“This is my happy place,” Cheyenne Kelly said smiling, looking around the Vegas Roots Community Garden, which hosted the second annual Grow Your Own Festival on Saturday. “And I love seeing it flush with so many people.”
A number of Las Vegas businesses are committed to donating the proceeds of your purchases to those affected in the Las Vegas shooting.
Crime, we’re told, doesn’t pay. Crime museums, however, do quite nicely.
First Friday, the monthly art celebration in downtown Las Vegas, will not take place this week due to weather concerns.
Gloria Mancilla turned 90 on Sunday, but the longtime showgirl is still kicking.
The “Ready to Roar” exhibit at the Mob Museum, which runs until February, looks at the fashion of the 1920s.
The Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival began as a program aimed primarily at adults, but festival coordinator Suzanne Scott said programming quickly expanded to accommodate teens and families.
Working at Fright Dome isn’t all about jumping out from behind something and scaring someone. Sometimes, it’s just about being very creepy.
Art aficionados know that October is likely to inspire galleries full of spooky and weird paintings, but several venues in the Las Vegas Valley are hosting shows full of art that seems spooky on the surface but is actually a celebration of life through the embrace of death.
Some people enjoy their work so much, they’d do it even if they didn’t get paid. Summerlin-area resident Karan Feder is one such person.