A desert sunset
Arizona Highways' query acceptance period runs only once per year. Our submission window for the 2023 editorial calendar will be February 1-21, 2022. All queries should be submitted via email to…
Photograph by Scott Baxter
The student is a cerebral thinker, a philosopher, a visionary and a guy with a wry sense of humor. There’s no such thing as a brief conversation with him. Anecdotes, digressions, sidebars and…
Photograph by Bob Markow
Ask an Arizonan about the state’s filmmaking history, and you’re likely to hear about Old Tucson or Apacheland. But Phoenix once had a movie studio, too. It was best known for the television series…
Photograph by Joel Hazelton
JK: You’re one of our regular contributors, and you’ve composed some amazing images in recent years. Was this instilled at a young age? JH: Both of my parents are very down-to-earth, and art was…
Photograph by John Burcham
If a visitor to the Louvre walked up to the Mona Lisa with a can of spray paint, they’d be immediately tackled by security guards. But what about a vandal approaching a rock art panel, dating back 1,…
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  Video file Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick has introduced the Chiricahua National Park Act into Congress. The bill would establish Chiricahua…
A Romance With Food
Chef Lisa Dahl, one of the country's leading chefs and restaurateurs, announces the release of her second cookbook, A Romance With Food (Story Farm Publishing), just in time for Valentine’s Day. The…
Big Marble Ginger Beer
FOR MORE THAN A DECADE, The Breadfruit & Rum Bar in downtown Phoenix has been a conscientious leader in the effort to use fresh, local and sustainable ingredients. It’s no surprise, then, that…