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Hundreds of doodles to decorate walls of Comma Coffee in Carson City

When Kaleb Temple doodles, he creates sketches of imaginary or well-known faces and incorporates a short quip — ranging from profound to goofy and everything in between. He hopes his drawings can draw happiness and laughter from those who view it, and if not amusement then introspective reflection.

Hundreds of Temple's doodles will be displayed at Comma Coffee, the coffee shop at 312 S. Carson St., in March. The artist will be on hand to officially open the exhibit and share appetizers with anyone who wants to meet him from 5 to 7 p.m. March 7.

Temple, a University of Nevada, Reno graduate, specializes in illustration with an emphasis on portrait doodles and filmmaking. He has more than 15,000 doodles posted to his social media accounts, which are linked at his website, http://www.kalebtemple.com.

According to his website, Temple has been doodling since he can remember. Most of his creations come out of his imagination with help from his memory and eyesight. Each drawing takes as little as 3-5 minutes, but others, such as actual people, celebrities, and characters from pop culture, typically take about 15-20 minutes when referring to reference images.

His doodles are a reflection of the many facets of humanity and are geared for anyone who enjoys observing the idiosyncrasies therein.

"Do you enjoy a good laugh? Do you enjoy getting clues, and then drawing conclusions about issues of life? What about when you walk through a crowd and hear bits and pieces of conversations, do you wonder what the rest of the story is behind those words? Are you a people watcher? Yes? Well, then you're a great candidate for enjoying Doodles," said a press release for the exhibit.

The art show, like other monthly displays hosted by the eatery, will be in the venue's Backseat Gallery.

Some of Temple's doodles will be available for purchase at the opening reception.

Gospel collective coming to Carson Valley

A gospel collective from Los Angeles is visiting the area with the aim of delivering a universal, uplifting, and unifying message to an audience at the CVIC Hall in Minden.

Little Faith will perform its inspirational Gospel music at 7 p.m. March 9 courtesy of the Carson Valley Arts Council.

Members of the group have played with an array of icons of classic and contemporary music. They come from disparate beliefs systems, but they all agree on the magnetism of the gospel idiom.

The group was conceived in 2010 by Jack Maeby, a veteran keyboardist who spent decades playing with artists including Etta James, The Chambers Brothers, Solomon Burke and Darlene Love.

The voice of Little Faith is Nadia Christine Duggin, who has performed with Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus, Hilary Duff, Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle, Avril Lavigne, Taylor Hicks and the L.A. band West Indian Girl.

Rounding out the group is vocalist and guitarist Ray Wolffe, vocalist John Michael Knowles; drummer Jesper Kristensen; and songwriter and session mainstay Craig Ferguson on guitar and pedal steel guitar.

Little Faith has garnered radio play on independent and college radio outlets across the country and in Europe, and it also reached No. 15 on the FAR Roots radio charts.

Recently, it was named to the official concert artists' roster for the L.A. County Arts Commission. Together and individually, members have performed for services with the Gospel Music Workshop of America, and at houses of worship such as Belmont Baptist Church in Watts, Agape International Spiritual Center, Christian Assembly, Hope Lutheran, St. Matthews Lutheran and First Church of Christ in Los Angeles.

Borrowing from New Testament scripture the idea "faith the size of a mustard seed can move a mountain," the band strives to include listeners from all faiths, nationalities and walks of life.

Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $24 in advance and $28 at the door. Kids under 18 are free.

For tickets, go to http://www.cvartscouncil.com, or call 775-782-8207, or buy them at the Copeland Cultural Arts Center, 1572 US Highway 395, Minden, or at the Douglas County Community Center in Gardnerville.

To find out more about Little Faith, go to http://www.littlefaithmusic.com/.

Carson City Symphony’s first concert of the year to be joined by cellist Stephen Framil

The Carson City Symphony's first performance of the year — at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Carson City Community Center — will feature guest cello soloist Stephen Framil playing Victor Herbert's Cello Concerto No. 2.

