Category Archives: Sedona Arizona Travel

Trips of Transformation: Visiting the Sedona Vortexes

Trips of Transformation: Visiting the Sedona Vortexes

Visitors to Sedona, Arizona report feeling at peace after visiting one of the Sedona vortexes that exist in various parts of the city. These centers of natural beauty are awe-inspiring to the spiritual sojourners who are drawn into their depths. The Sedona Vortexes are conducive to healing, self-exploration, and meditation, and we highly recommend a… Continue Reading

How “Stagecoach” Shaped Western Film

How “Stagecoach” Shaped Western Film

Very few directors were able to take the genre of Western film in a new direction at the beginning of its popularity. Up until the late 1930s, Western movies had a clichéd texture to them, which was often enshrined in the simple ideals of a predictable and campy storyline. But in 1939, John Ford released… Continue Reading

“Broken Arrow” and the Native American Portrayal

“Broken Arrow” and the Native American Portrayal

Back in 1950, 20th Century Fox released a movie called Broken Arrow that was considered to be groundbreaking by many of those who saw it. While it was most definitely not the first Hollywood movie to feature a story involving Native people, Broken Arrow was one of the first films to offer a sympathetic portrayal… Continue Reading

Influential Western Films of Sedona and Beyond

Influential Western Films of Sedona and Beyond

Red Rock Country is not only a place filled with some of the most idyllic natural landscapes and scenic hiking trails in the United States, but it’s also has been a diamond in the rough as far as the American (and international) film industry is concerned. Sedona’s influence on the genre of Western film, in… Continue Reading

Museum Tour through Arizona

Museum Tour through Arizona

The best way to get your cultural fix of southwestern America is to take several days to travel the museum circuit. Here are a few stops you must make during your trip to learn about the unique tribal communities of Arizona. Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park Pueblo Grande Museum sits proudly on one of… Continue Reading