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‘Pony Only Cruise’ a gathering spot for Mustang enthusiasts

All lovers of Mustangs, take note: The classic car model’s last “cruise” of the summer is set for this weekend.

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Tragic love story theme of Sunday’s opera

Henry Purcell’s opera, written in 1695, is “an ambitious undertaking” for Prescott cast members, singers and instrumentalists.

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Watch those curves: Prescott gets a look at national festival plays

If this year’s edition of the Female Playwrights Onstage Festival is as good as last year’s, it’s a not-to-be-missed event.

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Prescott Jazz Summit returns for 16th year

The three-day Prescott Jazz Summit will be held on a new weekend – this weekend, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 and 2 – in some new venues and with a new face or two playing

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Folk music featured at festival this weekend

PRESCOTT – Sunlight on an acoustic guitar. The melodic notes of fiddles, flutes, and harmonizing voices. This and more mix abundantly on the grounds of Sharlot Hall Museum as it presents Arizona’s longest-running Folk Music Festival.

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*Update* - KornuKopia event calendar: Sept. 23-Oct. 2

Arts and entertainment in the Prescott area, Sept. 23-Oct. 2.

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10th annual Powwow is Sept. 23-25 at Watson Lake

Prescott’s 10th Annual Native American Powwow takes place Friday through Sunday, Sept. 23-25, at Watson Lake.

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Mile High Comedy troupe has relocated, hits stage Sept. 23-24

If you’re in the mood to de-stress a bit with a few knowing chuckles that will likely grow into gut-wrenching laughter about the foibles of life as portrayed a troupe of improvisational comedians, you won’t want to miss the Mile High Comedy Troupe performing at the Prescott Valley Performing Arts center across from the Harkins Theater.

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Oktoberfest in downtown Prescott this weekend

Prescott’s first fall weekend will feature a decidedly autumnal event: Oktoberfest.

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Now Showing: Week of Sept. 23

Movies playing at Harkins Theatres, 7202 Pav Way, Prescott Valley (Highway 69 between Glassford Hill and Lake Valley roads). 928-775-7444; www.harkins.com.

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Gallery Guide: Week of Sept. 23

Your guide to galleries in the greater Prescott area.

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Beach Boys tribute has stamp of approval

The Beach Boys tribute show, “Catch a Wave,” is one of the few, if not the only, such show to be performed for the original artists … and be given the thumbs-up.

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Wander the Wild comes to life Oct. 2

The eighth annual Wander The Wild, the Highlands Center for Natural History’s biggest yearly fundraiser, will be held Sunday, Oct. 2, at the Capital Canyon Club from 2:30 to 7 p.m.

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Folk Sessions kicks off season with Bob Dylan Tribute

Bob Dylan fans might not want to miss this.

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John Coleman brings mythology of American West to life

The history, legend, and myth of the American West are single strands woven to form a uniquely durable rope lassoing the period between 1830-1912 into our collective American consciousness.

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Chew on This: The Barley Hound doesn’t trim the fat

The Barley Hound is a true gastropub.

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Event Center goes to the dogs this weekend

Dog lovers will have a treat this weekend as the Prescott Arizona Kennel Club hosts its annual AKC Championship Dog Show for the second year at the Prescott Valley Event Center.

Mile High Comedy gives shows in new venue in Prescott Valley on Sept. 23 and Sept. 24

The Mile High Comedy troupe has a new home in the Prescott Valley Entertainment Center across from the Harkins Theater.

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Thoreau, Emerson battle it out (philosophically) in Stage Too play

“The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail” reminded me of an earlier time in my life, when I followed Henry David Thoreau almost religiously, absorbed in my well-worn copy of “Walden,” believing that he had many of life’s answers.

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Chew on This: English Garden Tea Room serves up more than just High Tea

High Tea is often a misnomer. Though it sounds regal, High Tea was originally a British term referring to the evening meal working-class citizens would take immediately after returning home from a long day of labor.

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Prescott Opry pays tribute to John Denver at Elks Theatre Sept. 18

Thanks to the Prescott Opry, local music fans don’t need to live in the Rocky Mountains to get a “Rocky Mountain High” experience come Sunday, Sept. 18, at the Elks Theatre & Performing Arts Center.

Small quilt exhibit displays tiny stitches, intricate designs

Quilts of the 1930s and 1940s are favorites of quilter Gail Van Horsen because she remembers growing up with them.

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Family-friendly magician Eric Giliam comes to Elks

Eric Giliam has been honing his magic skills for more than half his life, and he brings his show to Prescott’s Elks Theatre on Saturday, Sept. 17.

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Prescott Peace Builders celebrate Peace Week

Prescott Peace Builders will be celebrating the International Day of Peace with Peace Week events that start on Sept. 17 and go through Sept. 23, with Prescott’s Back Yard Peace Party planned for Granite Creek Park on Sunday, Sept. 18, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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Gallery Guide: Week of Sept. 16

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