Area 51 has been in Nevada for years, and the speculation of what might be there has turned it into a notable tourism spot.
The story of Nevada poet laureate Mildred Breedlove’s epic ode honoring the state on its centennial in 1964 is a Silver State literary mystery.
They were two of Boulder City’s most well-known residents, but there isn’t much left at Henry and Ocie Bradley’s historic address atop a hill near Avenue I.
“We never really had a traditional cuisine,” said Carlos Buscaglia, chef partner of Due Forni, who’s been cooking in Las Vegas for more than 20 years.
On a warm thunderstorm-filled day Wednesday, the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno previewed “The 36th Star: Nevada’s Journey from Territory to State,” an exhibit celebrating 150 years of statehood for the Battle Born state.