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Dancing for the Stars awards top dancers

Elena Sanwick takes Judge’s Choice, Michelle Fain wins People’s Choice Award

Elena Sanwick and Daniel Garcia showed their moves, entertained the audience and danced for the stars, taking the judge’s choice award at Saturday’s Dancing for the Stars.

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Marchers in Prescott remember the Holocaust at courthouse plaza

'Only 31 percent of the kids today know about the Holocaust'

About 30 or so people marched around courthouse plaza Sunday, April 15, as some blew shofar trumpets, doing so in remembrance of the Holocaust.

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Dustbowl Revival returns for Elks show

The eight-person American roots orchestra known as Dustbowl Revival is coming back to Prescott, performing at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center along with the Shook Twins.

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Illusionist Jay Owenhouse returns to Prescott

Jay Owenhouse, known as “The Authentic Illusionist” is bringing his Dare to Believe show back to the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.

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Phoenix Symphony performs Mendelssohn, Young and Elgar

The Phoenix Symphony is returning to Prescott this weekend to perform works by Felix Mendelssohn, Nina Young and Edward Elgar, while featuring cellist Istvan Vardai.

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Librarypalooza goes all weekend long

This year, Prescott Public Library is celebrating National Library Week with a weekend-long Librarypalooza event, said Adult Services Librarian Ruthie Hewitt.

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Legally Blonde 1: PHS presents ‘Legally Blonde’ show empowering girls, director says

See the story of Elle Woods and her attempt to win back her boyfriend by getting a law degree in Prescott High School’s production of “Legally Blonde.”

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Rosenblatt celebrates 90th birthday at Sharlot Hall Museum

Judge says he has ‘strong affection’ for the museum

Surrounded by family and friends, retired Judge Paul G. Rosenblatt celebrated his 90th birthday at Sharlot Hall Museum Saturday, April 7.

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Biopic on Supreme Court eminent domain ruling could come to Prescott

Organizers need more tickets reserved for screening to happen

The Institute for Justice is looking to bring “Little Pink House,” a biopic on the Supreme Court’s “Kelo” ruling to Prescott Valley for a one-night only screening – but at least 58 more tickets are needed before the screening can happen.

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Tributes to Manilow & Midler and ABBA at Elks

Tributes to Barry Manilow and Bette Midler as well as to ABBA will be performed at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend, presented by TAD Management.

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