The Smith Center’s second annual Heart of Education Awards will honor outstanding Clark County School District teachers.
Halloween may be six months away, but a spooky mood is guaranteed when “The Bride of Frankenstein” materializes, courtesy of the College of Southern Nevada’s dance program.
Mat Franco has parylayed a successful run at Linq hotel-casino into an expanded schedule in a theater named for him.
Dust advisories are nothing new in these parts. But pixie dust advisories? Definitely not the typical local forecast — until now.
J.K. Houssels brought the “Folies Bergere” to Las Vegas and was president of many of the city’s famous hotel-casinos.
Nathan Tanouye and Las Vegas headliner Clint Holmes collaborate for Sunday’s world premiere of the “Las Vegas Suite.”
Chita Rivera first sang these words in 1975: “It’s good, isn’t it? Grand, isn’t it? Great, isn’t it? Swell, isn’t it? Fun, isn’t it? Nowadays …”
A story of a group of World War II servicemen who enter a radio contest, “Bandstand” was conceived in Las Vegas by “Ka” music director Richard Oberacker and his writing parter Robert Taylor.
All’s well that starts well. William Shakespeare didn’t write those exact words, of course, but he’d certainly recognize the sentiment behind them — and how well they describe a new partnership between Western High School and the Shakespeare Institute of Nevada.
Nancy Uscher believes “life is an adventure.” Make that adventures. Her UNLV office — the one she occupies as dean of the College of Fine Arts — reflects that belief, with keepsakes of her adventures as musician and educator.