Singing Spitfire

The “Simply Reba” tribute returns to the Riverside Resort because it is “simply good.” This time, however, when the show returns to Don’s Celebrity Theatre, Wednesday-Sunday, June 19-23, a new element has More»

Best of the Beatles

Beatles tributes are almost as plentiful as Elvis tributes and time and again, most involve the obvious mop-top wigs, 1960s-style suits or the expected satin and feathered flamboyance of the Sgt. Pepper-era More»

Won’t Back Down

Life is all about curve balls, following individual paths, and what people choose to do with them. Sometimes you can fight it, but then, sometimes you’ve just got to take a chance More»

Meet the Manager

Golden Nugget Director of Marketing Matt Earnheart has had the unique opportunity to experience several levels of marketing, from a corporate strategist to on-property management. Earnheart grew up in Tunica, Mississippi, at More»

Top Chef

The Chefs’ Food Fest, sponsored by the Laughlin Chamber of Commerce, is all about blowing the doors off creativity, not just taking it for a spin around the block. This is when the gloves come off, the oven mitts come on and the beautiful aroma of so many flavors mingling together converge in one tasty spot for one tasty evening.
The Food Fest is one of the most anticipated events on the Laughlin calendar — a multi-layered feast for the senses — all for a good cause.

A Musical Memory

What if a person could go back in time to the night before that historic musical event on a pig farm in upstate New York — Woodstock? What if a budding blues musician had this crazy dream of playing with some of music’s greatest artists throughout time right in his own living room? But what if all of those greats were linked by a tragic common denominator making that dream seemingly impossible? And what if that dream became reality if only for a night on stage?

Stand-Up Star

The Avi Resort & Casino has brought back what has proven to be a popular show with audiences, the First Friday Comedy Series. Each month, the show includes three comedians, and kicking things off on Friday, June 7, the lineup consists of Krista Kay as the host/emcee, Andy Kern as the feature and Adam Hunter as the headliner. All of the talent comes from a comedy organization called The Comedy Machine, which has been supplying venues across the country with some of the funniest clean comedians around.

Being The Boss

Josh Schreiber would be the first to admit, “The Boss” is a tough act to follow, much less emulate. The guy is still touring and “Springsteen on Broadway,” currently is streaming on Netflix. So he knew he’d either have to get every detail right as a tribute artist or leave the whole Bruce Springsteen shtick at the Jersey shore and go back to being a singing drummer. Because not only is Schreiber’s biggest competitor Springsteen himself, but he is his hometown hero.