August 27, 2021

Dining Out

The Barley Hound Reopens with Brand-New Look & Menu After Renovation

 The Barley Hound, a Prescott staple and the city’s beloved first gastropub, has reopened after nearly a year’s remodeling closure to unveil the first phase of a renovation that boasts a refreshed look along with an impressive new menu. An original concept by Vivili Hospitality Group, The Barley Hound has revamped its highly-sought after patios to


Development Agreement with Arizona Eco Development (AED) Passed by Prescott City Council

At Tuesday’s Prescott City Council meeting, interim City Attorney Matthew Podracky announced that the transfer of approximately 475 acres of Granite Dells property from Arizona Eco Development (AED) to the City of Prescott, was officially completed. The land was part of the development agreement between the City and AED, which was approved by City Council

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Best Landscape Trees by All Four Seasons

Trees are where your landscape value is. Plant them right, and your home value grows; get trees wrong, and they take over, lift patios and driveways, hide beautiful architecture, and more. Think of trees and the four seasons. Begin with trees that announce spring by blooming, then have trees that offer summer shade, autumn reds,


Gosar on Afghanistan Attack: “We Mourn the Loss of Life and Strengthen Our Resolve to Get Our People Out of Afghanistan”

Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) issued the following statement in response to the heartbreaking deaths of American servicemen and women in Afghanistan. “Today’s tragic death of at least a dozen service members is a reminder of how grateful we are for the selfless acts of courage our men and women in uniform exhibit every day. I’m incredibly grateful


Opinion: Afghanistan Should Be a Global Energy Player. It Won’t.

When the U.S. invaded Afghanistan 20 years ago, conspiracy theorists on the Left cried, “No War for Oil!” The real reason for the Bush administration’s invasion was to topple the Taliban government and make way for a lucrative oil pipeline sought by friends of oilman Dick Cheney. The fact that these same progressives had just spent