A couple of thousand ticket-holders braved marathon traffic and road closures to arrive at T-Mobile Arena three hours before game time to watch the long-in-the-works documentary. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
More than 35,000 are registered to run in this year’s marathon or half-marathon. They’ll start their journey at 4:30 p.m. and conclude it under the neon lights on the Strip. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Heather Bray completed the 26.2-mile course Sunday in 3 hours, 13 minutes for her first marathon victory. She had run in two others, posting faster times in both. But the costume was heavier than her usual workout garb. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Firefighters on Saturday morning extinguished a car blaze that damaged six other vehicles in a parking garage at McCarran International Airport. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
In this installment of Taste of the Town, the Review-Journal’s Al Mancini shows us one of the best bargains on a steak available in the valley, as well as one of the most luxurious cuts of beef you can buy, as long as money is no object. The former is offered at the Ellis Island Casino, just off the Strip. The latter is available less than two miles away, at CUT by Wolfgang Puck in The Venetian.
Golden Knights winger Reilly Smith joins our Golden Edge crew at City National Arena for a special edition of the Golden Edge podcast.
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and show host Heidi Fang give a preview of the Bengals, recap the Raiders win over the Chargers and give an update on injuries heading into Sunday’s game.
Golden Knights fans will be treated to an exclusive viewing of ‘Valiant,’ on Sunday, Nov. 17. The documentary highlights the Vegas Golden Knights’ remarkable run to the 2018 Stanley Cup Final after the team unified Las Vegas in wake of tragedy.
Cityneon Holdings, the parent company of the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at Treasure Island, unveiled the second-largest curved LED screen in Las Vegas on Oct. 31.
The Golden Knights will honor the 1980 USA Olympic men’s hockey team on the 40th anniversary of its “Miracle on Ice” victory against the Soviet Union next year. On Feb. 22, a public event with the 1980 team will take place at the Thomas & Mack Center that will include video of never-before-seen moments from its implausible run at Lake Placid, New York. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)