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Insurgo Theater Movement’s “The Little Prince”

Written by Jessica Tripp Insurgo Theater Movement’s new production, “The Little Prince,” is a true dessert of a play. The sweet, light hearted main character, played by Breon Jenay with a child-like innocence that made every adult smile and want to laugh along.

Jabbawockeez to Release Debut Album

Written by Informer Staff The Jabbawockeez have announced the release of their debut album, “Jabbawockeez MÜS.I.C.” on Tuesday, March 1.  This effort was a collaboration between the Jabbawockeez and Bay Area DJ Crew, The Bangerz. “Jabbawockeez MÜS.I.C.” will include 14 original songs, including several from their show “MÜS.I.C “at the Montel Carlo Resort and Casino.

The “Sex and Money” Show With Len Connell

Written by Rodney Bethke Jr. Originally from Massachusetts Len Connell is a financial advisor during the week, but on Saturday nights he lets loose and brings out his comedic side on his ground breaking radio show “Sex and Money”. Being on from 7 pm to 8 pm Saturday nights Len has seen such guests ranging […]

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models

Genevieve Morton, Kenza Fourat & Cintia Dicker Written by Nikki Artale Photos by Nikki Artale

Bubblegum and Broken Fingers: A Film Review

Written by Joe Buda “Bubblegum and Broken Fingers”, written and directed by Sean Jackson, is a short movie full of style and nuance and should be viewed by those who enjoy good story-telling.  It should also be viewed by anyone who enjoys independent films or is considering going into filmmaking. The tale begins as the […]

The South Street Walker

By Informer Staff   When sitting down with recording artist Freddy Walker you instantly pick up on the high energy that he kicks out. Originally from Philadelphia Freddy came to Las Vegas to get a change of pace and launch his career as a musician.

Gold & Silver Pawn

Written by Nikki Artale There is a new tourist attraction Gold & Silver Pawn Shop at 713 S Las Vegas Blvd that is owned and operated by Richard Harrison and his son Rick. The pawn shop has been featured on the History Channel, Travel Channel and ABC TV. It is open 24 hours a day […]

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 […]

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