The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.
From wars and natural disasters to the tension of U.S. presidential election and celebrity deaths, 2016 was a rough one for many. So, we asked several Southern Nevada psychics what they see ahead for us in 2017.
With some 300,000 visitors descending on Las Vegas for a new year’s weekend of revelry, overindulgence and possible mayhem, area hospitals are gearing up for a potential flood of ailments and injuries. They’ve also got blueprints in place for the worst case scenario.
Lava Hot Springs is far below freezing — until you dip into the water.
Eric Klein is settling into his new life in L.A., even if Las Vegas is still technically his home. Klein is former executive chef at Spago, Wolfgang Puck’s local flagship restaurant. Three months into his new job, Klein is managing Puck’s Los Angeles-based catering division, running his celebrity chef boss’ most star-studded activities.
John Bentham experienced his first living Nativity at the First United Methodist Church in Richardson, Texas, where he grew up. Now 46 and the owner of Ivory Star Productions, he has brought a living Nativity element to the annual Glittering Lights show, which his company produces.
A verdant oasis hidden in a secluded canyon, China Ranch Date Farm near Death Valley National Park is an excellent cool-seasondestination.
Four large boxes of toys donated by people in lieu of paying a fine for a parking ticket were handed over Thursday to Safe Nest, Nevada’s largest domestic violence shelter program, to distribute among children at the shelter.
Artist Kim Johnson’s work may seem dark at times, but only because it is her way to face the mortality that binds us all.
For many, remembering where they’ve left their keys is challenge enough. Remembering the layouts of 48 chess boards well enough to play and win most of the games, then, would seem insurmountable.