Ronnie Brust is the brains behind Illuminated Couture, where he creates light-up clothing and head pieces with painstaking attention to detail.
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Google is showing off a new smart-home speaker, a virtual-reality system called Daydream and a chat service called Allo.
The games students at Martin Middle School play don’t involve rapid hand-eye coordination, smartphones or exploding zombies. The Chess Club at the school is only in its second year, but it is already making a name for itself in the state.
On average, Las Vegas welcomes 2,200 refugees per year. To help ease the burden of resettlement, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with the help of Catholic Charities, will host a refugee drive on May 21.
They come from various places and different backgrounds. They also work for free. Summerlin Hospital relies on its volunteers — a force 250 strong — to help pick up the slack.
In 1993, Henderson resident Linda Flatt looked for a support group to help her deal with her son’s suicide — she didn’t find one. “I went to a general grief group and I felt completely out of place,” she said. “I was in there with people that had lost their (spouses) after 60 years of marriage, and my kid had ended his life on purpose.”
Henderson-based company Aerodrome celebrated International Drone Day on May 7 at the Eldorado Droneport in Boulder City. The event included tutorials and drone racing.
LinkedIn said Wednesday that a 2012 breach resulted in more than 100 million of its users’ passwords being compromised — vastly more than previously thought.
Postpartum depression is a very real and very serious health problem that affects an estimated 12 -22 percent of all mothers.
From needleless shots to shock waves used to advance wound care, modern-day technology is influencing all aspects of health care.
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year by hosting its annual Sundown in Downtown bash.
Kids and dogs: They create their own mutual Fan Club every time. So wouldn’t a kids’ book about dogs — a book like “Bailey: Puppy Pals” — be perfect? The answer, if you want a gentle book for your animal-lover, is “yes.”
Find book signings and writing events throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
A vaccine to treat a pandemic virus backfires resulting in infertility and birth defects in Las Vegas author Victoria Kaer’s dystopian novel “Regulated.”
A major Boston academic hospital said on Wednesday it would become the first in the northeastern United States to begin performing gender-reassignment surgery on transgender patients.
Another heat wave, another search for ways to cool down. With temperatures teasing triple-digits across the Las Vegas Valley, there’s no better excuse to cool off than with a summer cocktail.
The Las Vegas area tumbled 10 spots this year to land near the bottom of a list ranking the health and community fitness of the nation’s 50 most populated metropolitan areas.
The RiSE Lantern Festival is returning to Southern Nevada this October for the third year.
Here are the some of the most common money-related travel myths that can be dangerous to your wallet, or to your reputation as a world-wise explorer.
“The Spirit of 33,” a mural unveiled at the Mob Museum on Monday, brings to life a time of gangsters and stylish cars: a 1933 Rolls Royce and a 1935 Duesenberg.
A 64-year-old cancer patient has received the first penis transplant in the U.S. and is recovering well from the delicate surgery, doctors said Monday.
Five local architects and architectural designers are changing the landscape of our valley by creating bold, contemporary designs that will possibly outlive them.
The people who design and build our homes have their own lingo. They talk about “production homes.” They use terms like clean lines, thin profile, light and airy to describe a model house, not a supermodel.