Pop rockers Maroon 5 return to the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Dec. 30 and 31. Tickets are $99.50, $124.50, $174.50 and $224.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.
Aid those in need while courting tinnitus and perhaps a strained neck vertebrae or two with the return of Thrashgiving.
Nevada gaming regulators took a little more than an hour to approve Bally Technologies’ $1.3 billion buyout of gaming equipment rival SHFL entertainment Thursday during a special hearing.
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” should more than satisfy the cravings of fans who’ve spent the 20-month gap between movies quivering with anticipation.
Southern Nevada high school students are invited to apply to participate in a series of special Nevada NewsMakers television programs to discuss politics and current affairs.
UNLV became bowl eligible Thursday night for the first time since 2000, rolling over Air Force and giving Twitter a reason to celebrate.
A center that will provide resources to businesses opened its doors on Wednesday at the College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus.
Plenty of people will be trapped in an L-tryptophan torpor following this year’s Thanksgiving feast. But not Caroline Bowman. She and her fellow thespians will be singing and dancing up a storm in “Evita.”
The Brubeck Brothers Quartet — playing Friday and Saturday at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz — “very consciously tried,” in bassist and trombonist Chris Brubeck’s words, to “do music that wasn’t Dave’s music.”
MUSIC: Winchester hosts plenty of pianists: Six pianists, 60 fingers, 88 keys. That’s the formula for “60 in the 88s,” a Saturday concert presented at the Winchester Cultural Center, in conjunction with the Las Vegas Jazz Society.