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Jefferson Montoya The Man, The Myth, The Legend

By Informer Staff After his performance on January 27, I had the chance to sit down with Mr. Jefferson Montoya. Originally from Price, Utah, a town with a population of only 8,402 people, J, as his friends like to call him, told the Informer that he had only learned the guitar in the summer of […]

McKee Ranch & The Secret Garden

Written by Nikki Artale Photos by Nikki Artale McKee Ranch McKee Ranch is only a stones throw away from the Las Vegas strip but the ranch brings you back to the days of the old west. Max McKee and his wife Christi bought the 2.5 acre ranch in 1999 and it took over 2 years […]

Somnium Productions Film Premiere “Take Two”

Written by Joe Buda Somnium Productions held “A Night of Short Films TAKE TWO” on Thursday, January 27 at the Rave Motion Picture theatres in Town Square. Actress and Producer Patty Chong hosted the event.   The “Take Two” was in reference to this being the follow-up premiere of these films, after the first premiere ran […]

Zika

Zika and Nikki Written by Nikki Artale Photos by Nikki Artale Zika has always had a love for animals since she was a young girl growing up in Russia. Every opportunity she had, she brought home stray animals. That was the start of her rescue and it continues until today. She started the nonprofit organization, […]

The Acoustic Spotlight

Jefferson Montoya By Informer Staff Among the interesting interior of The Artisan Hotel is an ultra lounge and for one night in that ultra-lounge was some amazing talent. On Thursday the 27th  the hotel held The Acoustic Spotlight featuring talent such as Denise Savello and Jefferson Montoya. This is the first of many to be […]

Meatballs of Martorano

Written by Nikki Artale Photos by Nikki Artale You haven’t eaten the best meatball of your life until you eat a meatball from Martorano’s Restaurant. Steve Martorano is the owner of the Italian Restaurant and he attributes his fabulous food to the teachings of his grandmother. As a young boy, Steve would spend many days […]

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Miss America Parade of Shoes

Written by Nikki Artale Photos by Nikki Artale The Miss America Organization brought back the “DSW Show Us Your Shoes Parade” which showcased the shoes and costumes of the 53 Miss America Contestants. The parade had been a tradition in Atlantic City NJ and was dropped when the pageant moved to Las Vegas. Now after […]

Weekly Country Western Revival

Written by : Karen Y. Lu  Even though football is coming to an end, Sunday nights are still happening in Henderson. Local classic country band, Whiskey Revival, plays each Sunday evening in the unexpectedly modern and elegant Fortune Club at Club Fortune Casino. If you like your country western music sung by artists named Hank […]

Ruel James & The Mob Experience

Written by Nikki Artale Photos by Nikki Artale There is an artistic genius living amongst us in Las Vegas. He is a soft spoken man who exudes his gentleness in his work. His love, respect and admiration of women show through in his paintings and sculptures of the women’s bodies that he creates. The artist […]

Top Movies of 2010: Redbox Counts Down the Year’s Top Rentals

Article by PRNewswire Redbox, America’s movie rental destination, had a record-breaking 2 million rentals last New Year’s Eve and according to a national survey, 47 percent of American movie-watchers will celebrate New Year’s Eve this year by watching a movie at home.  Redbox makes it easy with $1 a night DVD rentals and $1.50 a […]

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