Chili cook-off, live music, a Sunday breakfast, and a 16-hour of karaoke competition
The bar formerly hosted drink specials on “Topless Tuesdays” and “Bottomless Wednesdays” where bartenders and others were known to strip down to the bare essentials.
Crash Pahrump Nugget’s 22nd birthday party. See some live comedy at 5280 Mexican Grub. Be an artist at a painting class. More.
Photojournalist John Clausen shares these images from Friday night’s production.
Columnist Dan Simmons takes us down the lesser-known trail once traveled by French-Canadian explorers Marquette and Jolliet on a recent adventure with Wisconsin native, Gordon Ludwig.
Go see a play, teach the kids a new skill, eat, drink & shop at one stop or hear live rap at 5280’s. Faye Burdzinski has the cure for your chronic boredom.
February is American Heart Month, and with Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin’s dramatic on-field cardiac arrest and subsequent resuscitation, the awareness of first aid techniques to save lives has grown.
With 23 total events covering bull riding, barrel racing, cutting, team and tie-down roping, along with a shooting tournament, the 2023 event provided two full days of exciting entertainment as these talented athletes put their skills on display.
Entertainment columnist Faye Burdzinski shares her ‘best bets’ for what to do around Pahrump Valley.
Live bands, comedy shows, potlucks, karaoke and more
The fundraiser brought in more than $22K for the local organization dedicated to imrpoving the lives of girls and women.
It comes just days after a helicopter rescued two other hikers trapped in an icy, remote location in the park.
Here’s a look at Pahrump-area events and happenings.
Born to a family of engravers, writers, painters and actors, Laurie McCaslin admits she was “the kid who drew on the walls.” She teaches the popular Cocktail & Canvas class at the Pahrump Senior Center.
Here’s what’s going on around town.
The federal lawsuit filed this week argues that both the vaccination mandate and a requirement that unvaccinated workers be tested for COVID-19 are unconstitutional.
Pioneer Territory Court Appointed Special Advocates recently saw a big boost to its operation, with the Roaring 20s Quarter Auction fundraiser declared the “cat’s pajamas,” and bringing in a total of $11,000 to support the nonprofit.
The sounds of the islands and other beats pulsed across Ian Deutch Memorial Park during Mother’s Day weekend with several performers hitting the stage during a music festival coined “One Love.”
The Nevada Division of Tourism is pushing a travel itinerary in the state for those interested in the existence of life beyond earth’s atmosphere; life forms that may have already visited the “blue planet.”