Close to You

Close to You

From Canada to cornfields, to an orchestral show in South Carolina, The Carpenters’ music has taken Michelle Berting-Brett further than she could have imagined. Now she’s celebrating the 10th anniversary of her More»

Host with the Most

Host with the Most

Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort & Casino never settles, they are constantly looking for ways to improve the property for both guests and employees. The most recent area to receive an upgrade was More»

Fresh Start

Fresh Start

There’s never a bad time to make a change, start fresh and find a new appreciation for life. At 50 years old, comedian Jay Mohr did just that. He gave himself a More»

Trendsetting Stars

Trendsetting Stars

The leader of the Rat Pack, the Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra is one of the best-selling artists of all time. He was the king of show business from the 1940s-1960s. More»

Music & Mayhem

A fluke, coincidence, or straight up miracle from above, is how the career of Tommy James took off. The pop rock singer, known for his hits like “Mony Mony” and “Crimson and Clover,” went for an amazing ride, dodging mobsters and even working on a presidential campaign as he was churning out hits in the 1960s.

Showing His Scars

Certain songs hold special meaning and evoke emotions from pivotal times in life. Collin Raye is one of those artists who could tell a story with his song and touch his listeners. Several of his country ballads have been used at weddings, funerals and other life events, to commemorate a time or person.

Shows of Integrity

The 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 collectors in the Colorado River region.

Grits & Glamour

Following in father’s footsteps proved to be the right path for two country music queens. Pam Tillis is the daughter of the legendary Mel Tillis, and Lorrie Morgan is the daughter of Grand Ole Opry member George Morgan. Both ladies first hit the Opry stage with their fathers, and later carved their own country music careers in Nashville.