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logo_SIFFNew Geoffrey Rush film and French romantic comedy premiere at Mary D. Fisher Theatre

Sedona AZ (February 4, 2014) – The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premieres of Geoffrey Rush’s new film “The Best Offer” and French romantic comedy “Love Is In the Air” showing Feb. 7-12 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. Read More→

By Steve Hammons
Joint Recon Study Group
 
Phoenix AZ (February 4, 2014) – An upcoming conference in the Phoenix, Arizona, region next week seems to have the potential to expand knowledge and understanding about an apparently challenging, sensitive and complex situation … visitation to Earth by intelligent beings from elsewhere.
 
The 23rd annual International UFO Congress begins Wednesday, Feb. 12 and continues through Sunday, Feb. 16. The conference has become a significant research and educational platform where updated perspectives are shared and opportunities for further insight are identified.  Read More→
Categories : New Age

logo_SIFFFilms From The Joe Show to Waiting for Mamu and Toxic Hot Seat to Le Chef

Sedona AZ (February 4, 2014) – With consistent community backing to ensure success and a forward-driving strategy to build an industry-wide reputation based on the overall Sedona experience for filmmakers, the public and sponsors, the Sedona International Film Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary with a powerful lineup of nearly 160 features, documentaries, shorts and special guests, Feb. 22 to March 2. Read More→

logo_lettereditorBy Robert Albrecht, Sedona Resident
(February 4, 2014)

Last Saturday the Sedona Marathon ran through the Kachina subdivision-my subdivision.  My feelings on this were made known and many of you shared my concerns. But that is not the purpose of this “Letter”.

I feel that it is also necessary to “pat people on the back” when they have done a good job; and such is the case with the Sedona Marathon Committee and persons and agencies involved. From my perspective, which was from my dining room with a warm cup of coffee, the entire marathon involvement with the Kachina subdivision was very professional that day. Read More→

Sedona AZ (February 4, 2014) – As the first World Peace Dance Celebration Week begins, the Sedona International Cities of Peace (SCOP) Team (12 Partners in Peace) announced they are awarding Barbara Litrell and Elaine Hanson with the First Sedona: International Cities of Peace PeaceMaker Award. This award will be presented on Friday, February 7, 2014 during the intermission the World Peace Dance Celebration at the Sedona Performing Arts Center. Read More→

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logo_USFS_USDAVerde Valley AZ (February 4, 2014) – Coconino National Forest personnel will attend an upcoming Coconino Trail Riders open house event focused on motorized trail use in the Verde Valley area.

The public is invited to attend the event on Sunday (Feb. 9) from 12-4 p.m. at D&K Cycle located at 1752 S. State Route 260 in Cottonwood. Forest Service personnel will be present to answer questions and discuss current and future motor use on trails, as well as the Travel Management Rule and the proposed Cornville single-track loop. Read More→

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Information & Opinion by Warren Woodward
(February 4, 2014)

The City of Sedona is spreading disinformation regarding “smart” meters.

First, on January 21st of this year, Nick Gioello, the Assistant to the City Manager (not to be confused with the Assistant City Manager), sent out an email proclaiming that: “The City of Sedona has no jurisdictional authority regarding the installation of smart meters or the establishment of opt out fees; that authority is vested with the Arizona Corporation Commission by State statute.” Read More→

By Ted Grussing

… my mind was fried finishing up the new computer and installing all the software again. Many actions to re-write and preferences and shortcuts to establish, but it is worth it. The computer is operating flawlessly and all three monitors have a purpose which is working out well … I think so anyhow. The fourth monitor will be functional next week. The photo tonight is the third one I started and now am running short on time so it will have to do. It is a shot of part of Hoodoo city on the upper eastern reaches of Sycamore Canyon. Love that area of the canyon and you get the feeling that you are among a city frozen in time and watched over by the slowly eroding sentinels.

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