When kids experience anti-gravity fitness for the first time, instructor Rebecca Perrick says, they like it.
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Chocoholics who maintain that chocolate makes the world go ‘round can feel at least a little vindicated by the latest offering by the High Roller, the 550-foot observation wheel at The Linq on the Strip: chocolate tastings in the sky.
Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino has announced its lineup of restaurants, and they’re in keeping with its stated goal of being the “premier authentic Asian destination in Las Vegas.”
Randy Mendre is an award-winning landscape artist.
Billy Sherwood says late friend Chris Squire made him promise to replace him in the British prog-rock institution, playing downtown Saturday.
You know you’ve made it as a female impersonator when you get recognized in public. Even when you aren’t in character. Martin Cooper’s visibility will be raised even further when he competes on “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.”
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.
Roberto Duran was famously known for having hands of stone. But in the hands of writer-director Jonathan Jakubowicz, the legendary Panamanian boxer also has all the charisma of a bag of wet sand.
The Killers announced that the vinyl reissue of their sophomore album, “Sam’s Town,” will be released by Bong Load Records on Oct. 7. One of the two bonus tracks featured on the reissue, “Peace of Mind,” also will be available as a digital single Oct. 7.
With its “Home Alone”-style house of horrors, “Don’t Breathe” almost never goes where you’d expect. And it’s exhilarating in the way it manages to keep topping itself with new levels of twistedness.