Category Archives: Cover

Southern Drawl

If you were into music in the early ’80s, an essential piece of your record collection had to be Alabama records. Remember those vinyl albums that showed a bit of wear and tear because they were played a lot, taking up space next to the likes of The Doors, The Who and Led Zeppelin? Those three guys, Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook were country, R&B, with a little gospel and bluegrass mixed in, but they were also Southern rockers — and they were cute.

Cash in Character

Just about anyone could practice a few hip gyrations, wear a pompadour wig and flashy jumpsuit and put together a tribute to Elvis. There are a lot of guys out there doing that very thing whether they look and sound like him or not. Some of these portrayals come off as cartoonish and disrespectful, so it takes time to weed out the bad for those nuggets of good.
Johnny Cash portrayals, however, don’t seem to have that particular problem. He commanded and earned the kind of serious respect that continues long after his passing.

Ridin’ the Rails

Located about 80 miles north of Laughlin, Boulder City, NV, is bursting with sights and tours to add some excitement to your stay.
A new attraction just opened there in January to bring locals and tourists a new viewpoint of the Southwest. Rail Explorers is taking on steam as the latest and greatest way to opt outside and explore nature.

Best Bites

If you like sipping martinis that are shaken, not stirred, while tapping into your inner 007, perhaps the 8th annual Taste of Bullhead “Puttin’ on the Ritz” is the place to be.
It’s Monte Carlo night, and Bond, James Bond, is this year’s theme. Bond’s love of the gaming tables, fast cars, clever gadgets and beautiful women all combine in one night of fun, fantasy, and food in what the Bullhead Area Chamber Ambassadors create as one big “thank you.”