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archiveApril 2017

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, April 1984

From the issue: "This egg tempera study of Coronado, in the style of the Old Masters, is by artist Bill Ahrendt, especially for Arizona Highways; 24 by 18 inches. Courtesy Mr. and Mrs. William Hinkley."

From a Reader: A Special Copy of an Old Book

Our April issue, on Sonoita-Patagonia, featured a reprint of a story originally published in the September 1966 issue of Arizona Highways. The story, San Ignacio del Babacomari, was written by Frank Cullen Brophy and recounted the history of the Babaco...

Restoration of Petrified Forest Storefront Completed

A project to restore the storefront of an iconic Petrified Forest National Park building has been completed, a group involved with the project announced this month. The National Trust for Historic Preservation says the Oasis Building project removed "i...

Hoodoo? You Do!

Early this month, I headed down to Southeastern Arizona for an Arizona Highways assignment. On our way back to the Phoenix area, my wife and I decided to visit Chiricahua National Monument.

Q&A: Katie Lee’s Folk Opera

Our May issue, on newsstands now, focuses on Lake Powell and Glen Canyon, and includes managing editor Kelly Vaughn's essay about the esteemed Katie Lee — who's spent most of her 97 years protesting Lake Powell's existence. Today, the actress, folk sin...
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