Henderson’s Keita Nagano’s latest novel is set against a background of Japan’s fishing industry.
The national tour of “Hamilton” will return to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts as part of the 2020-21 Broadway Las Vegas Series.
Thousands of origami Japanese maple leaves billow above the Aria’s main lobby to celebrate the turn of the season.
Beneath the Nevada State Museum hides an incomprehensible accounting of the state’s history waiting to be unearthed and displayed in the right exhibit.
Sawyer Middle School’s advanced drama program will present an anti-bullying play called “The Weight of Your Words.” Two performances Oct. 9 are open to the public.
In its seventh year, Life is Beautiful’s lineup abounded with art, experiences and performances, both traditional and new.
In its seventh year, Life is Beautiful is home to a unique immersive experience that invites festival-goers to wander into a calm, reclusive clearing, stake out a grassy knoll and take in the sights and sounds of a mystical forest.
Artist-in-residence Julie Henson created three soft sculptures during her tenure and will leave one for permanent collection at Neon Museum.
Etta Baykara says when she got to Sin City and experienced her first show, she thought she’d ‘died and went to heaven.’
Retired stewardess Sonnie Sims recalls, “We got to the stadium, and the gate was locked, and the Beatles couldn’t get in.”