With the mission of promoting classical music, whether it is to someone who has never heard it performer before or to lifelong lovers of orchestral and symphonic compositions, the Yavapai Symphony Association welcomes the Phoenix Symphony to Prescott on Sunday, April 23.
Autism comes to Sesame Street
Prescott mother Joanna Sweeney is a believer that every person has their share of quirks, but that in no way should diminish their worth.
Local vets contribute to the Clothesline Project
Eighteen T-shirts hanging in the lobby of the Northern Arizona Veteran Affairs Health Care System bear witness to the silent horror of sexual assault endured by far too many of this nation’s patriots.
Those who can’t find a doctor turn to clinic for care
These days, folks with and without health insurance are pushing off routine health care visits because it doesn’t fit into their budgets.
Women and children shelter’s new director familiar face who sees facility as place of hope
The mother of seven children who grew up as the child of a special education teacher, Carmen Frederic has a heart for helping disadvantaged and disenfranchised mothers raising children against all odds.
A two-year Prescott resident, long-time television and print journalist and artist/musician Laurie Fagen who just finished publishing a second crime fiction novel will give a talk on her book and art to the Prescott Center of the Arts docent group on Monday, April 17.
In his first year in the classroom, and as a junior varsity basketball coach, Prescott High School chemistry teacher Todd Harris Jr. landed more than a job.
Rita Rudner has been making people laugh all of her life.
Beautiful at any Size
In the 1960s, the Barbie and Ken dolls were the icons of body perfection — Barbie’s idyllic, slim and curvy shape signaling to many teen girls the image of beauty; Ken’s toned physique suggesting virility.
Catholic Charities has come to the rescue of the homeless, preferably veterans, once again.