Red Rock Village Rezoning

Red Rock Village rezoning:
Another out-of-town developer asks for way too much, offers way too little in return
By Marlene Rayner
Here we go again – summer in Sedona brings absurd Community Plan and City Code amendment proposals, along with “community meetings” – timed for exactly when many residents are away!
Last summer, a city-initiated Community Development Code change [...]

The role of the Sedona City Council…

Paul Chevalier

Devi Yoga

Devi Yoga

Start to relax and listen to your body…
… stretch out and stay awhile
by Rhonda Palance
Let’s face it, you came to Sedona to relax.
Whether you live here, just moved here, or you’re simply soaking in the red rocks for a couple of days or hours, you came here to slow down … take the [...]

Hot music at Studio Live

It’s an All-Star Jam Fundraiser
at Sedona Performer’s Guild’s
Sedona Studio Live
by Rhonda Palance
Eric Zang, Suzie Schomaker, and Chrish Spheeris

In what may be the finest gathering of musical talent in Sedona’s colorful history, the Sedona Performer’s Guild is holding a spectacular all-day, all-night, jam-fest fundraiser, Sunday June 7, at SPG’s beautiful new performance space, Studio [...]

Losing Our Right to Vote

Thinking About Sedona

Losing our right to vote
by Paul Chevalier
Vice Mayor John Bradshaw and councilors Nancy Scagnelli, Pud Colquitt and Dan Surber, have control of our City Council, and they are determined to keep it.
These four councilors decided that they will fill the empty council position, vacated by Marc Sterling, with
someone who will serve out [...]

Sedona in Blue

Courthouse Butte, Bell Rock, Chimney Rock, and Cathedral Rock are visible in this breathtaking aerial shot above Sedona.

Sedona Wine Tours

Some of Arizona’s finest wines can be found within minutes of West Sedona, growing in the fertile vineyards of nearby Page Springs.

Wine Bottling: Echo Canyon Vineyard and Winery

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Beautiful Sedona

Snow on Coffee Pot Rock

Cockscomb Mountain

Cockscomb Mountain became famous worldwide when Turner Broadcasting borrowed the image to promote its network.