October 31, 2020

Arts & Culture

Halloween horror in the (super)humanities: NAU English professor discusses her research into the scary and creepy

Karen Renner scares pretty easily. In most professions, that wouldn’t be unusual. In Renner’s—she studies horror media and, when given the chance to guest-edit a journal, chose evil children as the topic—it’s a little more surprising. Renner, an associate professor in the Department of English at Northern Arizona University, talked to NAU News about Halloween

Local

Prescott Farmers Market partners with AZ agencies to feed local seniors

Through the Arizona Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), Yavapai County Cooperative Extension’s AZ Health Zone team, Prescott Farmers Market (PFM) and Chandler-based Pinnacle Prevention collaborated to get fresh fruits and vegetables to 32 low-income seniors living at Village Towers in Prescott on October 24. In July, Pinnacle Prevention, whose mission is to inspire and advance

Politics

The Lone Pollster Who Predicted Trump’s 2016 Victory Sees 2020 Repeat

If Donald Trump wins Pennsylvania on Tuesday, it may or may not make him the big winner of the night. But if he wins Pennsylvania, it will undoubtedly make the Trafalgar Group among the most important polling firms in the country. The Trafalgar Group was the only outfit that called the Keystone State for Trump

Arts & Culture

Governor’s Arts Awards Presented to 17 Artists, Advocates, Businesses Statewide

Artists, advocates and businesses from across the state were awarded 2020 Governor’s Arts Awards during a virtual ceremony produced by Arizona Citizens for the Arts on Wednesday evening, Oct. 29. Dorothy Lincoln-Smith of Paradise Valley received the Individual Award for her many years of support and advocacy for Arizona’s arts and cultural community. Also during

Opinion

Opinion: Three Reasons Why President Trump Will Win on Tuesday

Election Day is days away, and the Left is already calling the race. With Joe Biden maintaining a double-digit lead in national polls and less substantial ones in key battleground states, Democrats and their media allies are eager to predict that President Trump will lose the 2020 election. Washington Post columnists have even blamed the president for “trying to burn it all down,” including the Republican majority

Politics

Vice president tries to woo voters in liberal Arizona cities

Vice President Mike Pence touched on the economy, tax cuts, abortion, religion and military service Friday in a wide-ranging appeal to voters in two Arizona counties that President Donald Trump lost in 2016. Pence’s visits to the liberal cities of Flagstaff and Tucson came as both presidential candidates focus on battleground states before Election Day.

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