Scores of people gathered Sunday in Las Vegas to celebrate the 121st year of Philippine independence. The celebration included a motorcade, food, music and entertainment.
Celine Dion was greeted with a full-throated roar and a standing ovation from the start as she opened her 1,144th and final show Saturday night at the Colosseum.
The theme for this month’s First Friday celebration in downtown Las Vegas was “Beat Street,” and the party was all about sound and music.
The Mayor’s Gallery at Historic Fifth Street School hosts “The Wide View” exhibition, co-presented with Opportunity Village, through Aug. 31.
“Celestia,” the tented wonder at The STRAT, carries an inescapable similarity to the Strip’s predominant production company.
Nancy Good displays new paintings in a two-week pop-up exhibition and Las Vegas Little Theatre’s Vegas Fringe Festival turns 10 in this week’s arts & culture roundup.
Welsh rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen headline the second night of X107.5’s concert series Friday at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Poet Laureate Heather Lang-Cassera wants Clark County residents to pick up pens and create verse.
Fremont Street Experience is famously rife with chainsmokers (lowercase), the Chainsmokers ignited the place Friday night.
“Xperience” follows, and in many ways advances, the concept of a Las Vegas residency.
Wayne Newton, who still owns 45 Arabian horses, says he got chills when he read Lady Gaga’s message about her dying horse.
The great Vegas Golden Knights goalie shared, by coincidence, the red carpet with Derrick Barry, the terrific Britney Spears impressionist.
Little Steven ‘very proud’ of new record, talks optimism, Springsteen, ‘Sopranos’