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An election that was shaping up as a philosophical race of the old guard versus new blood has become less than a nailbiter for the Las Vegas Musicians Union.
All roads lead to Vegas.
The Voice was always more than the voice.
Broadway and Las Vegas share a lot of talent. But to call it a two-way street is still dangerous.
Since opening its doors in 2012, The Smith Center has welcomed the community to experience all that they have to offer from Broadway plays and weddings, to special events, educational programs and everything in between.
"Elf the Musical" is based on the 2003 movie hit, which stars Will Ferrell as the endlessly goofy Buddy the Elf, who 1) discovers that he's not really an elf and 2) leaves the North Pole to search for his real father in New York City.
Between the ages of eight and 14, Clarice Tara lived under an umbrella of mental abuse from her mother's boyfriend. At 14, she left to live with her father, whose abuse of drugs drove Clarice to forms of self-abuse herself.
Before the end of next year, there'll be a sculpture in downtown Las Vegas — on a traffic island at Main and Commerce streets.
LVCDT dancers will perform "Night Creatures" — featuring music by late jazz great Duke Ellington — Nov. 13 at The Smith Center's Reynolds Hall.
They may be behind bars, but their artwork isn't.
Turnabout is fair play — especially when the play's a musical.
Newcomers from Liza Minnelli to the Beach Boys join such returnees as Chick Corea and Bela Fleck, Engelbert Humperdinck, the Tenors and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in 2016.
Check your wallet — and then check your schedule.
"Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Musical" invades the Orleans Arena Dec. 2.
Two flamboyant, gone-but-not-forgotten entertainers with Vegas connections inspire a holiday-season fundraiser for the Las Vegas Philharmonic.
Few Southern Nevadans are as avid fans of the words-and-pictures medium as Pj Perez, who appreciates comic books as a fan, as a comic book writer and illustrator, and as a publisher of comic books and graphic novels through Pop! Goes the Icon, his own publishing house.
As rapid as a new Las Vegas landmark is constructed, another one is demolished. Memories of those attractions continue to shine bright at the Neon Boneyard Museum.
Smiling animals, from camels to unicorns to frolicking flamingos and prancing carousel horses. Rainbows and stars and polka-dot clouds. Thanks to artist Sush Machida, they're now at home at Child Haven.
Prince Spencer, who tap-danced his way across color barriers as a member of the Four Step Brothers, died Thursday, weeks after celebrating his 98th birthday Oct. 3.
"Ragtime: The Musical," which kicks off its national tour at The Smith Center's Reynolds Hall through Sunday.
Las Vegas-based artist Angel Delgado's artworks — currently on display at UNLV's Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery — show the scars of the six months he spent in jail in his native Cuba following a performance piece the authorities didn't like.
Last month, U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera gave a reading at Nevada State College. Starting next week, those who missed the presentation will be able to catch it on Clark County TV throughout November.
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