Cheddar-bacon fries at a restaurant whose slogan is “designed with health in mind?” Who knew?
Entertainment has returned to the Silverton, but don’t get too used to where you find it.
This week readers have good news and bad news for Pat Caspary.
It’s starting to feel like losing a friend. A friend who shot a fellow cop in the face, tortured and killed suspects, put seized drugs back on the streets he patrolled and started a bloody war between a Mexican cartel and the Armenian mob just to help cover his tracks, but a friend nonetheless.
Occupying a little bluff outside Overton, the Lost City Museum, Pueblo Grande de Nevada, interprets thousands of years of cultural heritage along the Muddy River in northeastern Clark County. Inside, the facility protects a treasury of artifacts spanning 10,000 years of human activity in the river valley. Outside, it re-creates the kind of multi-unit village developed by farmers of prehistory populating areas with water resources in the desert Southwest.
If Donn Arden were alive he’d love this idea, love what we’re planning,” says Jerry Mitchell.
Bruce McCulloch says that whenever he tries to run with the prime-time TV herd, he can “get kind of beat down by explaining what is funny.”
Going to see a hypnotist is a lot like buying a ticket for a football game. You know the rules, but not the outcome.
There are new restaurants in Italy, of course; logic alone would dictate that. But when I think of Italy and the restaurants I’ve dined in there, the biggest obvious difference between them and Gina’s Bistro is that they were all old, faded and decrepit — in a beloved, nostalgic sense, make no mistake — and Gina’s is colorful and shiny-new.