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.
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The name is cool and gives patrons a hint as to what to expect when they walk through the doors of Kaffe Live. Part artisan sandwich shop and part live entertainment hub, the business recently opened at 5135 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite 145.
Since North Las Vegas began experiencing an economic rebirth a few years ago, City Councilman Isaac Barron began to ask himself, “What is a city without art?”
When actress Kady Heard learned that the inaugural group show at The Bubblegum Gallery would be mermaid-themed, she dove into the opportunity to participate. Artists from all over the Las Vegas Valley contributed paintings, sketches, watercolors, decor, jewelry and more, and Heard slipped into a mermaid tail and donated her time during the show’s June First Friday opening. The show is the first of many themed group exhibits planned in the coming months.
Primrose Martin strolled the rows of exhibits with her mother and brother Saturday afternoon at the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con.
“Hamilton” should keep Strip properties interested, but The Smith Center has become an effective host for most Broadway musicals.
Now in its fifth year, “DjangoVegas!” spotlights the beguiling, infectious style of jazz pioneered by the original guitar star, Django Reinhardt.
Our arts picks this week include the new exhibit “Playing With Light” at the Springs Preserve and a staging of “A Few Good Men” at the Onyx Theatre.
The news that no die-hard “Hamilton” fan — or anyone who hasn’t seen the Broadway smash yet — wants to hear has arrived: Lin-Manuel Miranda, its creator and star, is leaving the show this summer. But he promises to return “again and again.”
Where there were once rainbows, there are now murals depicting activities at the school. Leavitt Middle School, 4701 Quadrel St., recently held a contest, asking students what artwork they’d like to see on the walls. The murals are now nearing completion.
From the get-go, “Cabaret,” now playing at The Smith Center, is in your face, cheerfully — and defiantly — depicting the hell-bound hedonism of 1930 Berlin on the cusp of dramatic change.
A new exhibit, “Les Folies Bergere: Entertaining Las Vegas One Rhinestone at a Time,” salutes the Tropicana’s long-running spectacular, which closed in March 2009 after almost 50 years.
CBS’ Tony Awards on Sunday beat last year’s audience by one-third.
The shooting at a gay Florida nightclub cast a shadow on the 2016 Tony Awards, with organizers dedicating Sunday’s ceremony to the victims and Broadway performers rushing to embrace the LGBT community.
Some 50-year-old musicals need a face-lift — and can’t hide the scars when they get one. But “Cabaret” never seems to show its age.
It’s about the music and more when rockabilly fans gather for the 19th annual Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend.
Our arts picks this week include the Vegas Fringe Festival at Las Vegas Little Theatre and Star Wars Day at the Discovery Children’s Museum.
Suzanne Vinnik grew up in Las Vegas and was delighted when her husband-to-be had time off during her work here in “Carmen” for a wedding at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.
Las Vegas might not be ready for a full-time opera company yet, but when it is, there’s a good chance it will be through the efforts of Opera Las Vegas. “I like to think we are a professional organization that presents opera of the highest quality,” said the group’s general director, Luana DeVol.
The Collective,” an annual art exhibition for Cirque du Soleil employees has been going on for 11 years.
The Neon Museum’s first national artist-in-residence, Whitney Lynn, will work in Las Vegas throughout the month of June.
The monthly First Friday event at the 18b Arts District in downtown Las Vegas drew a large crowd of people looking to get out.
Our arts picks this week include Buddy Guy and Jonny Lang performing at the Henderson Pavilion.