Entries by Joel Silverstein

No Pain No Gain At The Lake Havasu Tattoo Show

The 9th Annual Tattoo Show took place at the Quality Inn this weekend in Lake Havasu City. Tattoo enthusiasts gathered at the show to decorate their bodies in ink with images of everything from flowers to Marvel Comic Book cartoon characters. During Saturday’s event, Beauty and the Beast Sideshow performer Jason Rigstad pierced his arms

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Teen Break 2016

While college students come to Lake Havasu City to enjoy our beaches during Spring Break, local teenagers are treated to their own fun at Rotary Park. The Aquatics and Recreation holds Teen Break each year full of activities, food, and carnival rides for ages sixth-twelfth grade. Here is a wrap-up video social short by Empire

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20 Questions – Grace Ann Etcheberia-Jacobs

Grace Ann, who is the owner/producer at Grace Arts and the owner of Arizona Coast Performing Arts dance studio, moved to Lake Havasu City 28 years ago. Today, she has four grown children including three boys and a girl. Grace Ann also has 11 grandchildren, and a black-and-white Standard Parti Poodle, who is 6-years-old. His

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Lake Havasu Girl Scouts Donate To Military Moms

Girl Scout and Brownie Troops 2436, 2276, 1892, 1925, 2400, 979, 415, 147, 1304, and 1585 met with the Lake Havasu Military Moms Wednesday evening to donate boxes of cookies. The Military Moms will pack the cookies into care packages and will be sent to U.S. military troops serving overseas.

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Havasu Pioneers Reminisce About Early Days

By  Lizbeth Castellanos Thunderbolt Middle School If there’s one thing that’s true about Lake Havasu City, it’s the dedication its early inhabitants. Those early pioneers built the city from a wide spot in the desert. It had one big thing going for it … the beautiful Lake Havasu. A reunion of those early Havasu Pioneers took

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No Empty Baskets At Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Every year, hundreds of Lake Havasu City kids flock to SARA Park for the annual Community Easter Egg Hunt and this Sunday was no different. The free event was supported by the Interact Club from Thunderbolt Middle School and provided area children with an opportunity to hunt for Easter eggs, win prizes and get their

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