Ringo Starr has played several Vegas venues over the years, including the old Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel, Rio Pavilion, Mandalay Bay Beach, Pearl at the Palms and Reynolds Hall at the Smith Center.
As Las Vegas reels, music heals.
Tuesday night was a celebration of Las Vegas’s new NHL team, of course. But it felt more like civic embrace. On Monday, Vegas Golden Knights marketing and entertainment head Jonny Greco promised a group hug of 17,000.
The Kats! Bureau at this writing is high atop T-Mobile Arena, where the Vegas Golden Knights will soon host the Arizona Coyotes — rather, the hated Arizona Coyotes — in our city’s first NHL game.
Ally Haynes-Hamblen reflects on her new hometown and the chance to be “in the front seat” when it comes to Southern Nevada’s cultural drive.
Star DJs Tiesto, Kaskade, Steve Aoki and more will team up Nov. 7 at Omnia in Caesars Palace for a concert to benefit victims of the Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.
Taken from Easterseals Nevada was equipment including assistive technology devices that people with disabilities use every day to communicate and improve cognitive skills.
She grew up with braces on her legs — think Forrest Gump — and went on to become a showgirl.
“A Choreographer’s Showcase” was a welcome party of sorts for incoming NBT Artistic Director Roy Kaiser, arriving from Pennsylvania Ballet.
Boulder City’s annual Art in the Park was bucolic as usual Saturday. As chimes tinkled in the gentle breezes and people meandered between booths offering everything from fine-art paintings to clever crafts, those attending were reveling in the usually mundane aspects of life and not focusing on the horrors of the Strip massacre that started their week.