archiveMarch 2015

Q&A: Philosopher’s ‘Millennial Camera’ at ASU Art Museum

On March 6, experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats’ “millennial camera” was installed at the Arizona State University Art Museum to document the Tempe skyline. Keats’ camera is designed like a traditional pinhole camera, with oil paint in place of fil...

Celebrate Earth Day at the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park is celebrating Earth Day (April 22) the weekend of April 18-19, and the park is looking for organizations or businesses to join the celebration. From a National Park Service news release: The weekend will culminate with an op...

Friday Fotos: The Grand Prize

There's no place in Arizona more iconic than the Grand Canyon, the focus of this week's Friday Fotos gallery. Thank you for the incredible photos you submitted. We hope you'll share this album with family and friends. Have a great weekend!

Daredevil Cyclist Takes On Sedona’s White Line Trail

Here's a video, shot using a drone-mounted camera, of professional mountain biker Michal Kollbek riding the White Line Trail in Sedona. Actually, to call the White Line a trail is overstating things a bit. It's really just a line — a white stripe of sa...

More Poetry: A Desert Walk

Poetry, it seems, stirs strong feelings — positive and negative — in our readers. We got a lot of comments the last time we posted a poetry submission we received, so let's give it another go.

Friday Fotos: Seeing Green

St. Patrick's Day may be over, but Arizona is still full of green hues, as you demonstrated in this week's Friday Fotos submissions. Here's a small sample. Have a great weekend, everyone!

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, March 1968

From the issue: "'Poncho Frankel Clears a High One' by June Fallaw. Jumping events at the A to Z Horse Show, held annually in early March at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, are always crowd pleasers offering, as they do, thrills, color, excitem...

U.S. Route 89 Near Page to Reopen Next Week

Remember last month, when we told you the damaged section of U.S. Route 89 near Page was on track to reopen by this summer? Well, how does next Friday sound? The Arizona Department of Transportation announced last week that the rebuilt section of the r...
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