The Las Vegas Greek Food Festival is more than just food and fun — it's also an opportunity for visitors to tour and learn more about the church.
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Residents looking for a free, family-friendly show with a lot of heart, passion and good music are in for a treat.
This month, First Friday is set to once again celebrate Las Vegas' cultural diversity with the return of the theme "One World Through Art."
For years, the Celebrity City Chorus members have gotten together with a couple dozen of their close personal friends and sang in harmony with gusto and joy.
Like a lot of people, Fernando Lopez enjoys pouring himself a cold beer. Unlike most, it takes him several weeks or even months to be able to pour it.
Oscar Sida, instructor and Human Services Program coordinator at UNLV, has noticed that for many people, their smartphone has become an addiction.
After nearly 20 years, shoppers are no longer restricted to eating quick meals in the food court at the Galleria at Sunset mall.
Walking through the doors of TIABI Coffee & Waffle feels like a breath of fresh air. The cafe makes it a point to inspire others through its chalk art, photos collages and friendly staff.
Domestic violence has many faces. While many think of the stereotypical "battered wife," the general term refers to many types of abuse, such as child abuse, family violence, intimate partner abuse, elder abuse and sibling abuse.
The United States has the highest teen pregnancy and birth rates in the developed world. What's more shocking is that certain Clark County ZIP codes have some of the highest birth rates in the world.
About 300 families facing hunger in Las Vegas were given nutritious food at a Three Square Food Bank mobile food pantry distribution Sept. 17 sponsored by Amerigroup Nevada.
A curious effect takes hold of many Las Vegas Valley children who participate in the Bright Futures Farm and Gardens program.
Las Vegas resident Susan and her mother spent years caring for her father, Gary, who lived with psychosis as a result of Parkinson's disease.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. Contact each individual agency for more information.
Black Mountain Institute City of Asylum resident writer Hossein Mortezaeian Abkenar is scheduled to share a night of discussion with readers through an interpreter as part of a program titled Unsilenced: Censorship, Iran and the Contemporary Novelist in Exile.
Famous Dave's BBQ invites anyone named Dave to eat for free Sept. 29 at any Las Vegas Valley location.
The Zion Narrows attracts hikers and adventurers from many parts of the world, but Southern Nevadans are fortunate enough to live within a few hours of this marvelous and unusual hike.
As technology becomes increasingly omnipresent, some people have begun to ask if we own our technology or if it owns us. For some of us, has technology become an addiction?
Local author Erin Elizabeth Eichenber's "Lake Mead," a book in the Images of America series, explores life before the lake, starting with studies of the area's cultural and natural history.
Ever since you were born, you've loved music. Your mother tells stories of you bopping in your crib, baby-dancing to songs on the radio.