Old West Wonder

It takes a lot of courage to pull up stakes and give up everything a person knows to take a leap of faith and follow a passion, no matter how crazy it More»

Vocal Power

Collin Raye made his inroads into the Nashville country scene in the early ’90s when he signed as a solo act with Epic Records. Long before that, however, he and his brother, More»

Wine Country

We may not live under the Tuscan sun, but a taste of Italy can be found closer than you’d think. Carlos and Zulma Cella purchased 10 acres in Kingman in 2006 and More»

Clean Comedy

The Edgewater’s Comedy on the Edge series is a fun way to spend a night out on weekends. Sitting back, relaxing, having a cocktail with friends, or a date, while listening and More»

Bites & Brews

Fantastic food, the best brews and sports viewing are all packaged into one perfect setting as Brew Brothers prepares to open in the Tropicana Laughlin this week.
The restaurant and brewery is not your typical sports bar — its menu is a cut above.
“The food is the difference,” said Rick Yuhas, Tropicana Laughlin general manager.
And after one bite of anything on the menu, patrons are sure to agree. Each item has been created and perfected by Gregg Carano and his family members. With their Italian heritage, cooking is in their blood, and the recipes from the Carano kitchen prove just that.

Diamond in the Rough

There has always been a divide in musical tastes between generations. When the music of groups like The Diamonds came along with its nonsensical lyrics filled with “la-la-la-las,” “bom-de-bom-boms,” and “doo-wah ditties,” the kids ate it up. The parents meanwhile were a bit suspicious about this stuff called “rock and roll.” It was certainly a far cry from the sounds of Perry Como and Vaughn Monroe.

Need for Beads

The 7th annual Gem, Mineral, Jewelry, Bead and Gift Show, presented by Shows of Integrity, has quickly become one of the most anticipated events of the year for rock hounds, jewelry makers and those who seek out the unusual and unexpected in the Colorado River region.
Shoppers will find all that and more at this year’s show coming to the Tropicana Laughlin’s Pavilion Theater, Friday-Sunday, Jan. 11-20 (10 a.m.-5 p.m. each day).

Sporty Seniors

The 2019 Bullhead City/Laughlin Senior Games returns for the third year with a full schedule of sports for athletes of all skill levels.
The various competitions, hosted by Bullhead City Parks & Recreation, take place from Sunday, Jan. 13 through Sunday, Jan. 20, at venues on both sides of the Colorado River and are geared toward athletes 50 years of age or better.