The title alone makes it a Vegas natural.
From artists to musicians to attendees, everyone’s “Too Cool for School” — at least at September’s throwback-themed First Friday.
Legendary entertainer Jerry Lewis is to be honored today at 7:49 p.m. with an 11-minute video tribute on prominent Las Vegas marquees.
Las Vegas Academy of the Arts kicked off its Silver Anniversary celebration with alumni, parents and staff all welcoming students back to school with a complimentary T-shirt that commemorated the school’s 25th anniversary on Friday.
The “Raiders Rough & Ready” art show, which opened Saturday at Bash Fine Art & Custom Framing, 750 S. Rampart Blvd., features paintings and prints of the Raiders and other NFL teams by Dave Hobrecht, Edgar Brown, Robert Hurst and others. The show runs through Sept. 2.
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Dancers celebrated their ancestors during the Japanese Buddhist Obon Festival held Saturday at Clark High School, where a crowd of attendees watched and joined in the dance, ate traditional Japanese food and perused crafts for sale.
Attractions at this month’s arts gathering include featured artist Justin Lepper, the Rock & Review battle of the bands and the Dance DepARTment.