Here is a list of events and locations around the Las Vegas Valley celebrating Halloween.
Victoria Siegel was just 18 when she passed away in 2015. Her parents have established a foundation to fight drug abuse in young people.
When Area15 opens early next year, it will be the home to an immersive art installation, virtual reality experience, arcade gaming, and now, an axe-throwing venue.
Where other than Las Vegas can “going to work” mean swimming like a mermaid, laundering a fireproof theatrical costume or vacuuming a room that might just be haunted?
The debut episode of reality TV series “Turquoise Fever,” set in the wilds of rural Tonopah, premieres Wednesday on the INSP Network.
Beth Seacord organized “Medical Ethics in Sickbay” and “Time Travel, Transporters and the Terran Universe: Philosophy and Star Trek.”
The Ethel M Chocolate Factory has turned its botanical cactus garden into a holiday cactus garden.
As one of the city’s cultural ambassadors, Joshua Wolf Shenk knows exactly what he’s up against when trying to shape the public perception of Las Vegas into that of a bustling arts hub.
What began as a fun night at Duke Mollner’s east valley home in 1976 soon morphed into a neighborhood phenomenon.
It’s been nearly 14 years since Vicky Brosius participated in her first Harvest Festival with her husband Ron. She remembers long hours of prepping, her anxiousness before the doors opened and the bustling crowd that poured into Cashman Center when the festival began.