Western Heritage 8th Annual Banquet a ‘Success’

Written by Ray Newton | Photography by Sol Noor, Findlay Subaru Prescott Planners and organizers for the 8th annual Western Heritage Banquet deemed the Nov. 6 event a “major success.” Dennis Gallagher, founder-CEO of the Prescott Western Heritage Foundation, said nearly 300 people from throughout the county attended the full-evening event at the Prescott Resort. … Read More…

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Bold Dining Choices Await at New Downtown Hangout

Text submitted by Red, White, & Brew Bold American dining is now in Downtown Prescott! Located at the corner of Gurley and Marina streets, Red, White & Brew brings fresh flavors, plentiful portions and an exceptional dining experience in a warm, relaxed atmosphere. Our founder, a chef by trade, chose the name Red, White, & … Read More…

Come Inspire the Future at Sharlot Hall Muesum

by Dr. Lisa Hayes, Executive Director, Sharlot Hall Museum In 2028, the Sharlot Hall Museum will turn 100. Since arriving a year ago to become the new director of the museum, I have often thought how proud Sharlot would be to see how her vision for this place continues to be realized. In her words: … Read More…

Self-Express your Way to Discovery

by Blake Herzog As 2022 begins you are probably reflecting on what you want out of this new year. While life is never exactly predictable, setting your goals and intentions is an effective way to start steering the next 12 months in a way that works for you. If you don’t know what you want, … Read More…

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What Arizona’s Third Territorial Capital Offers

After Chino Valley and Prescott, Tucson was the state’s territorial capital for 10 years before it moved back to Prescott before taking up permanent residency in Phoenix in 1889. So, we’re all kind of connected. A bit more than three hours south, Tucson has the attractions and amenities of a metro area of more than … Read More…

Best Winter Treks in Greater Prescott

by Blake Herzog The hiking scene in Prescott becomes less active in the winter, but it’s by no means dormant. There’s less traffic on the trails, rivers and creeks are flowing, surrounding peaks are snowcapped, and when you get to walk on snow it cushions your joints. You get to see the green world you … Read More…

Prescott’s ‘Central Park’ Gets Upgrades

by Kelly Tolbert, Recreation Coordinator, City of Prescott A.C. Williams, a pioneer in Parks and Recreation in Prescott and the department’s first director, was said to have aspirations for growing present day Granite Creek Park into Prescott’s version of Central Park in New York City. Some recent improvements have helped. Williams said park development was … Read More…

Immerse Yourself in the Magic of Autumn Forests

by Blake Herzog We don’t need to have orange, red and yellow leaves to make a fall weekend in the woods magnificent. They do contribute, to be sure, but our lush green pines and the dignified trunks and branches of trees that have already dropped their leaves combine to create a landscape of transition, an … Read More…

AZ Phil’s New Season Offers Diverse Programming

by Blake Herzog The Prescott-based Arizona Philharmonic, drawing its musicians locally and statewide, is returning in force this year following two pandemic-shortened seasons, with seven concerts scheduled in its hometown plus five in the northwest Valley. “Our second season was cut short, and our third season was compressed into two months,” says Henry Flurry, “AZ … Read More…

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