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.
Prescott High School’s jazz band is going to open for the Stan Kenton Legacy Orchestra for one night only on Friday.
Question: what do “Total Recall,” “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” “Beverly Hills Cop,” “Deliverance” and the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center all have in common? Answer: Ronny Cox, an actor, singer and songwriter who is going to be performing at the Elks Theatre on Friday, Nov. 10.
A salute to Alabama will be at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center, 117 E. Gurley St., at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11.
High school jazz band opens for orchestra
The Stan Kenton Legacy Orchestra and the Prescott High School Jazz Band are performing on the same night, in the same concert, for one night only.
Newman has led Arkansas-Fort Smith men’s basketball team to more than 200 wins
The other day, Chino Valley High School graduate Joshua Newman looked at his yearbook – it said he was going to be a basketball coach.
Director loves seeing the students’ talents grow
There’ll be shivering of timbers and walking the plank this weekend as Sacred Heart Catholic School puts on “A Pirate’s Life for Me.”
Albert Einstein, George Burns, Harry Houdini – all three of them are going to be in Prescott this weekend.
This weekend will see concerts from both the Prescott Chamber Orchestra and the Phoenix Symphony, the latter presented by the Yavapai Symphony Association.
Noble Hathaway is on a mission to bring a knowledge of jazz and swing to Yavapai County, doing so through jazz workshops at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center.
Now that the Highlands Center for Natural History has opened its Discovery Gardens, staff says it’s the perfect place to hold the 11th annual Holiday Bazaar.
A snapshot in time, said trainee burn boss
The air around the Highlands Center was dense from smoke, hot from fire and thick with education.
Biggest cast director has ever worked with
Normally, “Robin Hood” is a boy’s show, but that’s all going to change with Prescott High School’s production of “Robin Hood & His Merry Men,” says the director.
Takes both student and teacher to make a good production, says partner
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona recently announced the celebrity dancers for next year’s Dancing for the Stars, one of whom is local dentist Dr. Jason Campbell.
Town used to have a Chinatown, says volunteer coordinator
Joe Ah Jew, Quon Clong Jin, June Wong — three different people whose stories have at least one defining trait: they were Chinese working and living in Territorial Prescott.
First-ever Halloween Ball features Wes Williams Band, Sugar and the Mint
There’s only one place in Prescott that has the biggest Halloween happening this year: The Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center.
Take your pick of 'Rocky Horror' shows -- at Elks, Raven Cafe
Come up to the lab, see what’s on the slab and quiver with antici…pation for two showings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show this weekend. One on stage, one on screen.
Nashville-based and Georgia-grown outlaw country rocker Sarah Peacock is coming to Prescott Valley, something that was entirely her idea, say town officials.
Ghosts will haunt the Prescott Center for the Arts and tell their chilling tales this weekend and next, sending chills down the spines of audience members glued to their seats at Ghost Talk Too.
Country music artist and “American Idol” winner Scotty McCreery is coming to Prescott, performing at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center on Thursday, Oct. 26.
Drew Hall calls himself an “anti-recital” type of teacher, instead opting for his students to really put themselves out there and perform in front of a real audience.
Scotland’s own Jim Malcolm, a solo guitarist and harmonica player, is returning to Prescott after a two-year absence for a performance in the Prescott Celtic Concert Series.
Yavapai College Performing Arts is working to make the Performing Arts Center sound more like a cathedral this weekend.
Dens will be gender specific, says local Scouts executive
Arizona’s oldest Boy Scout troop, Troop 1, has seen a lot changes in its 101-year history, said Scoutmaster Mike Ortagus.
Anyone — even a person of faith — can be diagnosed with breast cancer.
Programs at YRMC available for lower-income patients
Health insurance plans are not created equally, but many may cover just what’s needed when it comes to breast cancer.
Big Sting more than just music, with car show, camping and more
Watson Lake may be a hive of country music fans buzzing into Prescott this weekend.
When she was young, Cait Rudd heard her grandfather whistling a lot of Andrews Sisters songs and now, she gets to sing them, taking listeners on a “Sentimental Journey.”
Organizers of this year’s Prescott Mountain Bike Festival say it’ll be fun for everyone, even for those who aren’t really into biking.
Here’s where you can see art from Mexico in Prescott
For the past five years, the Prescott Center for the Arts gallery has been doing a Day of the Dead art exhibit, receiving artwork from Mexico but this is the first year that local art has been sent back.
Pilot shows you don’t need an engine to land plane safely
Flying high above Prescott Municipal Airport at 6,000 feet, Kent Pietsch said there’s only one thing going through his mind: he’s having fun.
In the stillness of Friday afternoon, it was the perfect time for Abby Brill to spread her work out behind her home while throwing some new pieces and talking to whoever came by.
This weekend, 90 musicians will converge at Sharlot Hall Museum for the longest running folk music festival in Arizona.
Show’s music covers guitar great's entire career
Sky Daddy is getting ready to perform his fifth Eric Clapton tribute show next week but this show is going to be different than the others he’s done, he said.
Artists show off their studios
This weekend marks a decade for the Prescott Area Artists Studio Tour, featuring artists from all throughout the quad-city area.
It’s strictly ponies only this weekend in front of the Walmart on Highway 69.
The Camerata Singers are joining forces with instrumentalists from around Arizona this weekend to put on a concert of Baroque proportions.
It’s going to be a musical week for Yavapai College as jazz bands swing on Monday and Chris Botti trumpets around on Thursday.
Take a trip back to the time of disco, Betamax and Space Invaders this weekend for Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary’s Taste of the Wild.
Jake and Elwood Blues are performing at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend, but it’s not really Dan Aykroyd or John Belushi and they aren’t the real Blues Brothers.
Though he usually puts together smaller shows with three or four bands, San Martin Rodriguez decided to do something a little bigger this weekend.
After returning from a recent trip to perform in Detroit, Prescott Chorale is getting ready to start its next season, beginning with an experimental first concert.
Milt Cannon will host the Hero’s Honor Rally from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at ’Tis Art Center & Gallery, 105 S. Cortez St..
One was father of two; the other made everyone better, girlfriend says
Spencer Kihlstrom and Jeremiah Linnertz were both really kind, said Kaytlin Stevens following the plane crash that took the lives of the 19-year old men.
Glasses from Florida showed up day before Prescott event
The sounds of polka and the aroma of German beer filled the air Saturday for Prescott’s Oktoberfest at Mile High Middle School.
Lift your stein, say “prost” and drink. Prescott’s Oktoberfest returns this weekend with 60 beers on tap at Mile High Middle School.