Driven by optimism and guided by caution, the Sedona International Film Festival is ramping up preparations for the scaled down 27th annual event now scheduled June 12-20. “Everything related to the coronavirus pandemic is moving in the right direction and we’re seeing more people returning to the types of activities, though still on a limited basis,
When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, K-12 schools were among the first operations to close in order to prevent community spread in the United States. As schools slowly begin to reopen for in-person classes throughout the country, there is still sparse information about COVID-19 mitigation strategy adherence, including physical distancing, mask wearing and hand washing,
Almost half of the 24 executive orders President Joe Biden has signed in his first two days in office have dealt with COVID-19, which White House officials cite as proof that fighting the pandemic is the top priority for his administration. “The first order I’m going to be signing here … relates to COVID,” Biden
The initial outbreak of COVID-19 earlier this year brought just about every aspect of our daily lives to a grinding halt. Unsure of how to keep the virus from spreading, local and state governments across the U.S. enacted broad, strict shutdown orders while health experts worked out a way for us all to ease back
Details of Michelangelo’s famous frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, which are all but impossible to see in the Vatican, are right above your head at a new exhibition downtown. Visitors to “Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition” can view life-size prints of some of the artist’s most famous works spread across 10,000 square feet and multiple
Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Peoria, said it can be hard to be socially distant when a large part of your job requires being social. From interacting with constituents, to boarding planes between D.C. and Arizona, to voting on the House floor, Lesko said it’s challenging for members of Congress to limit possible exposure to the coronavirus.