The performance, titled "Crosscurrents," will take place inside the venue's Bob Boldrick Theater, 851 E. William St., under the direction of David Bugli.

Framil is known for his musicianship, technique, and emotive power. He has performed as a soloist and conductor in Carnegie Weill and Avery-Fisher Halls in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and other famous venues throughout the world. The concert will be his fourth performance with the Carson City Symphony.

The program will include the "Karelia Suite" by Jean Sibelius, three "Slavonic Dances" by Antonín Dvorák, music from "Quadrophenia" by Pete Townshend, and "La Suerte de los Tontos" by Johnny Richards.

Pre-show entertainment in the lobby by the Nerds of Paradise — Brian Fox and Kat MacMartin, violins; Eric Stern, viola; and Evan Stern, cello — will begin at 3 p.m. A Meet-the-Soloist concert preview in the Sierra Room will begin at 3:15 p.m., and a dinner reception will follow the concert.

The preview, hosted by Bugli, will include discussions with Framil about the concert, composers, and music. The post-concert reception will be at The Union, 302 N. Carson St. For reception reservations, required in advance, call the symphony at 775-883-4154 by Friday.

Tickets for the concert are $15 for general admission; $12 for seniors, students, and Symphony Association members; and free for youth ages 18 and under. They're on sale at the Nevada Day Office, 716 N. Carson St., online at CCSymphony.com, or at the door.

While in Carson City, Framil will lead an artist-in-residence workshop and masterclass for local cellists of all ages. The event, free and open to the public, will be at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Carson High School's band room. He also will perform a recital of music by cellist-composers with local pianist Katie Lauder. The recital, billed as an evening of music, conversation, wine, and dessert, will be at a private home at 7 p.m. Friday. Call 775-883-4154 for reservations and directions.

The symphony's 2017-18 concert season and artist-in-residence activities are supported, in part, with public funding through the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

For information, go to CCSymphony.com, or call 775-883-4154. To learn more about Framil and hear recordings of his music, go to http://www.stephenframil.com.

Carson City live entertainment for Feb. 21-27

Dave Leather's acoustic Americana at noon today at Comma Coffee, 312 S. Carson St.

Ev Musselman from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Max Casino, 900 S. Carson St.

Jamie Rollins at 6 p.m. today at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

The Trippin King Snakes from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday at the Carson Cigar Company, 318 N. Carson St.

Tully Green from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Bella Fiore Wines, 224 S. Carson St., Suite 8.

Elizabeth Tully from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at Comma Coffee, 312 S. Carson St.

Justin Lee at 7 p.m. Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Cellist Stephen Framil and pianist Katie Lauder at a reception of music and dessert at 7 p.m. Friday at a private home. Tickets are $25. For information and directions, call 775-883-4154. The cellist also will perform with the Carson City Symphony at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Carson City Community Center.

Brother Dan Palmer at 7 p.m. Friday at the Washoe Camp Saloon, on Eastlake Boulevard in Washoe Valley.

Double Cross in Genoa Bar's Winter Music Series from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday. The bar is at 2282 Main St., Genoa.

Live music from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Bella Fiore Wines, 224 S. Carson St., Suite 8, and 8 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday at Max Casino, 900 S. Carson St.

Soul Persuaders at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Casino Fandango, 3800 S. Carson St.

An open mic for all ages and skill levels at 7 p.m. Friday at A to Zen, 1801 N. Carson St.

Musicole with Michael C. at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Ponderosa Saloon, 106 S. C St., Virginia City.

Live music with Terri Campillo and Craig Fletcher from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. through Saturday at Glen Eagles, 3700 N. Carson St. Campillo and Fletcher are joined by Mick Valentino Thursdays and Rocky Tatterelli on Friday and Saturday.

Live music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday at The Loft inside the Nugget, 507 N. Carson St., and guitarists from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday at the casino's Alatte Coffee and Wine Bar.

Karaoke from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Y-Not Saloon, 152 E. Long St.

Stand-up comedy by Todd Johnson at 8 p.m. Friday at the Carson Nugget, 507 N. Carson St. Tickets for $15 are at carsoncomedyclub.com or the casino's guest service center.

