It’s official: Lady Gaga will headline the Super Bowl halftime show.
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Catching up on the news after a week’s vacation in Seattle, I spied a front-page story in the Review-Journal that lifted my spirits. A group of local art lovers is giving it a go to create a fine arts museum.
No other series I can think of has dealt with such serious topics as clinical depression and PTSD in ways that are heartbreaking and hilarious, sometimes simultaneously. Deep down, there’s a surprising amount of heart for a show about people so very badly damaged.
In the upcoming episode — entitled “A Stereotypical Day” — parents Cameron “Cam” (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) permit their daughter Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) to have her transgender friend Tom over for a play-date.
A bride and groom got a surprise celebrity attendee at their wedding photo shoot when Hollywood star Tom Hanks stopped by as they were having their photos taken at New York’s Central Park.
Two empty lots in Reno could soon be home to an art installation courtesy of Burning Man 2016.
Toys”R”Us will open a new outlet store Saturday at the Las Vegas North Premium Oulet Malls at 875 S. Grand Central Parkway in downtown Las Vegas.
The new drama about the 2010 tragedy spends its first half doing its best to explain what’s about to go wrong and its second half covering a bunch of actors in mud and oil as they run around in cramped quarters while things blow up all around them. Despite its best intentions, neither half makes much sense.
Attend “Seth” Carlos Mongrut’s performance, and you may come away with more than an appreciation for music. Mongrut said he wants his poetry, music and dialogue with the audience to further a sense of connectedness. It’s a sense of brotherhood he said he’s felt since converting to Judaism.
Some people enjoy their work so much, they’d do it even if they didn’t get paid. Summerlin-area resident Karan Feder is one such person.