Sights in Scottsdale, Arizona

Want to know what to see in Scottsdale? Many of the city’s historic and cultural attractions center on Old Town, while North Scottsdale is home to two must-see attractions: the fabulous Musical Instrument Museum and Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home, Taliesin West. Kathleen Bryant gives an overview of the best sights in Scottsdale.

The Verde Valley Wine Trail

The Verde Valley Wine Trail travels from the banks of Oak Creek in Page Springs to the mountainside town of Jerome. With tasting rooms open year-round, you’ll discover an astonishing number of varietals along this route. Kathleen Bryant shares a helpful list of the best stops on the way.

Moon Tucson

Freelancer and Tucson resident Tim Hull shares his advice on the best Tucson has to offer—from the Tucson Mountains and Rincon Valley to Adobe architecture and desert dude ranches. Hull provides unique trip ideas for a variety of travelers, including Tucson With Kids, The Old Pueblo on a Budget, and Outdoor Tucson: Hiking from the […]

Autumn Festivals and Events in Sedona, Arizona

Sedona’s cultural calendar encompasses everything from intimate studio tours to grand galas. Most large outdoor events are scheduled for fall, when the weather is at its finest. Kathleen Bryant suggests some of the top events to enjoy.

Moon Spotlight Sedona

Moon Spotlight Sedona is a 60-page compact guide covering the best of this red rock city. Sedona resident Kathleen Bryant offers her firsthand advice on must-see attractions, as well as maps with sightseeing highlights, so you can make the most of your time. This lightweight guide is packed with recommendations on entertainment, shopping, recreation, hotels, […]

Summer Travel to Tucson: Fun from Dawn to Dusk

Never too fast or ambitious, life in Tucson slows way down during the summer months, which run from around May through at least September. While it may seem surprising because of the overwhelming summer heat, this is a wonderful time to visit the Old Pueblo.

Summer Fun in Phoenix

The Arizona desert may not be the first destination that comes to mind when planning a summer getaway, but sizzling summer temperatures mean hot discounts on Phoenix-area resorts and spas. Take advantage of the pricing and enjoy sultry desert nights, sparkling resort pools, and high-country escapes. Kathleen Bryant shares a variety of options for summer fun in Phoenix.

Gateways to the Grand Canyon: Places to Stay in Canyon Country

Grand Canyon National Park, especially its South Rim, has some of the best accommodations in the entire national park system, but it’s not always possible to get reservations. Using a nearby town as a base for a visit to the canyon can open up excellent deals. These gateways are often interesting in their own right and deserving of some attention from travelers.

Moon Phoenix, Scottsdale & Sedona

In Moon Phoenix, Scottsdale & Sedona, longtime Arizona resident Kathleen Bryant covers the hot spots of the Valley of the Sun, including Phoenix’s sandstone peaks, the red rocks and vortexes of Sedona, and the best golf courses and shopping Scottsdale has to offer. Discover the rich culture of the Native American tribes who first settled […]