When Keri Kelli isn’t on the road with Alice Cooper, Slash, Skid Row or one of many other artists who regularly enlist him to handle guitar duties on the road, he splits his time between Orange County, California, and Las Vegas.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts has received a grant that will allow it to fund arts education programs for more than 70,000 students in Southern Nevada.
Tristin Saito was 12 when he joined his middle school orchestra because he wanted to play violin. Four years later, he’s about to play on one of the most famous stages in the world: Carnegie Hall.
Dan Reynolds spent two years in Nebraska on his Mormon mission. Thus, as a teenager, he promoted the very church positions he opposes in his documentary, “Believer.”
Beau Dobney talks about what goes into maintaining the hotel’s nearly 4,000-piece archive.
Fashion was beautiful — or at the very least, unique, provocative or outrageous — at Life is Beautiful. Here are just a few of the fest’s sartorial flights of fashionista fancy:
In a room packed with guitars that Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Mick Jagger have played during Rolling Stones concerts over the past 50-plus years, one display case is noticeably empty.
Poetry is more than a profession for Lee Mallory.
Your weekend is full of surprises, Las Vegas.
For the nice kids who shouldn’t have to wait until December to see Santa, or the naughty ones who need a reminder on why they’d better start behaving, Kids’ Camp Christmas in July hits Container Park on Saturday afternoon.