The experts examine Saturday’s college football games.
You might call it a kind of social movement: They call themselves, futurists.
Post Time 12:30 p.m.
Take a look at tonight’s high school football action across the Las Vegas Valley.
I loved the article, “Church of Bacon cooks up ambitious plans for center” (Oct. 31 Review-Journal). But it seems that Nick Aquilina, in his letter (“Church of Bacon,” Wednesday Review-Journal), thinks the reporter and editor should take religion more seriously and that the article should have been placed in the entertainment section. Kind of like how at the library, the Bible is placed in the fiction section?
Tuesday’s off-year elections produced big wins for Republicans and bad results for Democrats, much like last year’s midterms. Turnout stunk just about everywhere, and those who voted were hostile to progressives and their ideas — with one notable exception.
Eric Vozzola has given the old Ukulele Lounge a whole new look. The artist led a team on Friday in putting a mural on the lounge, which closed in 2008. The building is located at 620 Las Vegas Blvd. North.
The mother of an 8-year-old Las Vegas boy whose shooting death last week was ruled a suicide says her son didn’t kill himself.
Owners of classic and rare Auburn, Cord and Duesenberg cars gathered Friday outside of the Downtown Grand in Las Vegas to show off their vintage vehicles, primarily from the 1920s and 1930s. The event was part of the group’s 59th annual West Coast Meet. The group had scheduled 25 cars for the event, with cars and owners coming from all over the United States.
The giant running race event that is coming to Las Vegas Nov. 12-15 has a new title sponsor and the event is now officially known as the “GEICO Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon & ½ Marathon.”