Prescott’s own Sugar & the Mint is headlining the 38th annual Prescott Bluegrass Festival, something that feels incredibly special, lead vocalist Johan Glidden said.
After a long absence, Mile High Comedy Theater is returning to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center, bringing with it a night of stand-up and improvisational comedy.
Alexes Niekamp, owner of Lessons by Lexe dance studio in Prescott, is in Phoenix this week competing against 25 other women for the chance to become Miss Arizona.
Though the Chino Valley Cemetery has been around since the early 1920s, John Ginn said he has had control over it for about four or five years.
Horses with H.E.A.R.T. is set to dedicate and unveil a new tack building, something Executive Director Pam Berry said the program has needed for a long time.
Strolling along the items in the yard sale behind the Walker Fire Department during the 49th annual Walker Day on Saturday, Rena Hatala said she was finding a lot of interesting things.
Stoic Cider has had a busy year and a half since selling its first bottles to the public in December 2017 — it recently won a gold medal at the largest cider competition in the world and is working on expansions, said Tierney Routson, co-founder.
Fake News! Jack Berry, coming from a Republican perspective, said he believes it to be an issue, noting that certain news organizations continue to put out false narratives.
Lonely Street Productions is bringing back its “Good Rockin’ Live — A Salute to Sun Records” show back to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend.
Head eight miles south of Highway 69 this weekend for the 49th annual Walker Day, an event benefitting the Walker Fire Department in Prescott on Saturday, June 15.