There are few things more refreshing on a hot summer’s day than cooling down with a flavorful ice pop. But before you dash to the grocery store, consider making ice pops at home. Store bought pops are often chockablock full of sugar, artificial flavoring and dyes. How else can you get those neon colors not found in nature? While it’s fun for the kiddies to stick out their electric blue tongues, we can make better-for-you pops they will love.
Here is a look at Fourth of July activities in the region: Pahrump’s Independence Day parade is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Thursday, July 4 at the Calvada Eye, off of South Highway 160 and encircling the Nye County Board of Commissioners’ complex along Walt Williams Drive. A $5 pancake and sausage breakfast, from VFW Post 10054, is planned from 6 to 7 a.m. July Fourth at the Calvada Eye on the grass, Linda Wright, the lead organizer of the parade, said in a recent interview. She has said that organizers are looking for additional parade participants. Today, July 3, is the deadline to sign up to take part in the parade. The entry fee is $25. Wright can be reached at 775-419-7857.
The Fourth of July is less than a week away and communities all across Nye County are readying for celebrations in honor of Independence Day.
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.
It’s almost turkey time! Here’s what you need to know to make an amazing turkey for your Thanksgiving dinner.
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.
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.”