1. Remember the music of 1967? Some of the best songs ever recorded will be heard once again.
2. Did you see the list of entertainers scheduled to perform (plus a surprise guest or two)? Enough said.
3. Ticket price of only $19.67 (get it?) with all proceeds going to two non-profit organizations – Nevada Association to Stop Guardian & Elder Abuse and the Las Vegas Showbiz Network.
4. Free raffle prizes courtesy of our great sponsors.
5. The concert will be at the Silverton Hotel & Casino. And unlike “other” casinos, no valet or parking charges.
By: Beverly Washburn/ Hollywood Memories
I previously written about Clayton Moore, who played the Lone Ranger. I thought this month I'd write about Jay Silverheels who was his faithful sidekick, Tonto.
The year was 1956 and I was cast in the Warner Bros. feature film "The Lone Ranger." I was quite fortunate back in the 50s, because for the most part, scripts would just be sent to me without an audition.
However, I had never worked at Warner Bros. so they didn't know me and I was asked to go out and read for the role of Lila, the little girl who gets kidnapped by the Indians and yep, you guessed it - gets saved by the Lone Ranger. I was a huge fan of The Lone Ranger and wanted so badly to get this part.
By Charlie Christy/ Executive Director Ms Senior Nevada
The Senior Nevada Pageant Family is busier than ever. With three to five shows at Assisted Living Centers each month, we are now returning to Eureka, Nevada to raise money for the Meals on Wheels program.
The trip will be August 14-16, with “show time” at 5 pm on August 15, in the Historic Opera House Theatre. This restored treasure is a joy to behold. Built in the 1800’s (before the advent of sound equipment) it is so beautifully engineered; a singer can project to the audience without any amplification.
By: Vickie Wentz/Vicki’s Voice
It’s just that I didn’t know you could inherit a dog. I mean, a necklace, a set of china, even a savings bond...but a dog?
Don’t get me wrong, she’s a really cute dog. A tiny white Maltese who was named by her first “mother” obsessed with the British royal family.
Hence, I’m now the proud - if slightly reluctant - owner of Lady Diana. The name is longer than the actual dog.
Anyway, no one was able to take Lady Di, and I do love her, and so does my dog, Gabby. But, Lady Di has a real Napoleon…or, Napoleonella…complex, and she will bark like she’s going to friggin’ take you apart, limb by limb. In reality, I don’t think she could take apart one actual limb.
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