HAUNTED PRESCOTT

Photo Caption: The ‘Tis Building 1896 You may not be alone … a visit to local historic buildings can be haunting by Darlene Wilson, A Haunting Experience Tours, Haunted Prescott; co-written by Patti Ortiz of the ‘Tis Art Center and Gallery Our story begins with Prescott’s oldest and Arizona’s first tallest building, the’Tis Building, now … Read More…

CHINA-GREAT HALLS AND GREAT WALLS

by Tori Ward, Cruise and Resort Specialist, ROX Travel A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and what better location to place that first step than in the country where the quote came from: China. I want to share an offer created exclusively for ROX Travel to visit this culturally rich and … Read More…

PRESCOTT PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS

Adult Events Digital Photo Editing for Beginners Friday, Oct. 11 at 10 a.m. Learn digital photo retouching skills and how to give your photos an artistic flair using online photo editing service Pixlr. This hands-on class requires basic mouse, keyboard and internet skills. Chair Yoga Second Fridays at 1 p.m. Oct. 11 and Nov. 8 … Read More…

Famous Harvey Houses Supplied by Del Rio Ranch

by Drew Desmond, Secretary, Prescott Western Heritage Foundation During the heyday of railroads, Fred Harvey ran an extensive chain of shops, restaurants and grand hotels along the Santa Fe line. To supply his hotels and restaurants with milk and cream, he established a dairy farm, Arizona’s first, in Peach Springs. However, the water supply was … Read More…

2019 Essay Contest

Pictured above: Chessa Woods (left) and Cash Woods (right) Prescott-area students wrote about their favorite teachers of the school year for Prescott LIVING Magazine. Our 2019 Essay Contest asked them to share: “What I love about school and my teachers!” One winner was chosen at random to receive a Family Four Pack of Out of … Read More…

The ‘Whirling Logs’ Design

by Cindy Gresser, Executive Director, The Smoki Museum of American Indian Art & Culture For centuries, humans around the globe have used the symbol known as “whirling logs.” This shape represents different things to different people but is most often viewed in Navajo or Diné culture as good luck, well-being and balance. As a sacred … Read More…