Hotels up and down the Las Vegas Strip throw Fourth of July bashes each year, but the city doesn’t rank high for July 4th celebrations — even Henderson ranks higher than Las Vegas.
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Already, several hours before showtime, the primal power of a killer voice set against a few well-chosen chords reveals itself outside the doors of Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel.
When Dan Coletti designed Barbara Adcock’s more than 7,000-square-foot home 13 years ago in Anthem Country Club, the Sun West Custom Homes designer incorporated pocket doors to bring the outdoors in, which was almost unheard of back then.
Robin Leach, pioneering entertainment journalist and part of the Las Vegas social fabric since 1999, is joining the Las Vegas Review-Journal to expand its Niche division, publisher Craig Moon announced.
Allegiant Air has served Las Vegas and resort cities in Florida for a long time. But by fall, the Las Vegas-based deep-discount air carrier will link them for the first time, inaugurating service between McCarran International Airport and Destin, Florida.
With Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport seeing almost 46 million visitors each year, TSA agents are bound to regularly come across prohibited items stowed away inside travelers’ carry-on bags.
Drone-training programs are popping up all over the country, including Nevada, at a pace that reflects the rapid growth of the drone industry.
Eight years ago, Beli Andaluz uprooted her life in Antigua, Guatemala, and “gambled everything I had” on Las Vegas.
Chalk it up to an easy furniture makeover. The chalk-based paint craze has officially painted the town red, and country gray, and English yellow, and Greek blue.
The last time I’d seen the Grand Canyon’s North Rim was as a 10-year-old. Decades later, looking out over the canyon below, nothing had changed.
Here are events and activities planned throughout the Southwest in July.
Longtime Las Vegans may have driven down east Russell Road between Sandhill Road and Annie Oakley Drive and wondered about the vast equestrian estate behind gates bearing the initial stamp TJF, which stands for Thomas A. Ford, a prominent local businessman who built the main house on the property in 1997.
As the leader of the Arab Music Ensemble, Dr. Bishr Hijazi hopes to reverse misconceptions about Middle Eastern Culture and connect people across the world through the trio’s alluring, curious music.
Jack LeVine’s so enamored of the cement creations, in fact, that he’s gathered samples of dozens of patterns — 34 at last count — in his backyard historic preservation project. They were rescued from rubble piles and the backyards of foreclosed homes
The female black bear known as L-13 lived her entire life within a wooded 1-square-milearea, a small swath of territory inherited.
Club bills itself as Las Vegas’ “hackerspace,” a place where enthusiasts of computers and electronics, certainly, but other activities ranging from woodworking to crocheting gather to pursue their passions, collaborate with and mentor one another, and share their passions with newcomers.
This week, temperatures are projected to reach 117 degrees. Most landscape plants can handle these temperatures, so don’t panic.
Staying clean is a necessity and a luxury in our modern life. As new cleaning products flood the market and capture our attention with clever marketing and earthy packaging, it is difficult to know what to choose. What is best for us and our home, planet Earth?
Dear Gail: I just started back to work and it has become overwhelming for me to keep things picked up, especially in our family room. Do you have any tips on ways to reduce or at least control everyday clutter? — Ann Marie
Beautiful wild gardens greet high-country visitors throughout the West during the brief season between snowmelt and snowfall.
First Friday is returning to its roots as an arts festival, with the theme being Summer Artwalk: 1st Friday in the Arts District.
Rabbi Yocheved Mintz has been the spiritual leader for 11 years and she now will become the rabbi emerita or senior educator, and she will be involved with the congregation as much as her successor needs her. “It’s not retirement, it’s rewirement,” she said.
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