First concert features pianist Vitaly Serebriakov
The music department of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church recently announced the newly created St. Luke’s Concert Series, with the first concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21.
Popular show is in Prescott on Friday, Jan. 19
When it comes to “The Price is Right,” both the television show and the live version, the game is the experience, said Todd Newton, host of “The Price is Right Live!”
Over the years, country singer Justin Moore has learned it is his job to go on stage, throw a musical party of sorts and give people a good time.
Still getting the mechanics of the routine figured out, he says
Chino Valley Councilman Corey Mendoza said focusing on the benefits of Dancing for the Stars has been helping to lessen the intimidation of dancing in front of a group of people come April.
Plans range from chip seals to replacing intersection
The Chino Valley Roads & Streets Committee identified several streets for upcoming pavement improvement projects at its meeting on Monday, Jan. 8.
Yavapai College brings experience, and prizes, of show to Prescott
It’s safe to say, being a contestant on “The Price is Right Live!” is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, said host Todd Newton.
People share their progress on resolutions they made for 2018
We asked people at Prescott’s courthouse plaza if they made any New Year’s Resolutions, what they were and how they’re doing on them just a couple weeks into 2018. Here is what they told us:
Folk Sessions kicks off its 15th year this year with Acoustic Eidolon returning for the first concert of the year.
The Yavapai Symphony Association kicks off the new year with the Phoenix Symphony, performing on Sunday, Jan. 14.
Hear the music of those four boys from Jersey this weekend with “December 63,” a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons at the Prescott Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center on Saturday, Jan. 13.
Prescott Center for the Arts’ newest show, “Fat Pig,” is a play where the first thing people will have to do is get past the title, Director Kevin Nissen said.
There’s only a few seats that are “Stayin’ Alive” for the “Saturday Night Fever – Ultimate Tribute to the Bee Gees” show at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend.
Lonely Street Productions brings another show to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend with “Good Rockin’ Live!,” a salute to the music of Sun Records.
When thinking of a farmer’s market, the first idea that comes to mind probably won’t be winter – but the Prescott Farmer’s Market has had a winter market for the last four years, said Market Manager Kelley Villa.
Superintendent Scholl looks back on first year as superintendent, forward to coming year
In 2017, the Chino Valley Unified School District kicked off its centennial year, but will really celebrate that anniversary this year, said Superintendent John Scholl.
The Boys & Girls Club of Central Arizona is putting the finishing touches on its space at the Community Center and a program in Chino Valley, said Kristen Kerns, unit director for Prescott Valley and Chino Valley.
Last event for Prescott Pete’s Shooting Gallery
They counted down, the boot dropped, the fireworks flew — Whiskey Row welcomed in a brand new year.
Landlord’s attorney: She’s being evicted for violation of agreements
Susanne Nardozzi, wanting to live in Chino Valley’s Mountain View Mobile Home Park in “peace and quiet,” is facing eviction on Jan. 2 after wrangling with the landlord and management.
Acker Night a swan song for the Prescott band
It all started in 2007 when Chris Russo said he posted in Pops Music Store that he was looking for a band and got a call from Dwight D’Evelyn.
Watch carefully, when that boot on top of the Palace Saloon and Jersey Lilly Saloon drops for the second time Sunday, it will be 2018.
The old and the new
The Windsock Lounge is celebrating its 25th anniversary this weekend with a blowout party featuring Southbound.
Whiskey Row’s New Year’s party continues to grow
The goal when the Whiskey Row Boot Drop began seven years ago was for it to grow a little each year.
Currently touring around the country performing in the Tony Award winning musical “Kinky Boots,” Prescott High School graduate Ethan Kirschbaum is living his dream.
Christmas is only three days away, and New Year’s Eve is close behind. There are not very many more chances to check out the Christmas attractions in and around Prescott.
Friday, Dec. 22 is going to be the last Fourth Friday Art Walk of the year and many of the usual participating galleries are going to be open.
Readers share the best of the ones they’ve heard that cause massive cringing
Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it might not feel that way without someone special with which to share all that holiday cheer.
