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.
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.
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.
The messages — plaintive, defiant, encouraging, empathetic — appear on a poster sent to Southern Nevadans by, the poster says, “the Pulse family and all of Orlando” during the weeks following the Oct. 1 Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
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.
Crime, we’re told, doesn’t pay. Crime museums, however, do quite nicely.
On a blistering late morning, when the temperatures hit triple digits, some locals might have wished for a superhero to save them from the heat. Such heroes were in plentiful supply at downtown’s Container Park.
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.