As I’m sure you know, Nomadland has received nearly-universal praise from critics and audience members – currently holding an incredible 94% score on Rotten Tomatoes. After contemplating what to write about next, I figured, what the heck, everyone else is doing it, so I decided to write a full, in-depth review of the film. If
March 13, 2021
Didgeridoo Down Under Virtual Workshop – All ages welcome! The didgeridoo is an Australian Aboriginal musical instrument with an otherworldly sound that’s as exotic as its name. In this interactive & hands-on 40 minute program, participants will learn how to play the “didge” with household items such as cardboard tubes*, pool noodles, or PVC pipes.
A longtime Yavapai College chemistry professor and two longtime staff members have been added to the rolls of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development’s Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Leadership award winners. The college’s 2021 NISOD honorees are Professor Dr. Paul Smolenyak; Dr. Tom Hughes, Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Research and Grants; and
Our country possibly needs an Ernest Hollings or a Bill Proxmire, legendary senators who battled overspending. That’s because the idea of the big-spending federal government, an apparently bi-partisan Keynesian idea that huge government spending always creates prosperity, is hugely popular. Congress and the Biden administration are pushing a new nearly $2 trillion stimulus spending package.
The Walk With Me, Be Drug Free event at Mortimer Farms on Saturday, March 27th, is an annual celebration to raise awareness about the fact that the majority of people in our county are drug free. This celebration is hosted every year by MATFORCE, an anti-drug organization that educates and raises awareness about substance abuse issues. As
CDC Eviction Moratorium Remains in Force in Arizona Despite Ruling By Texas Federal District Court Judge
Texas Ruling Only Applies to Specific Plaintiffs in the Suit The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) moratorium on evicting renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic remains in effect in Arizona and across the U.S. despite a Texas Federal District Court judge’s ruling that the protection is unconstitutional, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition