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Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Essential July Garden To-Do List

July is the ideal month to add a shade or fruit tree, a berry plant, summer flowering shrubs, and perennials to the Landscape. Plants root quickly in the warm summer soil. With the arrival of monsoon rains, plants thrive even more. The increased humidity and shade from a cloud floating over the head are a

Buz Blog

Opinion: Will It Be As Easy Next Time?

The erosion of our Constitutional, God-given rights, started a long time ago, but with the vast government overreaction to the COVID pandemic, the slow wearing away of those rights has become a landslide. The First Amendment right to the free exercise of religion was partially abridged decades ago. Dismissing more than a century and a

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

The 12 Perennial Flowers That Live the Longest

It’s frustrating to design a new flowerbed around your favorite perennial flowers, like delphiniums, Shasta daisies, and pincushion flower, only to see them peter out after three or four years. Here you have a list of perennial flowers notorious for their longevity. These are the bloomers you see in old neighborhoods, planted when the homes

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

If you have been following this column, you now have a better understanding of the communication between the conscious and unconscious mind and how it can influence your life. Maybe you have been thinking of ways to use hypnosis in your own life. Before we begin to explore the many ways hypnosis can benefit you,

Buz Blog

Opinion: The Legacy of Fathers

Since today is Father’s Day, it is only appropriate that we examine the legacy that the ones who sired us leave behind. While both parents are needed to make a family, there is an exhaustive amount of evidence that children raised without fathers have a much higher rate of everything bad. Those poor kids drop

On Cinema With Tonatiuh Malanos-Rodriguez

Why Film Festivals Are Still Essential for Filmmaking

The Sedona International Film Festival is back in town, and I reviewed some of its films the other day. As I said before, I have a great deal of respect for the festival, and I appreciate all the life and culture it’s breathed into the city (and state). And this brings an important point to

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