Karaoke by J&M Productions from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Carson Nugget's Alatte Coffee & Wine Bar, 507 N. Carson St.

Live music at noon Saturday at A to Zen, 1801 N. Carson St.

Bryan McPherson at 7 p.m. Sunday at Sassafras Eclectic Food Joint, 1500 Old Hot Springs Road.

Rock River at 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Canyon White at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Living the Good Life, 1480 N. Carson St.

Roem Baur at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Have an entertainment event? Send it to jmcmanus@nevadaappeal.com.

Cellist Stephen Framil to lead workshop, master class in Carson City

The chance to learn from a top cello soloist is being offered thanks to the Carson City Symphony Association, which is holding an artist-in-residence workshop and master class with Stephen Framil from 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 22 in the band room at Carson High School, 1111 N. Saliman Road.

The renowned cello soloist is the music director and conductor of Camerata Philadelphia and artistic director of the Port City Music Festival in North Carolina. He will be in Carson City to perform as guest soloist with the Carson City Symphony on Feb. 25. The artist-in-residence event is free and open to the public.

On his visit, Framil will work with cello students from Carson City Symphony's Symphony Youth Strings program; cello students from Carson Middle School, Eagle Valley Middle School, and Carson High School orchestras; and adult cellists in the community.

To sign up for the master class, contact Brian Fox, concertmaster of the Carson City Symphony and director of orchestras for the Carson City School District, at bfox@carson.k12.nv.us. Student musicians and the public are invited to attend as observers.

To demonstrate ensemble playing, Framil and Lou Groffman, principal cellist of the Carson City Symphony and Symphony Youth Strings instructor, will perform a duet.

Framil also will give a short presentation about Cello Concerto No. 2 in E minor by Victor Herbert, which he will perform with the Carson City Symphony at the Feb. 25 performance at the Carson City Community Center. He will play excerpts from the solo cello part of the concerto and discuss its history, style, and composer.

The artist-in-residence workshop and master class is a partnership between the Carson City Symphony Association and the Carson City School District. Funding comes from a grant from the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. All participants will be given complimentary family tickets to the concert.

For information, call the symphony at 775-883-4154.

Carson City live entertainment for Feb. 14-20

Tully Green from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Bella Vita Bistro and Catering, inside the Carson Mall at 1304 S. Stewart St.; and 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday at Bella Fiore Wines, 224 S. Carson St., Suite 8.

Dave Leather's acoustic Americana at noon today at Comma Coffee, 312 S. Carson St.

Ev Musselman from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Max Casino, 900 S. Carson St.

Denver Saunders at 6 p.m. today and Thursday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Brother Dan Palmer at 7 p.m. Friday at the Washoe Camp Saloon, on Eastlake Boulevard in Washoe Valley.

The John Dawson Band at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Spinz and Ren Thomas at 8 p.m. Friday at Buckaroos, 1435 Highway 395 N. in Gardnerville.

Genoa Bar's Winter Music Series offers free live rock, country, blues, funk, jazz or rockabilly music from 7 to 11 p.m. Fridays through April. The bar is at 2282 Main St., Genoa.

Live music from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Bella Fiore Wines, 224 S. Carson St., Suite 8, and 8 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday at Max Casino, 900 S. Carson St.

Reckless Envy at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Casino Fandango, 3800 S. Carson St.

The Trippin King Snakes from 8 to 11 p.m. Friday at Living the Good Life, 1480 N. Carson St.; and 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the second annual 3 M.C. Northern Nevada Crab Feed in Fuji Park, 601 Old Clear Creek Road. Tickets are $45 in advance; call 775-690-4018.

An open mic for all ages and skill levels at 7 p.m. Friday at A to Zen, 1801 N. Carson St.

Live music with Terri Campillo and Craig Fletcher from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. through Saturday at Glen Eagles, 3700 N. Carson St. Campillo and Fletcher are joined by Mick Valentino Thursdays and Rocky Tatterelli on Friday and Saturday.

