Las Vegas is alive this week with Chinese New Year celebrations.
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After several months off to regroup, First Friday is back in downtown Las Vegas. Vendors and galleries opened in the downtown Arts District, and people watched as artists worked on murals and live performances filled the night with music.
Looking for somewhere to celebrate the Year of the Monkey? You don't have to book a trip to Asia — Las Vegas is full of plenty of offerings, from Chinatown to The Linq.
It's been a long winter, but First Friday is finally coming out of hibernation.
Boom, smack, kapow — the 14th annual Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival is set for 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road.
The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. Nov. 6 at venues throughout the 18b Las Vegas Arts District in downtown Las Vegas, near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Main Street.
Pilots are set to deliver the ultimate get-well balloons to patients, visitors and the surrounding community at Southern Hills Hospital when the fifth annual Balloon Festival launches Oct. 23-25.
Thousands of lighted paper lanterns soared into the night sky at the Rise Lantern Festival at the Moapa River Indian Reservation on Saturday.
Dozens of families in the St. Sharbel Maronite Catholic Church congregation have been busy in the kitchen cooking traditional Middle Eastern food and desserts in preparation of the church's eighth annual Lebanese American Festival.
The third installment of Life Is Beautiful was indeed pretty beautiful. The festival footprint was rather-friendly stages in close enough proximity that it didn't feel like you were hiking a country mile to make it to see each act, which were all scheduled, by the way, in a manner that didn't present much conflict.
With the temperature hitting 101 degrees in the Las Vegas Valley on Sunday, the third day of the Life is Beautiful music festival showed no signs of cooling off. For more coverage, including stories and photos, go to reviewjournal.com/music.
If you can’t find a fireworks show this Fourth of July weekend, you’re just not trying. It seems everyone is having one, from Boulder City and Pahrump to Caesars Palace and Mandalay Bay. And those are not the only festivities planned for Independence Day.
The Electric Daisy Carnival bounces into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend. Before the sun goes down and the lights go up, here’s a look back at some of the best photos from last year’s EDC Las Vegas.
Pasquale Rotella, founder of electronic music and dance event promoter Insomniac and creator of Electric Daisy Carnival, the music and dance festival in its fifth year at Las Vegas Motor Speedway later this week, is a new partner of the Life Is Beautiful music and art festival.
Amid the lights, music and moving masses, a network of medical professionals will be caring for any of the hundreds of thousands of fans needing assistance at the Electric Daisy Carnival.
With headliners like Kelly Clarkson, Chris Brown, Nick Jonas, Nicki Minaj and David Guetta, the iHeart Radio Summer Pool Party had plenty to offer fans at Caesars Palace on Saturday night.
The third annual Rideshop Skate Series along Sixth Street in downtown Las Vegas brought out skaters of all levels on Friday. A skate competition and live music were also part of the event sponsored by Zappos.com.
In addition to local, regional, domestic and international brewers, the event will feature music by John Earl’s Boogieman Band, The Diane Kallay Band and The Homemade Jamz Blues Band.
Two days before she ruled over the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand, Taylor Swift kicked off the American leg of her 1989 World Tour on Friday at Rock in Rio USA, along with one of her favorite collaborators, Ed Sheeran.
Cowboys, horses, bands, floats and entertainment filled the streets of downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning for the annual Helldorado Parade.
It’s time to cowboy up and get in touch with Las Vegas’ Wild West roots. Helldorado Days, featuring a parade, a rodeo, a carnival and the whiskerino contest, gets rolling Thursday night and lasts through Sunday.
Volunteer Robert Evans hustles down the train tracks on a mission: transform one of Las Vegas’ most popular winter attractions into a springtime Oz in time to celebrate Opportunity Village’s 60th anniversary.
The Las Vegas Helldorado Days Celebration and Rodeo is one of the few places in town where Kevin Riordan’s Old Westian five-foot-long beard seems right at home.
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