When the 2023 inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were announced last week, one newer resident of Boulder City had more of an emotional stake in the outcome than most.
Filming movies, television shows or commercials in Las Vegas is very common. But over the years, Boulder City has seen its fair share of moments on the both the big and small screen as well as the pages of many magazines.
Sharing the foods and flavors of his native Spain has long been a dream of Eligio Gomez Morais.
Horticulture expert and UNLV professor emeritus Bob Morris gives tips on starting a citrus tree, protecting plants from frost, and more.
1 READY TO ROCK: The Rock, Roll & Stroll fundraiser for the Senior Center of Boulder City’s Meals on Wheels program will be presented from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in Bicentennial Park, 999 Colorado St. The fifth annual event will include a car show, games, food and music by DJ Mike Pacini. For more information, call 702-293-3320.
Boulder City High School alumni Zac Haley and his band, Bazooka Zoo, have created a new, groovy genre of music they refer to as “space rock.”
Part educational workshop and part cultural experience, the inaugural Out Damned Spot Shakespeare Festival is debuting in Boulder City.
The work of Boulder City Native American master flute artist and performer Tim Blueflint will be exhibited in “Toubat: A Canvas of Wind and Wood” presented by the Nevada Humanities Program Gallery, 1017 S. First St., No. 190, Las Vegas, in the Art Square Garden Courtyard.
Same Sex Mary performs at The Dillinger’s third annual Block Party on Arizona Street Saturday afternoon. Those who attended the outdoor party ate food, some drank beer, but everybody listened to live music as triple-digit temperatures made their way to Boulder City for the first time this year.
A flag twirler, a ukulele player, a flautist, a pair of piano playing brothers and a couple of friends singing a song from a Disney classic were only a handful of the acts to take the stage at the fifth annual BC’s Got Talent on Saturday night.
As an entertainer from Chicago who made his way to Las Vegas after he lost his home in a wind storm in 2007, Andy Martello never imagined he’d write a book about a gambling pioneer in Southern Nevada.
Dressed in all black with long, auburn curls, Aya Fontaine sat deathly still on a blue suede chair as artists did their best to sketch her pose.
Boulder City’s most talented residents will showcase their abilities Saturday night during the fifth annual BC’s Got Talent show.
Photos by Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review
Lords and ladies are taking over Boulder City as the ninth annual Renaissance Faire makes its way to Veterans’ Memorial Park Friday through Sunday.
Ron Eland/Boulder City Review
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