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  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
Renaissance Faire Returns
Renaissance Faire coverage is sponsored by Krispy Krunchy Chicken inside of the Motor and Boat Texaco Station on Jamaica Blvd.  This weekend Lake Havasu City welcomes back the Renaissance Faire for its fourth annual celebration of Renaissance history. This year multiple guilds will be in attenda... Read More
Spring Break Is On In Lake Havasu City
By Cortez Fields It’s March in Lake Havasu, and college students are once again flocking to one of the Southwest’s premiere spring break locations. This year, there will be plenty of entertainment and activities for spring break in Lake Havasu City, and plenty attractions in the city for ... Read More
The Bluegrass Is Greener In Lake Havasu City
Lake Havasu City picked and grinned Bluegrass this weekend at Windsor Beach at the 17th Annual Bluegrass on the Beach Festival. The festival kicked off the month of March bluegrass enthusiasts and musicians from far and wide in attendance. This year, the lineup was filled both new and returning ... Read More
Teens Breaking Out
By Cortez Fields Teen Break makes a welcome return to Lake Havasu City this March. For the 25th Teen Break, the Parks and Recreation department plans to take the event back to its roots - which means more fun, more activities and more events for Havasu teens. Starting March 12 and ending M... Read More
By Cortez Fields The 34th annual Winterfest in Lake Havasu City brings more unique vendors to spice up the 234 slated to appear between Saturday and today. With more than 35,000 expected patrons, Winterfest is in full swing with Havasuvians and visitors alike inspecting the vendors’ wares. ... Read More
By Grace Usher The holiday season can be a joyous time for adults and children alike. Unfortunately, for some families, the holidays can be stressful and filled with uncertainty. For more than 20 years, Arizona’s Children’s Association has been the answer for many of these struggling families... Read More
‘Stop The Bleed’ Class Aims At Saving Lives
By Grace Usher Havasu Regional Medical Center has been taking initiatives to prevent deaths caused by preventable blood-loss because of an injury. Though typically associated with mass shooting awareness and preparation, a class spokesperson said this knowledge can help those faced with day-to-da... Read More
The Engines That Power The Festival
By Grace Usher The Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair has charmed those who are young-at-heart for nearly a decade. Though the festival is now a key cultural experience for the city, the balloons may have never touched the Western Arizona skies without those dedicated behind the strings. It is with... Read More
By Grace Usher At the American School of Shao-Lin Kempo, Sensei Zach Pearlswig brings the traditional Kung-fu form of martial arts to the Lake Havasu City community. Pearlswig has been studying the system for more than 25 years with his father as the headmaster of the nationwide program. Stud... Read More