A lot of people are hoping Cirque du Soleil’s “Viva Elvis” will be good for a lot of reasons.
Our fair city hasn’t had an easy time of it lately.
China Ranch, a family date farm in a secluded oasis near Death Valley National Park, offers visitors a variety of attractions and unique experiences. The farm produces dates from several varieties of palms, as well as delicious date shakes, date bread and other baked goods showcased at a gift shop and snack bar.
Even in a city filled with upscale nightclubs, it’s nice sometimes to just pull on a pair of jeans and kick back.
The “V” does stand for variety. In a given day at the V Theater, you can throw it down at an Italian-American wedding or relive the Beatles and Motown.
OPENING THIS WEEK
The Palms kicks off February with multiple promotions. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays next month are part of the “$420,000 Be My Valentine Play, Earn and Win.”
A picture of Charo smiles down from one little corner of the V Theater, a reminder that once upon a time, somebody thought she could have this whole place to herself.
He thought he’d be writing books for a living, not riffs. Then he got sick.