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James Darren was a tall, dark and good looking Italian kid from Philly who came up through the acting ranks, first making his mark in teen-themed films in the late 1950s. Since then he has enjoyed a successful, multi-faceted career, spanning six decades of motion picture, television, recordi…

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Mike Marvell has always been one of those guys with one foot firmly planted in reality and the other on a comedy stage making people laugh. 

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At only 12 years old, Darci Lynne Farmer won season 12 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” by receiving the most votes for a final performance in the history of the show. The singer/ventriloquist impressed audiences across America with her sweetheart disposition and ridiculously crazy talent lar…

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When comedians Bruce Williams and Terry Ree first came on the scene, political correctness wasn't a "thing," but ranting politics was definitely their thing. 

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Sometimes "old broads" in the entertainment world have a tough time when they face their biggest reality — age is the deal-breaker.

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The 2020 Bullhead City/Laughlin Senior Games returns for the fourth year with a full schedule of sports for athletes of all skill levels.

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Collin Raye made serious inroads into the Nashville country scene in the early '90s when he signed as a solo act with Epic Records. Long before that, however, he and his brother, Scott, were learning their craft one gig at a time, playing Nevada casinos as The Wray Brothers. They even made i…

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Steve Gillespie didn't start out in a place known as a hotbed of comedy, but the Acme Comedy Club in Minneapolis was all he needed to get the ball rolling on his 13-year career.

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When "Jazzin'" Jeanne Brei decided to call her group The Speakeasy Swingers, it seems appropriate for the kind of vintage song and dance shows they deliver, or so one would think.

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Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons are still in high demand. Even in their soaring “Sherry” days, Valli and his Seasons weren’t stars of Broadway and subjects of a marquee show in Vegas. But thanks to the musical “Jersey Boys,” Valli and the Four Seasons have become cultural icons and subj…

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Dress up in cowboy duds and learn to navigate the Wild West frontier with a trip to Stagecoach Trails Guest Ranch in Yucca, Arizona. 

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How anyone can confuse The Vogues, a white male singing group from the 1960s, with En Vogue, the R&B girl group of the 1990s makes you wonder what people are thinking or drinking.

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Off-road racing has always been a big part of the Laughlin event scene. Drivers of heavy duty racing trucks and buggies like the challenge of negotiating hairpin turns and switch-backs over a rugged desert course, daring them to take their skills to the next level — which is why the 2019 McK…

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When it comes to portraying Johnny Cash, tribute artists don't get much closer than Shawn Barker.

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If any country music singer exemplifies fortitude and tenacity, it is Tanya Tucker. While a lot of country artists have retired or packed it in, this talented women is making some of the best music of her long-time career.

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Tchaikovsky’s "The Nutcracker" is a holiday tradition in Laughlin many look forward to each and every year. It allows people to experience live art, with the classic tale told through dance. It makes appearances in theaters across the country, often in venues not given to ballet.

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More than 58 years ago, in 1961, Mike Love and his cousins Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson and Dennis Wilson, along with family friend Al Jardine, formed a different kind of “garage band.” They took all things associated with summer — the laid back lifestyle, the girls and fun, wrapped in their So…

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In a sea thick with "Rat Pack" tributes, there is but one that asks the question, "What if?"

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Pam Tillis keeps busy touring, making appearances and forever moving forward to her next musical project. Just last week she was a presenter for the Country Music Association awards with "Women of Country Music" as the theme. 

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It's rare when the puzzle pieces just seem to fit the first time a person opens the jigsaw box, but when Norm Stulz had the ability to make people laugh as early as the second grade in Detroit, there was no denying opening the comedy box was his life's calling.

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