The Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture returns to the Museum of Northern Arizona this weekend after a four year hiatus. It's a collaboration with the A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center at Zuni Pueblo. Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker sat down with the center's director, Jim Enote.
Jim Enote speaks today at the Zuni Festival of Arts and Culture, from 9 to 5 at the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff.
April 18, 2008 – Candidates for Flagstaff City Council and Mayor agree affordable housing is an important issue for the community. They agreed the city should take a role to increase affordable housing options but candidates had widely differing views on how to create that change.
The forum was sponsored by Both Hands, a not for profit agency working to help families achieve home ownership.
Flagstaff, AZ – One of Sedona's famous energy vortexes has recently been discovered in Flagstaff. Scientists are speculating that climate change and warming temperatures have caused the vortex to move northward. Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker, um, reports.
March 28, 2008 – INTRO) Earlier this week, Governor Janet Napolitano requested the Bush administration use its executive power and withdraw areas near the grand canyon from mining. Meanwhile, a Tucson Congressman has introduced legislation with the same aim. Arizona Public Radio's Theresa Bierer has more.
On Wednesday the federal government returned the Colorado River to some of its former glory. The Bureau of Reclamation unleashed a two and a half day artificial flood through the Grand Canyon to rebuild beaches and create wildlife habitat. But environmentalists, and even some federal officials, say the experiment doesn't go far enough. Daniel Kraker from Arizona Public Radio reports.
The Federal Communications Commission says it want to make it easier for more minorities to own television stations, and force broadcasters to air a minimum amount of local programming. But critics say that aim runs headlong into its push to allow more consolidation and cross-ownership of media companies. Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker traveled to three stations across the state, and filed this report.