Gypsy Time Traveler Christy Horne is taking center stage at the Amargosa Opera House every weekend in November, regaling audiences with a sword-swinging, hoop-slinging evening of good old-fashioned entertainment.
What is a Dutch Baby Pancake? Dutch baby is a light, eggy pancake with delicious buttery-crusty edges that’s usually baked in the oven in a cast-iron skillet. It’s also called German Pancake, Bismarck, or Dutch Puff, but this is actually an American invention. Like a popover or Yorkshire pudding, it’s made with a simple batter and they’re great any time of the day, breakfast, brunch, lunch, or as a dessert.
If you’re looking for a cool Halloween treat, here’s a wickedly delicious idea. Take deviled eggs and dress them up for Halloween. Ours is going to be dressed as Monster Eggs. After the candy and sweets your guests will appreciate some real food, and this fits the bill.
The Pahrump Senior Center is holding its annual Monster Mash party at its 1370 W. Basin Ave. location from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., on Saturday.
Teatro El Grande returns to Tecopa this weekend with a celebration of Halloween in “Flames of Our Ancestors,” an all-new show debuting Friday, Oct. 26.
The 2018 edition of Beatty Days kicks off at noon on Friday, Oct. 26 and continues through Sunday, October 28. Other than the parade, events are held in Cottonwood Park.
Marta Becket’s Amargosa Opera House is opening the fall season with a one-weekend combination featuring two of the attributes it’s best known for—classical musical theater and the paranormal.
Well, maybe there’s a little trick to this caramel corn. We’re going to sneak in the perfect amount of pumpkin pie spice and salt to make an autumn snack that’s crunchy, sweet, salty and ridiculously addictive.