Our arts picks this week include the country quartet Ghostlight performing in Lorenzi Park and two free events headlined by four-time National Poetry Slam champion Patricia Smith.
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All roads lead to Vegas — including ancient Rome’s. The exhibit “Ancient Rome: The Empire That Shaped the World” is on display at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum through Sept. 19.
You can still find examples of traditional theater in Las Vegas. But some local companies are betting on the audience’s growing appetite for new, offbeat and otherwise challenging theatrical fare.
Statues of a nude Donald Trump sparked a furor Thursday when they were discovered in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland and New York. Within hours, red-headed Las Vegas-based artist “Ginger,” whose real name is Joshua Monroe, was in the spotlight.
It sounds like one of those only-in-Vegas cliches: nursing by day, opera by night. But for Skip Galla, that’s life.
After two years as the Onyx Theatre’s producing director, Troy Heard is departing the Commercial Center playhouse for the new Majestic Repertory Theatre.
Our arts picks this week include sax masters Dave Koz and David Sanborn at The Smith Center.
Cheng Yajie’s Vegas visions — and other examples of his award-winning work — begin an extended Southern Nevada stay with the exhibit “A Las Vegas Symphony,” which continues through Oct. 1 at the Sahara West Library’s Studio gallery.
This highly anticipated event at the Mandalay Bay showcased the latest in men and women’s apparel.
The Nevada State Museum’s Las Vegas branch boasts such a treasure trove of Western memorabilia that True West magazine just named it one of its top 10 Western museums for 2016.
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