Valley residents are set to receive a taste of the island life while living in the desert.
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Four Shakespearean classics, two hit musicals, an American stage favorite about justice and a regional premiere of a new play are all scheduled as part of the 2013 season at the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
Reggae in the Desert, one of the most successful music festivals in Southern Nevada, spotlights internationally known acts. The two-day music festival, in its 12th year, will take place from noon until 11 p.m. June 15-16 at the Clark County Amphitheater, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway.
Whether you like crawfish or barbecue — kind of disparate choices, but both much beloved of foodies — you can indulge your palate in Southern Nevada this weekend.
Never underestimate the pull of cowboy culture.
Henderson Libraries is planning to bring a taste of the Hawaiian and the Pacific Island culture to the community with the Asian Pacific Dreams Festival on May 25.
More than 70 food booths to gorge from and 80 carnival rides to make you queasy?
To Westerners, the vibrant Holi festival at Mountain Crest Park on April 28 may have looked more like the chromatic fun-runs that have become popular in Las Vegas than the image conjured of a religious festival. However, Indian celebrants have partaken in the colorful Hindu celebration for centuries.
Mainlanders, you’re mispronouncing “ukulele.”
Ice-cold Yodaritas and a Slave Leia costume contest?
On 29 days each month, Joey Vanas is a popular guy in downtown Las Vegas.
We’re all familiar with Mother’s Day. Father’s Day, too. We mark our calendars for the holidays, remind ourselves to get gifts, and always make the phone calls.
Aye, there be pirates at Lorenzi Park this weekend, and what they’re doing there is quite the story to tell.
More than 130 artists will be on hand for this weekend’s 28th annual Fine Arts Festival at Bicentennial Park, 999 Colorado St., in Boulder City.
Officially, the theme of this year’s UNLVino is “Fall in Love Again.” But it could just as soon be “More.”
There’s a certain badge of fanship honor that comes with being able to say you saw a famous entertainer perform before that entertainer became famous . If you’d like to add that badge of honor to your plethora of others, you might consider moseying on over to the Clark County Fair & Rodeo today through Sunday at the County Fairgrounds in Logandale.
They’re a crafty bunch. And they’re returning to Cashman Center, 850 Las Vegas Blvd. North, this weekend for The Craft Festival.
The third annual Cactus Show and Art Fair at Moon-Sun Cactus & Koi Gardens, 6430 McGill Ave., is set to bring artists and gardeners together to share their interests with the public April 20 and 21.
In Betty Beason’s world, “neighbor” is a verb, something you do with people who live in the same small town as you.
As a three-time veteran participant of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District’s Spring Fling Book Fair, author Dennis Griffin doesn’t expect to sell many books at Saturday’s fifth annual event. That’s not the reason he’ll be there.
There’s this little Renaissance faire that happens in Boulder City every year. It’s called, well, the Boulder City Renaissance Faire. You’ll find people dressed like lords and ladies, devouring turkey legs and speaking like they have no idea of this contraption you call the Internet.
Since his arrival at the Basic townsite in 1952 — just months before its incorporation as a city — Joe Hill recalled attending the annual parade at various points of his life.
If you’ve ever wanted to see how glass is sculpted into art, check out the Glass Craft and Bead Expo at South Point.