YC Performing Arts Center Delivers Streaming Plays to Schools

by Blake Herzog More than 8,000 students in Yavapai County have been watching exclusive streamed theatrical performances of plays filmed around the world, courtesy of the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC).  In February, the college’s CUES (Curtain Up! Entertainment Series) program released the first in a series of six one-hour plays written for young … Read More…

Film Spotlights Prescott’s Western Artists

by Blake Herzog A documentary film paying tribute to George Phippen and the Western art scene he sparked in Prescott has been released and is airing on the City of Prescott’s Channel 64.  Prescott, AZ: Mecca of Western Art was directed by Prescott resident John Krizek and is the last of a series of short … Read More…

Bestselling Authors Book it to Prescott

by Blake Herzog Authors L.J. and Kat Martin share a life and a profession, and now they share a home in Prescott.  Between them they’ve churned out about 150 titles (estimates vary) in their respective genres, which for Kat is primarily romantic thrillers and for L.J. is western fiction and nonfiction and thrillers.  Kat is … Read More…

Phippen Art Show & Sale Returns to Downtown Prescott

by Edd Kellerman, Executive Director, Phippen Museum For nearly 50 years, the Phippen Museum’s annual Western Art Show & Sale in historic downtown Prescott has had a stellar reputation of presenting some of the nation’s most outstanding western fine art. That’s what made the 2020 Show’s cancellation and conversion to an online presence such a … Read More…

Superstition Meadery Expands its Reach

by Jeff Herbert, Owner, Superstition Meadery, and Laura Davison, General Manager, Superstition Meadery Life in Prescott, our hometown on the frontier, has never been more delicious, and Superstition Meadery is proud to be playing a role.  Prescott’s location and character are synonymous in several ways to Superstition Meadery. We are a small family-owned business working … Read More…

Local Food Experts Bring Spring to the Table

The taste of spring ranges from home-grown mint in drinks to squash blossoms cut up into eggs to a house-made lemon curd on a light pancake. Check out what delights these three foodinistas and what they want to feed you this time of year. Chef John Panza BiGA www.bigaprescott.com As winter comes to an end … Read More…

Prescott Offers Variety of Ways to Explore Outdoors

by Kelly Tolbert, Recreation Coordinator, City of Prescott Prescott’s mild climate and mostly sunny days allow for plenty of opportunities to explore the natural environment. Approximately 105 miles of multiuse trails, along with over 450 miles of Prescott National Forest trails, are offered in Prescott and surrounding communities — perfect for mountain bikers, rock climbers, … Read More…

Outside is Good for Your Insides 

by Blake Herzog It’s getting warmer outside, so if you haven’t been already it’s time to think about how to start routing your life into the out-of-doors by any means possible. You’ll get healthier and happier as you enjoy the beauty of our mountain setting.  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says Americans spend an average … Read More…

Prescott Promises Invigorating Climbs

by Blake Herzog It’s been said that Arizona has more exposed rock than any other state, and few places in the state have so many vertical faces ideal for rock climbing within easy access to each other as Greater Prescott. It’s a temptation drawing more and more climbers as their numbers grow past 10 million … Read More…

Perkinsville Road Offers Adventure, Beauty

Outdoor adventure reigns in Chino Valley! by Maggie Tidaback, Economic Development Project Manager, Town of Chino Valley Perkinsville Road is a local favorite, and with our tourism campaign launching soon it will be popular with many Arizonans. This road is named after the Perkins family, who owns the ranch land that the wildly scenic road … Read More…