Category: Travel & Tourism

Skillet Casting its Culinary Magic

From the Skillet website: Sometime in 2012, Isaac Sandoval was challenged to design and build the world’s largest cast iron skillet. The skillet itself didn’t break any world records but people loved the unique menus and crowd-pleasers cooked in the giant skillet. Thus, began… Continue Reading “Skillet Casting its Culinary Magic”

What makes Las Vegas special?

I’ve been giving this a lot of thought, especially since I have accepted an assignment to write an article about that very thing. Face it, if you live here you are in one of two camps: There’s nothing special about Las Vegas! There’s everything… Continue Reading “What makes Las Vegas special?”

Getting fired up for E. Romero

A Partners in Preservation project What if one act performed once a day for 30 days by you could result in bringing preservation dollars to Las Vegas? Would you do it? If the answer is YES, mark your calendar and get ready to log… Continue Reading “Getting fired up for E. Romero”

Q&A With Tour Guide Kathy Hendrickson

At the Castaneda

More than a tour; it’s an experience If you are looking for someone to lead a tour of Las Vegas, N.M., you couldn’t find a better person for the job than Kathy Hendrickson of Southwest Detours. Her enthusiasm combined with copious amounts of research… Continue Reading “Q&A With Tour Guide Kathy Hendrickson”

Q&A: Ronald Maltais, artistic director of the Castañeda Concert Series

and Emmy Grimm, co-founder of EmiArteFlamenco The Feb. 18 EmiArteFlamenco event will feature singers Eva Encinias and Joaquin Encinias, guitarists icardo Anglada and Mario Febres, and dancers Elena Osuna, Nevarez Encinias and La Emi. The group will also offer two free Flamenco workshops in the… Continue Reading “Q&A: Ronald Maltais, artistic director of the Castañeda Concert Series”

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