireworks fly high and bright, while onlookers voice their merriment with oohs and aahs. With a boom, bang and pop, Fourth of July…
A picture tells a thousand words, but for artist IdaKatherine Graver, it is a thousand dots that tell a life story.
The romanticization of the Wild West is long and storied, and while much of the Western lifestyle has disappeared over the years, the ideal lives on in cultural vernacular, both in the United States and abroad.