Sarvi Hosseini’s jewelry and Marcus Thesing’s sculptural blown glass are well known in the art community where they live in Laguna Beach, California.
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Write down your wishes, light a lantern and watch as your dreams rise. That’s what crowds of thousands of people did Friday on the first day of the third annual RiSE Lantern Festival at the Moapa Valley River Indian Reservation, about 40 miles north of Las Vegas.
The RiSE Festival returns to the Moapa River Reservation about 30 miles northeast of Las Vegas, expanding to two nights, Friday and Saturday, with an estimated 10,000 attendees expected each night.
Art in the Park in Boulder City has become a must-attend event far beyond Nevada.
Las Vegas city streets will turn into a blowout celebration of music, arts and food for a three-day stretch starting Friday, but the scene Life is Beautiful revelers will see is in stark contrast to the lives of those who dwell on the city’s streets.
The 44th Annual Greek Food Festival, hosted by St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in Las Vegas, served up baklava, spanakopita and more authentic Greek cuisine during its three-day run, which ended Sunday.
The park, named in recognition of Paiute ancestors, includes a multi-use field, turf volleyball field, a tot lot and basketball courts, is located at 9347 Cimarron Road, south of Blue Diamond Road.
Those who made the 12-mile trip outside Las Vegas to Spring Mountain Ranch State Park on Saturday also took a step about 140 years into the past.
After a calm, clear day, the night’s wind and thick dust turned Black Rock City into an otherworldly post-apocalyptic scenescape in Northern Nevada.
At his camp, called “The Outback,” at the outer edge of Black Rock City, Michael Mikel cradles his plastic yellow mug on an overcast morning at this year’s festival and reflected on how it all began.
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