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The Gatlin Brothers and Lee Greenwood are no strangers to Laughlin. They've both performed here many times. Greenwood is usually here around Veterans' Day, because of that one little song. And the Gatlins show up when the weather is good to squeeze in a little golf. But this is the first tim…

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When Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin met all those years ago in the late 1940s, it was pure genius in the making. Their undeniable chemistry while delivering slapstick comedy and vaudeville jokes created a partnership that lasted 10 years, a career that quickly made them the hottest act in Ameri…

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The desert is calming down after the intense heat of the summer. Monsoon showers have brought cooler temperatures as a beautiful autumn approaches, but that quiet won't last long. 

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A lot of people have made up their minds about opera — they just don't think they like it. Well, maybe they actually do like it, but they've never realized they were listening to it. Classical music shows pop up where you least expect it — older cartoons, commercials, television, movies — it…

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The First Friday Comedy series returns to the Avi Resort & Casino, this Friday, Oct. 4, after a month-long hiatus in September. Get ready for another evening of non-stop laughs to start the weekend off right. This time the lineup includes headlining magician Chazz who incorporates comedy…

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The "Legends of Motown Show" has been a big hit with audiences at the Riverside Resort for six years running. Producer Rudolph Peters wants to keep the music and memories associated with the biggest acts of Motown Records fresh in the hearts and minds of not only veteran fans who experienced…

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Tim Conway was like the mad scientist of comedy in the 1970s. He was both cast member and a comedy writer for "The Carol Burnett Show." He'd secretly change his lines in weekly scripts that had already been rehearsed — the element of surprise was just too tempting to pass up. 

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The River Cruizers' "Roddin' on the River" charity classic car show returns for the 28th year, but this year the event moves to a new venue, The Avi Resort & Casino for its four-day event, Thursday-Sunday, Sept 26-29.

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Chicago wasn't the conventional rock band trying to break into the music scene. They didn't stick to the format of four guys playing three chords in the three minutes of time typically allotted to recordings. This crazy bunch of guys had this crazy idea about creating a crazy new sound. They…

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Solve a murder case, complete a scavenger hunt or test your knowledge in a little friendly competition. If you are looking to try something new for a fun friends’ outing, check out J&J Mystery Events lineup of unique activities in the Tri-state.

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It wasn't that The Cult didn't have the natural talent as one of the best heavy metal, Gothic rock bands on the planet, but tragedy, personal demons and self-inflicted internal struggles almost consumed them.  

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The Avi Resort & Casino has played host to a series of concerts with a Latin flavor throughout the summer. The lineup starting first with the group, La Ruleta Norteña, followed by Adrian Crush and relatively new band, Nuevo Sentido. The curtain closes on the series when Banda Destructora…

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Bob and Rick Stinson, a.k.a. the Stinson Brothers, are seasoned road warriors traveling the country performing music just about anywhere they find an audience. These guys prefer life on the road, experiencing the edgier bumps along the way and hanging out in bars that could very well come wi…

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Anything can and does happen when the Avi Resort & Casino opens its doors for an evening jam-packed with mixed martial arts, kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu bouts for an all-out fight card featuring both professional and amateur fighters for WFC 111.

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Diamond Rio is that musical group that hits you like a warm tropical breeze at first because of their gentle, earthy bluegrass vibe. Then suddenly their songs are more like a hurricane that cuts a swarthy path to your emotions with the powerful messages their lyrics contain.

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Scott Blackwell knows very well how much he looks like Tom Petty. If he had a nickel for every time someone pointed it out, he could probably afford a couple of guitars from Petty's private collection. 

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When two legendary "piano men" such as Sir Elton John and Billy Joel combine forces to appear on the same stage, it stands to reason the night will be an explosion of music unlike any other.   

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“Roy loves being the center of attention and will do any kind of silly thing to make the other children laugh. He is so capable — I hope this silliness does not continue. It would interfere with his progress in the first grade. I hope Roy has matured enough this year to control his behavior.…

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Lee Brice has never forgotten who he is, where he comes from or what he stands for. After all these years, he's still crazy in love with his wife, Sara, and hanging with his three kids. He believes in God, country and fishing — in that order. But he really loves playing and writing country m…

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Grown men playing with dolls. When you read it like that, it comes off a bit creepy. But when you attach names like Jeff Dunham and Terry Fator to the picture you’d be surprised at the number of people lining up to watch grown men playing with dolls. 

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