When it first started in 1999, Coachella was a couple of stages and a dance tent. Tickets were $65. A few dusty stands sold hot dogs and Cokes. It was the end of grunge and the start of a new millennium, and it was all about the music. All for one weekend.
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A New Jersey professor claims he was suspended over an online photo containing a quote from “Game of Thrones” that he says a school official perceived as a threat.
When the Musicmakers take the stage in May, audience members may notice a reinvigorated group. Not only is the choral gaining members, it’s benefiting from the guidance of new director Megan Schnizlein.
It’s tempting to say that Pizza Rock isn’t your grandmother’s pizzeria — except it probably is. That’s because the pies here are crafted in an Old-World style using brick ovens, worthy of the approval of any Italian grandmother.
Walking into the Montana Meat Co. is like walking into an homage to the great outdoors and the American hunting tradition. The menu, decorated with full-color photos of eagles, buffalo and Grizzly bears, features — surprise, surprise — plenty of meat.
The Sierra Gold location on South Jones Boulevard at the 215 Beltway is billed as an ultra-tavern. In addition to the wide assortment of food and alcohol available in an upscale but cozy setting, it features a 12-seat private conference room and a 200-seat banquet room with plasma screen TVs and state-of-the-art audio-visual connectivity.
From barbecue to jazz, everything’s smokin’ hot during Saturday’s inaugural Smokin’ Notes festival at Providence’s Knickerbocker Park in northwest Las Vegas.
When the Contemporary Arts Center announced its 25th Annual Juried Show, the nonprofit group also announced something else: its demise. But, to paraphrase something Mark Twain once wrote, reports of CAC’s demise have been exaggerated.
Expect an abundance of killer hot rods and hairdos nearly as big as said rides with the return of the Viva Las Vegas rockabilly weekender, one of the biggest events of its kind in the world.
Electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk perform in 3-D at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on June 28. Tickets start at $50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com and Ticketmaster outlets.
Young, naive love grows up on “Cerulean Salt,” the second album from one-woman-band Waxahatchee, and just as a kid’s bones ache in the midst of a growth spurt, so does Katie Crutchfield’s heart.
Get your hair slicked back for some rockabilly done right with Danny B. Harvey & the French Connection at 10 p.m. Saturday at the Double Down Saloon