October 25, 2021

Arts & Culture

Riverdance, the 25th Anniversary Show, is coming to the Findlay Toyota Center February 8, 2022

Riverdance, as you’ve never seen it before! A powerful and stirring reinvention of this beloved favorite celebrated the world over for its Grammy award-winning score and the thrilling energy and passion of its Irish and international dance. Twenty-five years on, composer Bill Whelan has rerecorded his mesmerizing soundtrack while producer Moya Doherty and director John

Arts & Culture

Arizona Philharmonic Announces Art 4 All™ Program To Benefit Prescott and Surprise Communities

Courtesy photo: Arizona Philharmonic performs at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center 2019. Arizona Philharmonic (AZ Phil) Prescott’s regional professional orchestra, announces their Art 4 All™ program, a fundamental component of AZ Phil’s effort to bring professional orchestra music to all interested members of the community on a pay-what-you-can basis. “To connect the community to our Art 4 All program, we collaborate

Vaccine mandates

Congressman Paul Gosar Knocks Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Mandatory Vaccine Policy

For weeks, citizens in our community have protested outside Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) over its decision to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine. Our healthcare providers have made the best medical decisions for themselves, and their employers do not get to subvert this. To date, nearly 20% of reported COVID-19 cases are Americans who work in the

Health

Building a 3 step skincare routine on a budget

Building a habit of regular skin care involves lots of steps which sometimes become expensive. Eventually it becomes a valid reason to abandon the routine. However, adopting a three steps approach; cleansing, moisturizing and applying sunscreen, you can easily downsize redundant skin care costs. At the same time, being confined with limited cosmetics your skin

Opinion

Opinion: The Time for Tort Reform Is Now

Legal reform advocates nationwide recognize October as “Lawsuit Abuse Awareness Month.” This year, the U.S. Supreme Court can help highlight and address the scourge of lawsuit abuse by reviewing an astounding $80 million judgment against Bayer subsidiary, Monsanto. With outrageous multi-million-dollar judgments becoming more commonplace, it’s easy to see how lawsuit abuse wipes out an estimated $435.6 billion

Immigration

Yuma mayor says surging illegal migration is stressing local services

Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls told a Washington forum this week that the rise in illegal immigration is stressing health care and the nonprofits that help migrants in his town, and he’s worried the situation will only get worse. “Right now, our Border Patrol agents and our nonprofits are doing an amazing amount of work keeping

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