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Las Vegas festival celebrates, honors black history

When Dr. James McMillan became the first black dentist in Las Vegas in 1953, he wasn’t allowed to stay at a Strip hotel. Seven years later, McMillan, one of the first presidents of Las Vegas’ chapter of the NAACP, would lead the effort to end such segregation in the city.

Week in Pictures: Feb. 11-Feb. 16

Take a look at some striking pictures from Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including performers from Cirque du Soleil, Black History Month events and a Valentine’s Day wedding. Dancers from the Classical Dance Academy perform at the Youth America Grand Prix 2019 Regional Semi-Finals at UNLV in Las Vegas, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019. Caroline […]

Tots rock moves in Las Vegas Valley — PHOTOS

On Friday, children from across the Las Vegas Valley enjoyed “Tiny Toes on the Go,” a music and movement program designed for toddlers.

Freezing temps more damaging to plants this time of year

Another freeze went through the valley this past week along with some unusually cold weather. Freezing temperatures are more damaging to plants as we enter the spring months because plants are starting to wake up from their winter dormant period. These same plants might have no problems with these temperatures in December and January.