Live music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday at The Loft inside the Nugget, 507 N. Carson St., and guitarists from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday at the casino's Alatte Coffee and Wine Bar.

Karaoke from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Y-Not Saloon, 152 E. Long St.

Stand-up comedy by Ellis Rodriguez at 8 p.m. Friday at the Carson Nugget, 507 N. Carson St. Tickets for $15 are at carsoncomedyclub.com or the casino's guest service center.

Karaoke by J&M Productions from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Carson Nugget's Alatte Coffee & Wine Bar, 507 N. Carson St.

Steve Lord at 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Canyon White at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Living the Good Life, 1480 N. Carson St.

Have an entertainment event? Send it to jmcmanus@nevadaappeal.com.

Recipe: Crunchy chicken thighs with zucchini by Charlie Abowd

I know this time of year I usually share a recipe appropriate for Valentine's Day. This year, I'm doing something different and invite all of you to look at this through the prism of expanding the meaning of this day of lovers to simply be a day of love that encompasses the children, too.

This recipe can be used as a way to bring your children or grandchildren into the kitchen and share the joyful process of cooking, and for this telling, I'd like to share what I did recently.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada's Carson City site recently began a six-month teen cooking class, the first chef being Clint Jolly, Food Network's "Chopped: Restaurant Impossible Challenge" 2016 champ. Regional chefs Mark Estee, David Stern, Tommy Linnett, Josh Deri and myself were also lucky to be included.

For my presentation, I wanted to do a healthy, kid-friendly, easy-to-prepare recipe. I knew I wanted to express my love for cooking and how important cooking and sharing is. And in my mind, I wanted to prove a point the synergy of cooking and sharing with family and friends is both fun and important; that it brings an important element which is becoming lost in today's instantaneous, media-driven society.

I set out to cook a meal and show the basics of the recipe and during the process, the kids were having fun, but were also distracted by their cell phones. There was, of course, a lot of conversation going on, most of which had nothing to do with the demonstration, and I knew going in this would occur and play into part of my plan.

We plated the recipe, and the children — about 30 strong — went about dishing their plates and sitting at their tables when, lo and behold, the miracle happened!

They were eating and talking, and in fact it was a low roar punctuated by a lot of laughter, a lot of fun.

So, unexpectedly to them, I stopped them mid-bite and said, "See what I mean? Cooking and eating is fun. You're all talking to each other (their phones were down) and that's why I'm here, to show you why it is important, why I love what I do."

It gave them an expanded view of the role food plays in bringing our friends, family, people we love, together.

Congratulations to the director, the board and everyone who contributed to this wonderful asset for Carson City's children known as Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada. I've been there for staged events, but for this I came in an hour early, unannounced and saw first-hand how the club lives, breathes and works. It's impressive.

Well done, Katie Leao, (chief professional officer), staff, board and every citizen who has contributed to this fine asset.

Thanks to In Plain Sight Marketing for coordinating what turned out to be an excellent, unforgettable adventure.

Crunchy Chicken Thighs with Zucchini

Serves 4

Ingredients:

Portions can be increased to serve more by adding two of each ingredient per serving.

2 boneless chicken thighs per person, skin on

3 tablespoons canola oil

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon fresh ground pepper

1 teaspoon California garlic powder

3 zucchini

1 cup cherry tomatoes, sliced in half

Directions:

Heat oil in a 10- to 12-inch non-stick skillet. Season the thighs using half of the seasonings. Place the chicken — skin side down — in the skillet and cook over medium heat four to five minutes, or until the skin turns crispy and slightly brown, making sure they don't stick to the skillet.

Cover with a lid and reduce heat to low and cook 15 minutes until the skin is crispy. Meanwhile, heat the oven to 250 degrees and after the 15 minutes, remove the chicken thighs to an oven-safe pan, leaving the cooking fat in the skillet.

Place the zucchini and tomatoes into the skillet and cook for four minutes. Add the remaining seasoning and gently toss while cooking another 10 minutes.

