Prescott Pops Symphony Gives $10,000 in Grants

To Support Instrumental Music in Local Schools Generous contributions from individual donors, businesses and corporations, combined with concert income, have made it possible for the Prescott Pops Symphony to give grants to five schools to support instrumental music programs. Collectively, the grants amount to $10,000, with each recipient receiving $2,000. The five schools receiving grants … Read More…

Superstition Meadery Owners Recognized Nationally

Jeff and Jennifer Herbert, founders-owners of Superstition Meadery in Prescott, were honored as the 2019 National Small Business Persons of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in Washington, D.C. They received the prestigious award during gala ceremonies May 6, selected from nominees representing all 50 states and U.S territories. The Herberts were … Read More…

Chalk It Up! Prescott Attracts Thousands

PHOTO CAPTION: Viewers at the Chalk It Up! Prescott event were entertained by the Chino Valley Del Rio Elementary School ukulele band. Youngsters performed for the first time publicly. An estimated 5,000 people viewed original chalk artwork during the 11th annual Chalk It Up! Prescott two-day event April 13-14. Viewers and guest artists enjoyed dozens … Read More…

Win, Place or Show

Photo caption: The family-friendly environment of the recently opened 300-person dining room at Arizona Downs attracts large Sunday crowds. Arizona Downs Opens Memorial Day Weekend Memorial Day weekend sees the beginning of live horseracing at the formerly bankrupt Arizona Downs race track. In fact, Arizona Downs in central Yavapai County is destined to become the … Read More…