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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 […]

Somnium Productions: Living the Dream of Filmmaking

Written by Kristan Obeng Local film crew, Somnium Productions, kept their dream alive at their first film premiere despite a rocky ending beleaguered by technical difficulties in Town Square Las Vegas. A director from the company, Alberto Triana, said Somnium is Latin for the dream. “We’re trying to live it.”

Insurgo Theater Movement Provides Unique Outlook in a “Smorgasbord of Entertainment”

Written by Jessica Tripp Photos provided by Insurgo Theater Movement In 2008, The Insurgo Theater Movement performed “Cannibal the Musical”, a musical comedy with its own blood splash zone and songs that compare the sun to a potato. Flash forward two years to a stunningly relevant and moving version of “The Crucible” that not only […]

Kungfu Revelations 9 Scrolls

Written by Nikki Artale The Kung Fu Star Performing Group made its debut at The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino on December 10, 2010 to a standing ovation on their opening night. “Kungfu Revelations: 9 Scrolls” tells the story of the nine virtues of man’s spiritual struggle, Purity, Sutra, Diligence, Spirit, Listening, Shape, Devotion, Serenity […]

Elaine Wynn Donates $5 Million to the Smith Center for the Performing Arts to Create the Elaine Wynn Studio for Arts Education

Article by PR Newswire Philanthropist Elaine Wynn has made a commitment of $5 million to establish The Elaine Wynn Studio for Arts Education at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, it was announced today. The gift is the largest contribution from any individual to The Smith Center, a $470 million performing arts and education center in downtown Las Vegas. “We are […]

Asian American Christmas Gala

                    Lord of Harvest Church Group Written by Nikki Artale The Asian American Group once again held a Christmas party for all their supportive friends in the community. The room had a who’s who list of notable people which included many Judges, Attorneys, Police, Military families […]

It’s a Bully Breed World

Written by Nikki Artale It was the first annual birthday celebration and runway show for Bo and DeeMo at the Tuscan Grille in Town Square. Bo and DeeMo specialize in American Bully Cuture and cater to Bull Dog Breeds. It was a red carpet event and the dogs walked the runway wearing beautiful clothes and […]

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