After two initial replays, CBS stopped showing footage Sunday of Louisville basketball player Kevin Ware breaking his leg during the first half of his team’s NCAA men’s tournament game against Duke.
Cadaver dogs will continued their search Sunday for possible bodies at the Key Largo hotel-casino, where a fire erupted earlier in the week, all but gutting the long-abandoned building on Flamingo Road near Paradise Road, Clark County officials said Saturday.
It was a beautiful Thursday afternoon, warm and sunny and idyllic, and the UNLV men’s tennis team was knocking the fuzz off the bright yellow-green ball against UNR.
I can’t believe how short the new “Gears of War: Judgment” is. I finished this humans-versus-aliens war in five hours — including coffee breaks.
Lon Bronson’s All-Stars are one of those great Vegas traditions, a horn-heavy band of professional Strip musicians playing songs for kicks to crowds of locals, often for free.
Here are a few things in pop culture that caught our eye last week.
Giving back to the community is just what they do.
Here is a listing of events designed for book lovers. Information is subject to change or cancellation without notice. Additions or changes to this listing must be submitted at least 10 days in advance of Sunday publication to Bookmark, Las Vegas Review-Journal, P.O. Box 70, Las Vegas, NV 89125. For more information, call 383-0306.
Signs of spring draw visitors to Cerca country to check out the flora, fauna and fun activities, from the Clark County Fair and Rodeo to Laughlin’s annual River Run.
ST. GEORGE, Utah — A visit to this desert city on the Utah-Arizona border for a weekend — it’s less than a two-hour drive from Las Vegas on Interstate 15 north –– is remarkably full of the unanticipated, a place with a strong Mormon influence that deserves far more than just the stop for gas along the freeway that it often receives from Southern Nevadans on their way to Zion National Park.