it was 1942, and for the first time ever, the United States had planned an air raid against Japan, launching US Air Force bombers from an aircraft carrier. Come hear Col. Ole C. Griffith recount the events of the Doolittle Raid this Thursday, October 18, at Embry Riddle.
Myriads of dogs swarmed the Courthouse Square on Sunday to celebrate Prescott’s First Annual Dogtoberfest. Locals and out-of-towners paraded their four-legged friends while they socialized, played, and learned about specialized services local businesses had to offer.
The Courthouse Square in Prescott was the site of the Arizona Street Rod Association's annual "High Country Rod Run" Saturday. Antique cars from the "early days" to 1959 were parked 3 deep along Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
Take a "trip" back to 1967 with the Merry Pranksters and the Rude Mechanics as they decide to put on not just a play, but Shakespeare's Midsummer Nights Dream.
This daring production of Othello updates Shakespeare's classic tragedy by moving the action to contemporary Iraq. The plot is further enhanced by adding a controversial twist, appropriate in this era of the "don't ask don't tell" military.
Put on your spurs, cinch up your holster and mosey on down to Whiskey Row (also known as Montezuma Street, between Gurley and Goodwin Streets) for a shootin' good time in Prescott, Arizona today and tomorrow.
Most people aren't used to walking into church and seeing beach towels hanging from the beams, flip-flops climbing up the wall, or dolphins behind the pulpit. But, that's exactly what the Sunday morning worshippers saw when they walked into Cornerstone Church on July 15.
We had a blast! We got there about 9:30 pm, just in time for the wand contest. An amazing wand that looked to have an occotillo cactus handle with a fantastic wire wrap won that one.