Two empty lots in Reno could soon be home to an art installation courtesy of Burning Man 2016.
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Canadian novelist W.P. Kinsella, who blended magical realism and baseball in the book that became the smash hit film “Field of Dreams,” has died. He was 81.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee, who challenged theatrical convention in masterworks such as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “A Delicate Balance,” died Friday, his personal assistant said. He was 88.
The musical charts King’s journey to her 1971 breakthrough “Tapestry” — and singer-songwriter superstardom — from her years as a songwriter alongside then-husband Gerry Goffin, who died in 2014.
Alexandra Arrieche was appointed music director last month following a yearlong search from among 64 applicants.
Steve Horlock envisions a world where global warming has driven man further indoors and animals reclaim nature.
In a retail landscape littered with the never-to-be reanimated corpses of comic shops that have come and gone, Alternate Reality Comics has become a rare commercial survivor and Ralph Mathieu the unofficial godfather of Southern Nevada’s comic book universe.
Life might not be so beautiful for downtown commuters as preparations for a massive music, food and arts festival is prompting the closure of several streets nine days before the event begins.
After the Las Vegas stop, they’ll audition more contenders in New York and Orlando, Florida. Finalists will join the “Circus Xtreme” tour in late September or early October, with the appointment of the new ringmaster later in October.
R. Scott Phillips, executive director of the Utah Shakespeare Festival, will retire after a 40-year career with the Tony Award-winning program.