Taking over 18-city blocks downtown and drawing over 175,000 fans over three days, Life is Beautiful will celebrate its ninth edition in 2021.
For the first time since arriving at The Neon Museum Boneyard, the iconic Moulin Rouge sign has been brought to life again.
When it opens with Circa late next month, Barry’s Downtown Prime will have elements of Barry Dakake’s 18 years at the Palms, with new twists.
Valerie Stunning, a former exotic dancer, brings a line of ice cream with gold, glittery touches to Las Vegas’ Arts District.
We Entertainment Community of Las Vegas (WE/EC Vegas) is putting on a show Tuesday night.
Interactive in-room art and a large mural are planned for the new hotel tower, where rooms can be booked starting Sept. 22.
The Please Send Noodles group normally meets to read cookbooks and prepare meals from them, but because it’s sidelined by the pandemic, it’s cooking for others.
More than three months after closing because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Discovery Children’s Museum in downtown Las Vegas will reopen Thursday.
Fireworks will be launched from several locations around the Las Vegas Valley to celebrate the Fourth of July.
During the week of Juneteenth, two businesses in the Las Vegas Arts District covered their walls with art installations and murals that support the current Black Lives Matter movement.