Teller’s magical production of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” and the arrival of a new music director for the Las Vegas Philharmonic added vibrancy to the local arts scene in 2014.
Despite its desert setting, Las Vegas becomes an ice skating mecca Dec. 20 when Olympic champs — from 2014’s Meryl Davis and Charlie White to 1988’s Brian Boitano — check into Mandalay Bay Events Center for “Unforgettable Moments of Love on Ice,” accompanied by rockers O.A.R.
From the first time she dusted a museum artifact Dawna Joliff knew she wanted to spend her career studying history. The Clark County Heritage Museum turned out to be the perfect place for it as she worked on everything from display cases to an entire street of historic buildings.
The city of Las Vegas unveiled the First Street Art Trail Nov. 6 with four, of what officials hope to become many more, art projects.
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who dressed generations of celebrities in red carpet and evening gowns, has died after battling cancer at 82.
The undead are expected to join monsters, ghosts and trick-or-treaters at several Henderson-area venues for family-friendly Halloween events.
From the Rose Regatta Dragon Boat Race & Festival to the Big Shots Breast Cancer Fundraiser, Henderson-area residents find ways to have fun while raising funds to fight breast cancer.
The atmosphere in The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall the evening of Sept. 27 was electric as the Las Vegas Philharmonic’s new music director Donato Cabrera made his debut.
The Palms discovered last week it is easy to attract attention hosting the Pole Expo. Women spun, slid and twirled on poles, dazzling crowds flocking to see the spectacle.
It’s amazing to see how much a child changes — in size, personality, temperament — from age 3 to age 4. And it’s no different for the Fiesta Las Vegas Latino Parade and Festival, which celebrates its fourth year this weekend showing a few changes from years past.