Devilish creatures from the gates of hell, killer clowns and evil scarecrows — these might just be what Summerlin resident Bryan Yeager’s nightmares are made of, but instead of opening his eyes to awake from the horrors of his mind, Yeager collects the images for his art.
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Working at Fright Dome isn’t all about jumping out from behind something and scaring someone. Sometimes, it’s just about being very creepy.
What does it take to work at one of the scariest haunted attractions in Las Vegas?
All morning in her head, Julie Ferrari kept telling herself, “You could go to a shelter.”
While a survivor is taking steps toward leaving and potentially developing a safety plan, outsiders can still play a role in the process. The first part is prevention.
You don’t have to be Greek to enjoy the Greek Food Festival or Italian to enjoy the San Gennaro Feast. So, organizers of the Las Vegas PRIDE festival are trying to get the word out that their festival is not just for the LGBT community, but for everyone.
You might say Nanette Shahbaz has found the “purr-fect” job.
It’s not one’s material possessions that matter in life. It’s one’s spiritual connection to the Earth. That’s the message photographer Marcella Brendible is trying to convey with her exhibit “Experience Nature in a Different Light.” The photography exhibit is set to be displayed during regular library hours Oct. 27 through Nov. 27 at Summerlin Library, 1771 Inner Circle Drive.
Think pink on Oct. 30. Pink is the color of choice for the American Cancer Society’s annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. The Las Vegas 5K is slated for Oct. 30 at Red Rock Resort, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd.
For those of us familiar with the golf scene in Las Vegas, it’s a tremendous challenge to operate courses these days. Play is down, and attracting golfers to a facility is tough.
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