When done, arrange the mixture on a platter for family-style service, or plate individual servings, placing things on top, crispy side up.

Voila! I recommend serving this with a really tasty local IPA or a crisp sauvignon blanc. For the youngers, serve chilled sparkling cider.

Chef Charlie Abowd co-owns Café at Adele's with his wife Karen Abowd. His recipes are online at Charlie's Recipes, http://www.charlieabowd.com. At 1112 N. Carson St., Café at Adele's is open daily at 8 a.m. for breakfast. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. For information or to makes reservations, call 775-882-3353, or visit adelesrestaurantandlounge.com.

‘Elvis, Marilyn and the Space Aliens’ center of Carson City talk

On Feb. 13, the Capital City Arts Initiative will present a talk by author and long-time film reviewer, Robin Holabird. Her illustrated talk, "Elvis, Marilyn, and the Space Aliens: Nevada Screen Icons," is part of CCAI's ongoing Nevada Neighbors series and will take place at 6 p.m. at the Community Development Building, 108 E. Proctor St. There will be an informal reception for Holabird preceding the event at 5:30 p.m. The presentation and reception are free, and the public is cordially invited.

Holabird has a towering profile in the Nevada film community. She's a former deputy director of the Nevada Film Office and traveled the state extensively scouting locations for films. She worked as a Nevada Film Commissioner for more than 20 years, helping producers use state locations and resources for such projects as "Love Ranch," "C.S.I.," "Sister Act," and hundreds more. She's a regular film reviewer on KUNR 88.7 FM Reno Public Radio where her reviews have aired for more than 30 years.

Holabird is a former board member of the Association of Film Commissioners International, and a former editor of the organization's Locations magazine. She's a founder and first president of the Reno Film Festival and active in other cultural groups like Sierra Arts. When not hanging out in darkened movie theaters, Robin is an outdoor enthusiast who has run the Boston Marathon six times.

In her Nevada Neighbors talk, Holabird will explore the blending of icons and Nevada, along with her personal experiences of watching movies, talking with famous people, and showing off a diverse range of stunning and iconic locations like Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe, and Area 51. She will discuss how Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, and space aliens, like the Transformers, share a surprising connection along with James Bond, Indiana Jones, and Rocky Balboa — all beloved icons who have played active roles in movie and television projects set in Nevada.

In her new book, "Elvis, Marilyn, and Space Aliens," Holabird shows how Nevada's flash, flair, and fostering of the forbidden provided magic for singers, sexpots, and strange creatures from other worlds. She also gives readers an insider's look into movie-making in Nevada by drawing on her extensive experience as a film commissioner. Holabird will share her personal take on film history and culture in her Nevada Neighbors talk.

As part of her Nevada Neighbors activities, Holabird will give her talk to art students and faculty at area high schools and at Sierra Nevada College.

The Capital City Arts Initiative is an artist-centered organization committed to the encouragement and support of artists and the arts and culture of Carson City and the surrounding region. The initiative is committed to community planning and building for the area's diverse adult and youth populations through art projects and exhibitions, live events, arts education programs, artist residencies, and online projects.

The Capital City Arts Initiative is funded in part by the Nevada Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts, City of Carson City, Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities, U.S. Bank Foundation, and John and Grace Nauman Foundation.

For information, visit CCAI's website at arts-initiative.org.

Live Celtic music by the Valerie Rose Band planned in Carson City

The music of Ireland and Scotland is coming to Carson City when the Valerie Rose Band performs at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Brewery Arts Center.

The center's Celtic music series is hosting the acoustic band featuring fiddle virtuoso Valerie Rose and her long-time Bay Area collaborator Jason Pollack.

Hearkening back to the pioneers of the Celtic folk music revival such as Clannad and Altan, Rose's arrangements of traditional Irish tunes and songs are spiced with rich harmonies and playful interchanges between voice and instruments.

Pollack, an Irish flute player from the San Francisco area, seeks to express the unique character and energy of each tune, from lively and bright to somber and dark and many shades in between. Though classically trained, Pollack found Irish music later in life and is now completely devoted to it.

