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Kudos Kornukopia: Jan. 30-Feb. 6

Dr. Jeremy Rowe will discuss early Arizona photography and photographic techniques at the Phippen.

Dr. Jeremy Rowe will discuss early Arizona photography and photographic techniques at the Phippen.

Through January

• Old Guyz Rule2 - an interview with seven of the old Prescott historians, offering conversations of their memories from "the old days." ACCESS 13 will show these two videos in parts One and Two through the month of January at these times: Part One - Mondays, 11 a.m. and Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. (Prescott Valley at 8 p.m.); Part Two - Thursdays, 4 p.m. and Saturdays at 3:30 p.m. Anyone not on CableOne, or in other towns, can watch online at: at the same times.

Saturday, Jan. 31

• 1 p.m. - Phippen Museum presents photography expert - It's been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. And sometimes, those brief glimpses into history can tell all that needs to be heard. The Phippen Museum will have a special presentation by Dr. Jeremy Rowe, who will discuss early Arizona photography and photographic techniques, where he will also discuss photographic processes and their effect on changing societal perceptions of the West. The presentation includes rare and unique historical images of daily life, public events, personalities, mining Native Americans and the landscapes of early Territorial Arizona. Rowe, who is part of AZ Speaks, which has a collection of experts on Arizona history and heritage, has collected, researched and written about 19th and early 20th century photographs for more than 30 years and manages a website called A curator of many museum exhibitions, he was also the executive director of computing and informatics at Arizona State University and is currently an Emeritus Faculty member. Rowe has written books on the subject. Rowe's books include "Arizona Photographers 1850-1920: A History and Directory" and "Arizona Stereographs 1865-1930." The Phippen is at 4701 Highway 89 North. Admission is free for museum members, and for non-members it is $7 for adults, $6 for AAA members, $5 for students, and free for children younger than 12. For more info, call 928-778-1385 or visit

• 7 p.m. - Electric Harp Guitar Group brings cohesive sonic texture to Old Town Center for the Arts - Visionary guitarists William Eaton, Anthony Mazzella, and Fitzhugh Jenkins join forces as the 'Electric Harp Guitar Group' (Ehgg) to perform on their unique electric harp guitars, acoustic guitars, and synthesizer guitars, in a special live concert at Cottonwood's Old Town Center for the Arts. A local phenomenon with international experience 'Ehgg' combines individual virtuosity with ensemble sensibility to create instrumental compositions, drawn from transcendental world, jazz, rock and new age genres. The Electric Harp Guitar Group has sold out their past four shows at OTCA, so grab your tickets early and come enjoy a special evening of electric harp guitar music. Old Town Center for the Arts is located at 5th Street & Main in Old Town Cottonwood. Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 at the door, and $25 for priority seating in the first three rows: or at: Desert Dancer, and Mt Hope Foods and in Sedona at Crystal Magic. Call 928-634-0940.

Sunday, Feb. 1

• 2 p.m. - Bud Tyndale at Final Score.

Monday, Feb. 2

• 6:30 p.m. - Trivia at the Windsock.

• 8 p.m. - Trivia at Matt's Saloon.

Tuesday, Feb. 3

• 6:30 p.m. - Jerry Liebman, piano, and at 7 p.m. Bob Bjorklund, big band/standards/country, at Pops Music Store.

• 6:30 p.m. - Trivia with Stretch at Pudge & Astis.

Thursday, Feb. 5

• 6 p.m. - Sky Daddy performs at Marino's Corner Bistro.

• 7 p.m. - Open Mic w/Mikel A. at the Rockin' Horse Saloon.


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