Victoria Siegel was just 18 when she passed away in 2015. Her parents have established a foundation to fight drug abuse in young people.
When Area15 opens early next year, it will be the home to an immersive art installation, virtual reality experience, arcade gaming, and now, an axe-throwing venue.
Dan Quinn knew before the T-Mobile Arena opened a year ago this week that the building was going to be a home run forits owners as well as the community.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.
If you attend an event at the T-Mobile Arena, you’ll be able to get a hot dog and a beer, just as at any other arena or stadium in the country. But Las Vegas’ new sports and entertainment showplace will offer many, many more options.
Life Is Beautiful has piled up more than $10 million in financial losses during its first three years, but the chief executive of the annual downtown Las Vegas music festival has a different take on the red ink.
When you find something you can’t live without, some say hold on to it. Ashley Morris found something he couldn’t live without — the food at Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop — and he’s held on to it so tightly that he ended up owning the company.
In the days following his death, Jerry Tarkanian was remembered for his personality, his profound influence on Las Vegas, his incredible impact on UNLV, his unique character, his off-court troubles with the NCAA, his love of pasta and ponies.
History doesn’t last long in Southern Nevada. It’s imploded and rebuilt. A rare exception to that rule will be celebrated Saturday in downtown Henderson when the Gold Mine Tavern marks its 50th anniversary.