Victoria Lorraine Jones is a dancer, dance instructor and model. She recently created and hosted the Las Vegas Tap Dance Fest.
Jessica Minh Anh has spent six years transforming iconic scenes into high fashion catwalks.
Tara’s friend told her Steve was the last mechanic she would ever need to meet.
At a bar, you might think they are a gang. Most of the members are tatted and wear jackets with the logo of their crew, “Hammer & Cycle,” in a giant red patch on the back.
For years, Amanda “Rawky” Lozano made mix tapes for friends. She would often frequent art and music blogs, but noticed a lack of women represented on these sites.
UNLV professor Josh Bonde teaches paleontology and loves dinosaurs. “Paleontology is just being able to tell a story about a different world, but you don’t actually have to travel that far to be able to see the story.”
The Broken Spectacles is a six-piece rock band that practices on the second floor of the Blind Center of Nevada’s downtown building.
After 15 years of being a hairstylist, Lawrence Reha hit a wall creatively. He left his job and took on the task of creating his own shop, Makeshift Union Cutting & Grooming.
Vicente Perez, owner of Don Vicente Cigar Co., talks about his craft and why he continues the tradition of hand rolled cigars.
“Turquoise Chief”, as he goes by, owns a the store A Traders Turquoise Chief at 1000 Charleston Blvd. in Las Vegas.