The veteran film makeup and special effects guru brings the undead to Boulder City with his shrine to horror flicks.
Boulder City’s annual Art in the Park was bucolic as usual Saturday. As chimes tinkled in the gentle breezes and people meandered between booths offering everything from fine-art paintings to clever crafts, those attending were reveling in the usually mundane aspects of life and not focusing on the horrors of the Strip massacre that started their week.
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:
When a child is in the hospital, distractions often are a plus. A visit from the fairy art princess is one such distraction.
Crime, we’re told, doesn’t pay. Crime museums, however, do quite nicely.
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.
The waterworks have been working for a decade. But WaterWorks is just beginning.
At 19, Jessica Manalo was studying at UNLV, intending to graduate. It was everything her family wanted of her, but nothing she wanted.
The Beatles’ transcendent music spoke words of wisdom to hundreds of smiling celebrants on a recent Friday at Henderson’s Congregation Ner Tamid.
Two years ago, Ashley Vargas was hospitalized after a failed suicide attempt. A piece of paper and a small pencil became her keys to recovery.