A True Arizona Haunt
Looking for the real deal this Halloween? Skip the staged haunted houses and hit Arizona’s most notorious places full of history and paranormal activity.
Halloween Events: Southwest Edition
I hate that as we grow older, the magic of the holidays seems to disappear. That’s why I’m always on the lookout for new things, new experiences; anything to bring back that excitement, and I want to share that with
Iconic Architecture in the Valley Pt. 2
Five more architecturally important buildings to check out in the Valley.
Iconic Architecture in the Valley Pt. 1
Arizona is not only extraordinary in its diverse landscapes, but also in its unique and historical architecture. The Valley is home to so many iconic buildings, each with its own story.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West
Home to the headquarters of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and National Historic Landmark.
Early Signs of Life; Tuzigoot & Montezuma Castle National Monument
For $10 you’ll gain entry to both Tuzigoot National Monument and Montezuma Castle National Monument for the week. About 20 miles apart, both monuments are said to have been inhabited by the Sinagua people.
Visiting Jerome? Don’t Miss These Spots
If you’re planning a visit, or are just interested in learning more, I’ve curated a list of some places to go/learn about.
Jerome; a Ghost Town Dating Back to 700 AD
Jerome isn’t what you’d expect to see at your typical ghost town. In fact, despite its historic struggles, it still houses a lively community of about 450 residents.
Whiskey Lover’s Paradise
If you’re a whiskey drinker, Prescott Whiskey Row is your dreamland. Even if you’re not all that into whiskey like me, this is a great strip of bars for bar hopping.
“The Last Free Place” – A Look Inside Slab City, CA
Let’s start out with a message from East Jesus.. “Please review our guide to survival in the East Jesus wasteland before you get yourself hurt or royally piss us off.”