Take a minute to let that question sink in. Parents, we better all step up and make sure that our kids don’t disregard the talent and influence of legendary American singers, musicians, and songwriters. Do you think your kids are ready for an introduction to the music that shook the world and continues to influence our American way of life?
Then on June 20th the Magnolia House Storytelling Festival at Bulloch Hall gets under way as one of the more family favorite summer festivals in Roswell. Again it’s free and is always fun for all ages.
The Imperial Palace is located in the center of the strip and often times has some of the cheapest room rates you can find in Las Vegas. On week nights, you can often get room rates as low as $21 per night which is quite a bit less than the other properties nearby. The Imperial Palace is within walking distance to many of the best attractions at most of the strip casinos, such as the fountains at the Bellagio and the Pirate show at Treasure Island. The hotel also features a full service spa and salon for guests to relax.
It was a singer/songwriter’s dream: unplugged, intimate and authentic. Like an episode of VH1 Storytellers. The perfect venue to share my art with the world.
Will this trend continue? Are holographic performances from deceased artists the next big thing in entertainment? I mean, Beatles 80’s party band are one thing — this new development takes it to an entirely new level. For example, I love me some Frank Sinatra. And Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopez. And Patrick Swayze, for heaven’s sake! But watching them live…? Except, minus the live part…? I feel slightly uncomfortable just thinking about it.
Other winners include City BBQ for their Gumbo for Best Soup, Claddagh Irish Pub for their Jameson Burger for Best Entree as well as Taz Restaurant, Best Vegetarian Entree, for their Falafel Sandwich. These are just a few of the samplings that you can enjoy over the holiday weekend.
Rock artists Days of the New will perform with special guests Social Ghosts, A(k)new, Orange Hour, Sobriety, and Manu at Bourbon Street Nightclub. The show starts at 9:00 PM. Tickets are $12 in advance, and $15 at the door.