March 2, 2023

Arts & Culture

Three Illusionists, No Waiting – Masters of Illusion brings contrasting & amazing magicians to YCPAC, Mar. 25

Prepare to be amazed, when three master illusionists – each very different, but all of them spellbinding – bring their repertoires of sleight-of-hand, double-take tricks, and mind-blowing illusions to Yavapai College Performing Arts Center for a single, mesmerizing afternoon. YCPAC proudly presents MASTERS OF ILLUSION LIVE!, performing Saturday, March 25, at 3 p.m. Spawned from

Second Amendment

West Virginia advances campus gun bill despite student alarm – Associated Press

Photo: Zachary Campbell of the West Virginia Citizens Defense League speaks in support of a bill that would allow people with concealed carry permits to bring firearms on West Virginia college and university campuses West Virginia lawmakers voted Wednesday to advance a bill that would allow people with concealed carry permits to bring firearms on


Tenn. governor vows to sign anti-drag bill as photo surfaces – Associated Press

Photo: Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee delivers his State of the State Address in the House Chamber Republican Gov. Bill Lee says it would be “ridiculous” to conflate a recently surfaced yearbook photo of him wearing women’s clothing in high school to drag show performances currently under attack in Tennessee and other GOP-led states. Lee told

Ukraine Invasion

Ukraine official: Forces may pull out of key city of Bakhmut – Associated Press

Photo: A Ukrainian armoured personnel carrier rides in Chasiv Yar, the site of the heaviest battles with the Russian troops, Donetsk region, Ukraine The Ukrainian military might pull troops back from the key stronghold of Bakhmut, an adviser to Ukraine’s president said Wednesday in remarks that suggested Russia could capture the city that has become

STEM programs

Sparklight to Award $15,000 to Support STEM Education Through Its “Dream Bigger” Contest

Six winners to each receive $2,500 to support K-12 science, technology, engineering and math projects Sparklight®, a leading broadband communications provider, invites schools and organizations serving K-12 students to enter its 5th annual “Dream Bigger” social media campaign for the opportunity to win $2,500 to fund their science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) project or club.  K-12

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