Roslyn Kind will perform at the Sedona International Film Festival on Saturday, Feb. 21.
Kind will sing songs and tell tales from her career as an entertainer, having started touring for Roslyn Kind: Live.
Over the years, he’s appeared in one-man stage shows portraying a young president as well as a famous attorney. His latest venture is that of a scientist whose work gave the world its first warning signs of global warming in the late 1950s.
The Verde Valley is no closer to having its own separate administrative college under the Yavapai College banner, but the possibility remains a hot topic in the community college advocate community.
On Feb. 3, the Yavapai College Verde Valley Board Advisory Committee tabled a motion proposed by its Chairman Paul Chevalier to “retain an independent consultant to study the structure, benefits and costs of a separate administrative college.”
A former Arizona Cardinals cheerleader is suing the Village of Oakcreek Association for injuries she received during an appearance at Family Fun Day, a fundraiser hosted by VOCA.
Emily Grimm is seeking an unspecified amount compensation for medical expenses and loss of earnings due to “serious and permanent injuries” suffered when she was struck by a food tent that was blown into her by a gust of wind during the event held at VOCA’s Oakcreek Country Club, according to her lawsuit.
Yavapai College President Penny Wills cemented her commitment to a culinary program in the Verde Valley while speaking to the Verde Valley Board Advisory Committee Wednesday, Feb. 3.
“Let me assure you, we were already working on a culinary program before this committee was formed,” Wills said, adding that the decision to center such a program in the Verde Valley was obvious due to the area’s beauty and tourism industry.
Like most bands in the 1970s, Chicago was all about sex, drugs and rock and roll. And of course, horns.
With more than 100 million albums sold, Chicago has been one of the most successful bands in history. Today, nearly a half-century after forming, several of the original members continue to tour with more than 100 concerts a year.