ROLLING ON THE RIVER

The most beautiful type of travel through the world’s famous cities by Tori Ward, Cruise and Resort Specialist, ROX Travel Photos by Jerry Chinn The rowing machine I was sitting on was located in the front of the ship, a repositioning cruise from Europe aboard a 3,600-passenger vessel. I had been on the machine for … Read More…

CENTENNIAL TRAIL OFFERS VIEWS AND DIVERSE GEOGRAPHY

by Kelly Tolbert, Recreation Coordinator, Prescott Parks and Recreation Nestled among breathtaking boulders, and easily accessible from almost anywhere in Prescott, the Centennial Trail offers spectacular views of Prescott amid shrub oak and large pine trees, while highlighting the area’s diverse geography. Constructed to commemorate Arizona’s 100 years of statehood, the trail officially opened in … Read More…

DANCING FOR THE STARS 2018 CELEBRITY DANCERS REVEALED!

by Donna Werking, Founder, Northern Arizona Social & Nicole Kennedy, Vice President of Development, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona Dancing for the Stars left a mark on Prescott in April. Perhaps one of the most highly anticipated events, and certainly one of the most exciting, this inaugural event raised more than $130,000 for … Read More…

WE’RE FALLING FOR FALL

by Ashlee Mortimer, Mortimer Farms It might be the mouthwatering pumpkin pecan pies, the perfect weather, the excitement that comes from getting lost in a corn maze or the beautiful fall colors. Maybe it’s tasting fresh—pressed apple cider, finding the most unique pumpkin in the patch, inhaling the crisp fall air, snuggling around the campfire … Read More…

JERSEY LILLY SALOON

Mistaken identity, but rich history by Ray Newton Little did a British actress, who performed internationally during the Victorian on into the Edwardian era, know that her name would grace one of the most famous saloons in Arizona and the Southwest. What’s more, it is purely by accident, not design; and it’s only recently that … Read More…