Beneath the Nevada State Museum hides an incomprehensible accounting of the state’s history waiting to be unearthed and displayed in the right exhibit.
It’s the sixth largest city in Nevada — but only until Sept. 3. That morning, the post office will close, the airport and DMV will shutter and the residents, their homes and their vehicles will disappear.
Naida Parson, senior pastor at New Antioch Christian Fellowship, had a message for the crowd gathered Saturday at the Springs Preserve’s Black History Month Festival in Las Vegas. Black history should be celebrated over more than just the month of February, she told festival attendees.
Black Friday and Small Business Saturday have come and gone. Cyber Monday’s just around the corner.
The ephemeral structure is being built entirely out of Ponderosa pine trees killed within the past six months by drought and beetle infestation in the Sierra Nevada range in California.
Nevada Conservatory Theater founder and former UNLV professor Robert “Bob” Brewer died Thursday. He was 70.
A future Maryland Parkway facelift received a $50,000 grant Wednesday from the National Endowment for the Arts to bankroll public art. The Maryland Parkway project — which stretches from McCarran International Airport to downtown Las Vegas — is one of 66 projects nationwide receiving “Our Town” grants.