Joining the duo is singer/songwriter/guitarist Kyle Alden. He has appeared on stages throughout California, Colorado, the Pacific Northwest and Ireland. His third CD, "Songs From Yeats' Bee-Loud Glade," is a collection of 13 original folk songs inspired by poems of W. B. Yeats. It was on three "Best of 2011" lists among folk music DJs. As the 2012 grand prize winner of the Y-Tunes Song Contest for his settings of W.B. Yeats' poetry, Alden performed at the Hawks Well Theater in Sligo, Ireland, in the summer of 2013. As part of the annual Celtic-Appalachian Celebration in March 2015, he joined Mick Moloney and Athena Tergis in performing a selection of the Yeats songs at Symphony Space on Broadway in New York.

The Valerie Rose Band has played some of the largest festivals in Northern California including the KVMR Celtic Festival, Dublin (Calif.) Irish Festival, Festival of the Sea (SF) and Palo Alto Art and Wine Festival.

The performance, part of the Celtic music series at the Brewery Arts Center, will be in the center's Maizie Harris Jesse Black Box Theater.

Tickets are $12 for BAC members, $15 in advance, and $20 at the door. Buy them at BreweryArts.org, or call the box office at 775-883-1976.

Upcoming performances in the series include Alan Reid, founder and member of the Battlefield Band, on March 10 and Celia Ramsay in the Fortunate Strangers on April 14.

For information about the Valerie Rose Band performance or the series, contact Gina Hill at 775-883-1976 or gina@breweryarts.org.

Carson City live entertainment for Feb. 7-13

Paul Covarelli at 6 p.m. today at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Ev Musselman from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Max Casino, 900 S. Carson St.

Dave Leather's acoustic Americana at noon today at Comma Coffee, 312 S. Carson St.

Tully Green from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at McFadden Plaza, near Bella Fiore Wines, 224 S. Carson St.

Decoy at 7 p.m. Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Diego's Umbrella, a Gypsy rock band from San Francisco, at 7 p.m. Friday at the CVIC Hall in Minden. Tickets are $22 in advance and $26 at the door. Call 775-782-8207, or go to http://www.cvartscouncil.com.

Genoa Bar's Winter Music Series offers free live rock, country, blues, funk, jazz or rockabilly music from 7 to 11 p.m. Fridays through April. The bar is at 2282 Main St., Genoa.

Live music from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Bella Fiore Wines, 224 S. Carson St., Suite 8.

Southbound Train from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday at the Washoe Camp Saloon, on Eastlake Boulevard in Washoe Valley.

Hindsight at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Casino Fandango, 3800 S. Carson St.

The Trippin King Snakes from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday at Max Casino, 900 S. Carson St.

An open mic for all ages and skill levels at 7 p.m. Friday at A to Zen, 1801 N. Carson St.

The Starliters at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Gold Ranch Casino in Dayton.

Musicole at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Red Dog Saloon in Virginia City.

Live music with Terri Campillo and Craig Fletcher from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. through Saturday at Glen Eagles, 3700 N. Carson St. Campillo and Fletcher are joined by Mick Valentino Thursdays and Rocky Tatterelli on Friday and Saturday.

Live music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday at The Loft inside the Nugget, 507 N. Carson St., and guitarists from 9 p.m. to midnight Friday at the casino's Alatte Coffee and Wine Bar.

Karaoke from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday at the Y-Not Saloon, 152 E. Long St.

Stand-up comedy by Susan Jones at 8 p.m. Friday at the Carson Nugget, 507 N. Carson St. Tickets for $15 are at carsoncomedyclub.com or the casino's guest service center.

Karaoke by J&M Productions from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the Carson Nugget's Alatte Coffee & Wine Bar, 507 N. Carson St.

Canyon White at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Living the Good Life, 1480 N. Carson St.

Denver Saunders at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Carson Valley Inn in Minden.

Have an entertainment event? Send it to jmcmanus@nevadaappeal.com.