Smiling animals, from camels to unicorns to frolicking flamingos and prancing carousel horses. Rainbows and stars and polka-dot clouds. Thanks to artist Sush Machida, they’re now at home at Child Haven.
Prince Spencer, who tap-danced his way across color barriers as a member of the Four Step Brothers, died Thursday, weeks after celebrating his 98th birthday Oct. 3.
“Ragtime: The Musical,” which kicks off its national tour at The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall through Sunday.
Las Vegas-based artist Angel Delgado’s artworks — currently on display at UNLV’s Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery — show the scars of the six months he spent in jail in his native Cuba following a performance piece the authorities didn’t like.
Last month, U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera gave a reading at Nevada State College. Starting next week, those who missed the presentation will be able to catch it on Clark County TV throughout November.
The members of the string quartet launching UNLV’s annual Charles Vanda Master Series on Saturday plan to catch Britney Spears’ “Piece of Me” at Planet Hollywood during their Vegas visit. But first, they have to play a piece of Britney’s.
The new Craig Ranch Regional Park Amphitheater continues its soft opening this weekend with a pair of concerts, but the venue inside the park is likely to steal the show, based on opening-weekend turnout.
Starting next year, Donny and Marie Osmond will have a new gig on the Strip. Or at least their likenesses will.
Multiple Emmy-winner Michael Stevens, who directed the PBS special that introduced The Smith Center to a national TV audience, died last week while undergoing cancer treatment in Los Angeles. He was 48.
“Miss Margarida’s Way” transports audiences back to eighth grade, where the tyrannical title character resorts to charm, intimidation and manipulation to assert her power over her unsuspecting “students.”