A sign on the wall at Breakfast & Grill Cafe states that the restaurant’s seating capacity is 60. It fell 59 diners short of that during two recent dining-review visits — one in the afternoon, the other shortly after it opened at 7 a.m.
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Nearly 300 volunteers spent Saturday morning helping clean up the Clark County Wetlands Park’s Sunrise Trailhead in the east Las Vegas Valley.
For a desert, the valley has a lot of odd aquarium features, but you can’t pet the fish behind the registration desk at The Mirage, you can’t feed the trout at Bass Pro Shops and you can’t swim with the sharks at Shark Reef.
About two dozen students stood on the edge of the dance floor, taking turns crossing the floor in pairs, stalking, crawling, leaping and eventually hissing and yipping.
The term “gastropub” has gained popularity in the past few years among bars serving specialty food. But what does it mean?
When the Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas acquired more than 8,000 costumes and other items from Les Folies Bergere, they came with a mystery. Two women have been unraveling it with the help of photographs, first-person accounts and a little dancing.
In a town where you can see circus performers, superstar musicians, and the topless undead, it can be a challenge for thought-provoking productions — based on subtle wordplay and nuanced acting — to get noticed. Several of the valley’s most interesting theaters, productions and spaces are in east valley.
Many art educators contend that drawing from life and, in particular, drawing from the figure is the foundation of all other arts. Others say life drawing is not a means to an end, but an end in itself. Either way, those interested in life drawing have weekly and monthly options in the Arts District.
One person is dead after an early morning crash in the southeast Las Vegas Valley.
A Henderson man has serious injuries after he lost control of his car and crashed into a tree in the southeast valley Thursday evening.
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