The latest nonsense involving the valley’s Desert Tortoise Conservation Center would be funny if it didn’t involve federal ineptitude, wasted public money and dead reptiles.
Theater purists might not like Naked Navigation Theatre Collective’s touring production of Tennessee Williams’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” playing at the Onyx Theatre. While the risks that director Dana Martin takes in adapting Williams’ text don’t always play out, they make for an enjoyable evening of theater.
What happens next in the career of newly crowned Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight champ Anthony Pettis remains very much up in the air.
Could cocaine dancers, Alice in Wonderland and a chicken act cause Las Vegas Sands Corp. problems with Nevada gaming regulators?
Holly Mays made it to Las Vegas because she beat the odds.
Because I fell asleep on the couch while watching the Wyoming football team frighten the daylights out of Nebraska, I didn’t get to Cashman Field to meet some friends until the bottom of the first on Saturday night.
It was a packed concert hall and a teenager’s bedroom rendered as one, if only for an evening.
At least four former UNLV football players will be suiting up on Sundays this season, after NFL teams made final cuts on Saturday.
BOSTON — The state Gaming Commission is about to wade into a casino dispute between Boston and the smaller neighboring city of Everett.
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