archiveDecember 2017

Staying Warm (or Cool) at Colossal Cave Mountain Park

On the way back from a recent Arizona Highways assignment in Southeastern Arizona, my wife and I were looking for something to do in the Tucson area. Having visited Kartchner Caverns State Park last year, we decided to check out another well-known cave...

Ancient Textiles on Display at Camp Verde Museum

A new exhibit at a Central Arizona museum focuses on 800-year-old textiles discovered in a cliff dwelling along Wet Beaver Creek. The Verde Valley Archaeology Center in Camp Verde last week announced the opening of the exhibit of ancient textiles from ...

What it’s like being a methadone doctor

<p>Written by Dr. John Crosby – November 28, 2017 for canadianhealthcarenetwork.ca I recently had lunch with Dr. Andrew Worster, an old friend from my emergency days 25 years ago. He works at an opioid addiction clinic in Cambridge, Ont., and still does ER shifts at Hamilton General Hospital. He works in the ER one or […]</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.towardsrecovery.com/what-its-like-being-a-methadone-doctor/">What it’s like being a methadone doctor</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.towardsrecovery.com/">Opioid Clinic | Alcohol Addiction Treatment Hamilton – Towards Recovery</a>.</p>

Q&A: Gerry Groeber and Arizona’s Coolest Photo Booth

Arizona Highways readers are familiar with the work and talent of Gerry Groeber, who's become a regular contributor of stunning landscape photos to the magazine — including the cover photo for our October 2016 issue. For the past several years, Gerry a...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, December 1949

From the issue: "December's front cover is a study by Claire Meyer Proctor. The plant shown is Pyracantha yunnanensis, commonly called 'Fire Thorn.' Pyracantha, a native of Korea, is widely used as a decorative plant in Southern Arizona." ...
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