Striking Gold

Striking Gold

It’s always fun to step back in time and envision a lifestyle far removed from today’s modern conveniences. The pioneers of the Southwest were a hardy group that helped to shape the More»

Rocking Laughlin

Rocking Laughlin

Rockin’ on the River might be a bit of an understatement when John Fogerty, Joan Jett and Don Felder take the stage Saturday, March 14 at the Laughlin Event Center. More»

Fiddlin’ Family

Fiddlin’ Family

The luck of the Irish returns to the Riverside Resort when it brings an Irish show with a Canadian twist and a party atmosphere to town once more, Wednesday-Sunday, March 11-15. “Fitzgerald’s More»

Hope for a Cure

Hope for a Cure

After nearly a year of planning, the Relay for Life is coming up fast Friday and Saturday, March 13-14 inside the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse. No worries about chilly winds or unpredictable More»

Ultimate Elton Fan

Joey Riedel is a familiar face in Vegas, with or without the flamboyant Elton John attire.
A crazy-good piano man is a crazy-good piano man no matter what, and the fact that his spot-on vocals sweeten the pot either way, it’s no wonder he’s always working and always in demand.

Thrilling Theatrics

KISS making a return trip to Laughlin again is bittersweet for their legions of devoted fans.
It’s cool the guys are coming back for another powerfully amped up show, but unfortunately it could be their last. Laughlin is one of the remaining stops on their “End of the Road World Tour” that wraps up in October.

Hit Harmonies

The older people get, the quicker those trips around the sun seem to come around. In almost no time at all, The Lettermen’s 60 years of music and memories have added up to a successful career that has sustained itself to the present day.
Through all of it, Tony Butala was at the helm, the one constant of the group throughout the decades, making sure those sweet sounds remained true to the philosophy established from the beginning.

Get Off My Back

Bull riding is a dangerous dance between man and beast.
It is a sport that leaves no room for error, and a lot of cowboys have the scars to prove it. Mistakes or a wrong move can cost a man his life.
Every bull rider is well aware of the risk involved, yet they accept the consequences, look fear in the eye and face it head on, devil be damned.