This is a perfect special occasion recipe for kids or kids at heart. It’s a fun birthday treat or decadent dessert. Also, this is the secret for making peanut butter and jelly a dish fit for company.
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Dozens of school-aged children gathered at Pahrump Valley High School on Monday in the hopes of embarking on an adventure by trying out for a role in the well-known play “King Arthur’s Quest.”
Can a bag of frozen hamburger make you happy, healthy and rich?
Editor’s note: This story column is part of Gary Bennett’s series of stories on travel, called “Inside 5.” He is using Pahrump as the middle on a map, drawing a circle around the town and extending out no more than a five-hour drive.
So, how are those resolutions going?
As we get ready to welcome 2018, we hope that the New Year brings us health, wealth and oodles of good luck.
Have you ever had this stuff? It goes by lots of names.
So, this is what happens if you put peppermint candies in the oven: they melt together, take on whatever shape you want and look like they’re made of glossy ceramic.
It was a very busy weekend for members of Pahrump’s Nevada Silver Tappers.
Several years after closing down, the Kingdom Gentleman’s Club, with its bevy of young women swaying to the beat of suggestive tunes, is now part of the town’s history.
On a sunny Friday afternoon in Death Valley Junction, dancer Hilda Vazquez sits in the warm light streaming through the windows of the Amargosa Café.
The Pahrump Arts Council recently presented the High Desert Chorale Christmas Concert.
How does this sound? Curling up by the fireplace with Christmas music playing, drinking a warm cup of cocoa or creamy chai tea. Who wouldn’t want that? Which is exactly why these two recipes make such great gifts for the holidays.
Many families I know are cutting back on holiday spending this year.
Las Vegas writer Megan Edwards gives a nod to Pahrump in her newest mystery, “Full Service Blonde,” launched recently at the Writer’s Block bookstore in Las Vegas.
Happy day after Thanksgiving! Want to know who I feel sorry for? That lonely bowl of cranberry sauce in the back of the fridge. That’s who. Yesterday was the moment the cranberry waits for all year long. Her moment to shine. The belle of the bowl. The saucy side dish siren. The debutante of the bog. (Cue the sad violin music.) And now it’s over.
More than a dozen local “celebrities” generated upward of $14,000 for a local non-profit agency, as the annual Nye County Celebrity Auction got underway on Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Pahrump Nugget.
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