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A Bit of Vegas Visits New Meadows

The Adams County Record of Council, Idaho

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New Meadows-August 29, 2015 — A little bit of Las Vegas made an appearance in New Meadows as The Intersection Bar-B-Q, Bar and Grill hosted a burlesque show as part of a dinner show, featuring a half dozen dancers from Glitterati Gals Burlesque performing their S'Played Out show. The dance troupe was in New Meadows as their west coast tour was winding down.

All 90 seats to the show and dinner went faster than expected, and the show was sold-out in advance Guests at the show chose between slow-smoked prime rib and parmesan crusted salmon, which they ate while watching the ladies dance and gyrate on the stage.

The event was well received by the audience, with many audience members dressing like members of a speak-easy crowd. Fairchild was pleased that the audience seemed to enjoy the show. "We had people dancing in the aisles and out on the patio, even while it was raining!"

Shannon Fairchild, owner of The Intersection said that this dinner show was one of many events planned for the establishment located at 206 Virginia Street in downtown New Meadows.

The Portland-based band "World's Finest" performed there on September 3. New Meadows is just one of many stops that the band is making as part of their two-month tour of the Pacific Northwest, playing songs from their recentiy released album titled "Headwaters."

Fairchild added, "The Intersection is hoping to promote a variety of shows in the future so that the local populace will not have to go to Boise or even Las Vegas to see fine entertainment."

For more information on upcoming events, contact The Intersection at (208) 347-4499.

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Original Publication Date: September 9, 2015

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