David Stringer

Book Talk

Book Talk with Lizzy McNett- Prescott eNews Introduces A New Feature

A few months ago I had the good fortune to meet a local publisher, Lizzy McNett, founder and owner of Writers Publishing House, based in Paulden, Arizona. As we’ve gotten to know each other, I’ve learned that Lizzy has a deep love for all things literary and has a very practical understanding of the publishing

Events

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum – Meet Your 2022 Candidates

The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum will continue their candidate series at their next monthly luncheon on Monday, March 14th,  at the Prescott Vibes Event Center, 6200 Hwy 89 (see map at bottom).  The event starts promptly at 11:30am.  Parking is free.  An RSVP is required. The March lineup of candidates is particularly strong. Attorney General Mark Brnovich 

Arts & Culture

Opening Night: That Championship Season at Prescott Center for the Arts – David Stringer

Live theater returned to the stage of Suze’s Prescott Center for the Arts  on Thursday night with the revival of Jason Miller’s Tony Award winning drama, That Championship Season. The 1973 Broadway hit about the hypocrisy, personal failings, and prejudices of small town America also won the New York Drama Critics Award for Best Play and the 1973

Events

Verde Valley Republicans Host LD1 Candidate Forum – David Stringer

The Verde Valley Republican Club has announced that they will host an LD1 candidate forum for legislative candidates this Saturday, February 5th,   10:00 am at the VFW Post 7400,  705 E Aspen Street, in Cottonwood. The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited. An RSVP is requested by emailing verdevalleyrepublicans@gmail.com. The candidate

Arizona State Legislature

First Candidate Forum of 2022 – David Stringer

The 2022 election year is upon us.  The Verde Valley Republicans will host the first candidate forum of the year this Saturday, 10:00 am, at the VFW in Cottonwood, 702 E Aspen Street.  The event is open to the public, but seating is limited, and reservations can be requested by emailing verdevalleyrepublicans@gmail.com.  The lineup includes former

Politics

Denial and the 2020 Election – David Stringer, Publisher

If national polls are to be believed,  a substantial majority of Republican voters don’t believe President Biden was legitimately elected and that the presidency was in some way “stolen”  from Donald Trump. As a Trump supporter,  I would like to believe that.  Unfortunately,  I can’t find the evidence.  And I’ve looked. The Maricopa County audit  overseen by

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