Entertainer Curt Lechner, dressed as Elvis, serenades Golden Living Center residents and visitors on Sunday during a special Mother's Day performance at the retirement community in Portage.
Entertainer Curt Lechner, dressed as Elvis, performs for Golden Living Center residents and visitors Sunday during a special Mother's Day celebration at the retirement community in Portage.
A new exhibit at Graceland showcases Elvis Presley's strong connection to Las Vegas, where he performed and vacationed.
LANSING | The Lansing American Legion Post 697 will host Irv Cass and Jesse Aron for a Feb. 16 performance at the American Legion Hall, 18255 Grant St., Lansing.
PORTAGE | Elvis returned to Portage on Sunday to pay tribute to the late Leo Hatch Sr., a longtime business and civic leader in the city.
Elvis leads Memphis Music Hall of Fame inductees
Stacey Gray of Auburn, Ill., takes a photo of her friend Linda Ippolito with a cardboard cutout of Elvis at the 2011 Elvis Fantasy Fest in Portage.
40th anniversary of Elvis concert to be remembered
A new exhibit chronicling Elvis Presley's influence on pop music performers has opened at Graceland in Memphis.
Dennis Stella has long been fascinated with the music and charisma of the King of Rock and Roll.
Annette Parzygnat, of Chicago, looks through T-shirts on Friday at The Elvis FANtasy Fest in Portage.
Stacey Gray, of Auburn, Ill., takes a photo Friday of her friend, Linda Ippolito, with a cardboard cutout of Elvis at The Elvis FANtasy Fest in Portage.
Highland resident Bob Drobac gives a scarf to Kim Kaszak, of Hammond, as P.J. and Dawn Dinelli, also of Hammond, look on Friday at The Elvis FANtasy Fest in Portage.
It's been seven years since Travis James entertained in the region.
Fans visit Graceland to remember Elvis' death
Parkview Elementary School fifth-grader Codie Dollins, center, helps sing during a skit Friday to excite students for the upcoming ISTEP exams.
Parkview Elementary School teacher Paula Heuring performs a skit Friday as the ISTEP lady while exciting students for the ISTEP tests.
Parkview Elementary Schools students wave their arms Friday while teacher Justin Schafer acts as Elvis to get students excited for the ISTEP tests.
Parkview Elementary School teacher Justin Schafer acts as Elvis during a skit Friday in the school auditorium to get students excited for the ISTEP tests.
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