May 3, 2021

Dining Out

Amid Labor Shortage, Arizona Restaurateur Launches Free College Tuition Program to Attract Employees

Vivili Hospitality Group Partners with Yavapai College to Offer First-of-Its Kind Free Tuition to Combat Industry-Wide Hiring Challenges Vivili Hospitality Group, Prescott’s largest restaurant group, is partnering with Yavapai College to offer employees free college tuition in an effort to incentivize new and existing employees amid a national hiring crisis that has plagued the restaurant industry since

Opinion

Opinion: Biden Is Sitting Atop a Technological Revolution, Not Leading It

When we look back on the convulsion that is going to reset America — the great technology-driven revolution that will extend to nearly every corner of American life — it may be named for President Joe Biden, but it won’t be his revolution. It is innovation’s revolution. He will help finance it and smooth it

Science

Space tourism – 20 years in the making – is finally ready for launch

Space tourism has been slow to get off the ground. Nadia Bormotova/iStock via Getty Images Plus Wendy Whitman Cobb, US Air Force School of Advanced Air and Space Studies For most people, getting to the stars is nothing more than a dream. On April 28, 2001, Dennis Tito achieved that lifelong goal – but he

History

Holy Cow! History: The 51st State We Almost Had

The U.S. House recently approved statehood for the District of Columbia. If the Senate agrees, D.C. could become the 51st state. But a small fuss that turned into a big uproar could have added another star to the U.S. flag 60 years ago. This is what happened when a Missouri county went rogue. In the early

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