Citizen

By Nicole Matheson Local artist and community organizer Adam Romano is paying homage to generations of artists as he presents the Past/Present/Future Art Show Saturday, at the Lake Havasu City Aquatic Center. The event will feature art from three generations of local artists on display and for sa... Read More
Local Couple Helps Birds Take Flight
By Nicole Matheson Lake Havasu City is an oasis in the desert, not just for humans but also for a diverse collection of wildlife. Such a population of feathered and furry friends occasionally requires human attention, specifically when they are faced with injury or adversity. For more than 30 ... Read More
Lake Havasu Citizen Spotlight: David Bell Jr.
By Cortez Fields A massive dragon stares down at a small but brave knight. A samurai walks a lonely path through cherry blossom trees. An angel descends from the heavens above, his massive wings outstretched. These are the characters created by local artist and comic savant David Bell Jr., wh... Read More
By Cortez Fields "The Avengers" was a blockbuster film that helped spawn a franchise that culminated in its final film, "Avengers: Endgame." "Avengers: Endgame" premiered last month and has appeased longtime fans while shattering box office records. These spectacles may be some of the most su... Read More
Lake Havasu Citizen Spotlight: Rasheed Bello
By Cortez Fields The poet, the performer, the writer. Rasheed Bello is someone who wants to bring culture to Lake Havasu City. Riverscene Magazine sat down  with the immigrant-turned-native Havasu resident.   “I’ve been in Havasu for eight years.” From Nigeria to Havasu Originally b... Read More
Lake Havasu Young Entrepreneurs Part III: Terror Toys
By Cortez Fields From the bowels of Elm Street and the shores of Crystal Lake, Terror Toys have come to bring fear to Lake Havasu City in a fun way. RiverScene Magazine spoke to Matt Ferree, another young entrepreneur of Lake Havasu City who made horrific souvenir items into an interesting an... Read More
Citizen Spotlight: Karen Vanderjagt
By Grace Usher Karen Vanderjagt is the type of women that has a smile ear to ear all day long - and with good reason. She is an individual who focuses her efforts toward the positive side of every aspect of a career, family and personal interests. Vanderjagt, 69, moved to Lake Havasu City in ... Read More
  By Cortez Fields Dr. Danny Pirtle is a man of taste. The criminal justice professor sits down with Riverscene Magazine to give an look into his life and to what led him to become a professor at ASU Lake Havasu. In his uniquely decorated office, filled with portraits of famed civil r... Read More