The downside of cookies in space is just one of the discoveries that await families at the Springs Preserve’s newest exhibit “Astronaut” in the Origen Museum.
Scores of superheroes, comic book crime fighters and “Star Wars” characters swarmed the Las Vegas Convention Center on a mission to witness the sights and sounds of the fifth annual Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con.
Every little bit helps. Especially if it’s a $1 million appropriation for a major art museum in downtown Las Vegas.
The seventh National Juneteenth Observance Foundation Juneteenth Jazz and Spoken Word Celebration, featuring a free concert, information from community organizations and the presentation of the Juneteenth Heritage and Legacy Awards, ran Sunday at the West Las Vegas Library Theater.
On a blistering late morning, when the temperatures hit triple digits, some locals might have wished for a superhero to save them from the heat. Such heroes were in plentiful supply at downtown’s Container Park.
In his days as the city’s famed “Mob Lawyer,” Oscar Goodman was tracked by Metro Police officers. “It was like, ‘Oscar is going to the airport. Oscar has landed. Oscar looks like he’s PO’d. Oscar is still PO’d.’ “
Chris Rock considered vacating the stage at The Park Theater on Saturday night. Then he considered his paycheck.
“Another Sky,” a new, temporary art installation at The Venetian hotel-casino’s Waterfall Atrium, is comprised of 3,590 strands of satin ribbon in 15 cool-toned colors ranging from turquoise to plum.
So much for Glitter Gulch’s ultimate fun couple. Fremont Street’s neon cowgirl, the high-kicking Vegas Vickie, is scheduled to ride into the sunset Monday, June 12, deserting her longtime companion Vegas Vic.
Matt and Angela Stabile launched “X Burlesque” at the Aladdin, but only after she posed for a famous statue.