Every year, M&M Entertainment & Productions looks to add new rooms and switch up its annual Enchanted Christmas Tour of Lights and this year, there are 21 themed rooms, said M&M Entertainment & Productions Co-Founder Matt Brassard.
There’s three more weeks to check out Heritage Park & Zoological Sanctuary’s Wild Lights & Animal Sights and this year, there’s more to see than ever, said Media & Marketing Coordinator Lorette Brashear.
Milton Cannon, organizer of the Hero’s Honor Rally and president of the Prescott Jazz Society, is planning a celebration for Christmas as well as his 80th birthday.
Those who missed the Prescott YMCA’s production of “The Nutcracker” have one more chance to dance with the Sugar Plum Fairy this weekend.
For the past six years, Folk Sessions has put on its Cowboy Christmas show at the Prescott Center for the Arts, but this year Director Tom Agostino said he wanted to keep that energy going with something different.
Road One South band says this was their final performance at the event
Whether it was their first or their last, Friday night’s Acker Musical Showcase united downtown Prescott in Christmas cheer and music.
If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas, look no further than Yavapai College, where the school’s music department is putting on Irving Berlin’s tale of joy and goodwill.
Roads downtown are closed and flooded with people, there was finally an open parking space in the Sprouts parking lot and now it’s time to begin the trek into the heart of Prescott to listen to the music of Acker Night — except music can already be heard from Sprouts, Springhill Suites and AAA.
Tickets for the Upcoming Prescott Pops Symphony concert on Sunday, Dec. 10 may be sold out, but there’s one more concert of the season, according to the symphony’s choral conductor.
First act ensures there’s something for everyone
Every year, the Prescott YMCA puts on a dance recital in December that precedes a rendition of “The Nutcracker” and this year is no different, said YMCA Dance Program Coordinator Katy Gifford.
Friday’s Acker Night is the only event of its kind in the country, says association president
Though there’s a lot of time and difficulty spent in putting together and organizing Acker Night year after year, seeing it come together makes it all worth it, said J. S. Acker Music Park Association President Scott Currey.
With all five of Yavapai College’s instrumental ensembles appearing in the same concert, Sunday’s Winter Holiday Spectacular is going to be a great afternoon of music, said Director Chris Tenney.
Recently, Tony Balbinot and the Cadillac Angels released “Hillbilly Girls,” a 10-track album showcasing their fusion of rock ‘n’ roll, country and urban/delta blues.
At first, there wasn’t going to be kid oriented show at the Prescott Center for the Arts for the Christmas season, then Melanie Snyder provided the opportunity with “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
Prescott Center for the Arts is going into radio for its next main stage show – a sequel to the 1940s Radio Hour that was at the Elks Theatre a few years ago, said Director Bruce Lanning.
With more entries than ever this year, Prescott’s Holiday Light Parade is the largest ever this year, according to parade organizers.
Usually at a concert, the band performs and sings on stage and the audience listens and has a good time, maybe singing during the chorus of a really popular song.
Local doctor continues the lesson his parents taught him
On Sunday morning, Dr. Hojat Askari’s home was filled with giant pans and a number of people helping the doctor cook it – but they wouldn’t be eating all of it.
More than 20 children adopted on National Adoption Day
Though there aren’t usually a lot of smiling faces in her courtroom, Saturday was different, remarked Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Anna Young as she walked in.
One Stage Family Theatre and Lessons by Lexe present “Annie” at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center, 117 E. Gurley St., on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17-18.
The Third Friday Chamber Music Series continues at the Prescott Public Library with five pieces, including selections from Max Bruch’s “Eight Pieces.”
In the year and a half since the Ping Brothers took on the open mic at Thumb Butte Distillery on Sunday afternoons, the quality of music has really grown, said owner Dana Murdock.
'Tis Art Center & Gallery is getting ready to open its Winter Eclectic Works Exhibit, which will run from Thursday, Nov. 23, to Tuesday, Dec. 26.
As a child, Diana Rein improvised onstage in a blues club alongside a band her uncle was playing in and experienced a sense of freedom.