When most people think of the music scene here in Las Vegas, they think of big name acts on the strip…but what a lot of people don’t know is about the local music scene happening at some of the local bars and clubs. We recently spent the afternoon at Las Vegas Country Saloon to find out a little bit more about our local music scene.
You may have seen them on America’s Got Talent or winning Season 1 of America’s Best Dance Crew on MTV. The Jabbawockeez are a hip-hop dance crew bringing their 90 minute show, MUS.I.C (Muse I See), to the Monte Carlo Theater 5 nights a week. They have also started workshops at UNLV to give dancers a look into their Jabbawockee world. And now, here's a special performance from the Jabbawockeez just for Cool in Vegas.
Have you ever wondered what the dressing rooms are like for the Las Vegas headliners? Well, Terry Fator was nice enough to take our cameras backstage when we spent the day with him.
Julie Hession, founder of Julie Anne’s All-Natural Granola, won Food Network’s Ultimate Recipe Showdown, and is one of the healthiest cooks in America. Best of all, you can find this homemade trate in Whole Foods Markets around the Valley, and we think that’s pretty cool.
Dinosaurs & Roses brings a unique and fresh feel to your thrift store shopping experience. They say that every item, no matter how small, will make a BIG difference. The best part is, proceeds go to support many of the Las Vegas community charities.
There’s a small group of folks making a BIG impact in the Las Vegas community… one smile at a time. The volunteers of Toys for Smiles spend their days making toy cars and trucks out of donated scrap wood to distribute to kids in need all across the valley. And with a brand new wood shop, Toys for Smiles…which very much resembles Santa’s workshop…has big plans for the future…