Man of Many Talents

If nothing else, country superstar Tim McGraw has earned the right to record the music he wants, when he wants and with whom he wants. Sure, his lengthy career is proof of More»

Here For a Good Time

George Strait is one of the most popular, most respected and most influential recording artists in country music history. He is the Gary Cooper of country stars. Handsome, thin, a man of More»

Fire & Ice Food

Expect the unexpected during the 2019 Taste of Bullhead fundraiser. With the theme, “Fire & Ice,” adopt the attitude that anything can and might just happen during the Bullhead Area Chamber of More»

Band in Blue

Commanders Jazz Ensemble, United States Air Force Band of the Golden West, returns to the Aquarius, delivering a program filled with American big band favorites. More»

The Big Game

The Big Game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams is set for kickoff at 3:30 p.m. PST on Sunday, Feb. 3.
This is the Patriots ninth trip to the championship game since 2002, all with quarterback Tom Brady under center. The Rams, however, have not played for the Lombardi Trophy since they lost to New England in 2002 (they were the St. Louis Rams at the time). This exciting rematch will pit the veteran Brady against L.A.’s young quarterback, Jared Goff, who is making his first appearance in the Big Game.
Catch all of the action at one of the several viewing parties in Laughlin, with food and drink specials, prize giveaways and more!

Folk Fusion

The Lovin’ Spoonful is a band that made a huge impact on the musical landscape in a very small window of time. It held its own at a time when the music world around it was changing fast and heading in different directions and the listener had to hold on tight, just to keep up.
In only two years in the mid-1960s, the Greenwich Village group charted a string of 10 Top 40 hits at a time when the competition included Motown, the Beatles and the British Invasion’s entire fleet.

Quick Wit

The Avi Resort & Casino has brought back what proved to be a popular way to spend Friday evenings last year. A comedy series called the “1st Friday Comedy Show” has returned with new lineups each month. The lineup for the Friday, Feb. 1, show includes three comedians — the host Jaye Devon, the feature Steven Briggs and headliner Ed Regine.

Bidding Benefit

This time of year sports fans look forward to the biggest football game of the year, and area residents look forward to one of the most popular events of the year, both of which happen about the same time, which is not by accident.
The Tri-state’s largest auction event brings together a variety of prize packages and other items up for bid to benefit one of the area’s most important causes, its children.