There’s only one thing that has ever sent a shiver up our spines, ever: looking in the mirror.
It’s where you’ll find Bryce Harper lounging at times during the off-season and CEOs rubbing shoulders with restaurateurs. It’s where rock stars sip a Jameson on the rocks.
Get A Haircut in downtown Las Vegas is packed with album covers and posters of Kiss, Wasp, Quiet Riot, Warrant.
Love it or loathe it, the Phantom of the Opera swoops back into town Wednesday, in all its grandeur and glory — swinging chandelier, soaring songbook and all.
If you’ve ever seen a necklace, bracelet or ring and thought it would be just perfect — if only the stones were a different color, or if it were made of silver instead of gold — the new Kendra Scott boutique at Fashion Show mall will hold special appeal.
Fact: Eighty-three percent of women admit they dedicate more time to their skin care routine than their love life.
Triple-digit temperatures challenge even the best skin care routine — more perspiration can clog the purest of pores. If skin is oily or troubled, the heat often complicates the situation.
Jessica Minh Anh was one of thousands of visitors to Hoover Dam last week, and like most everyone, she posed for pictures in front of the man-made marvel.
The District of Columbia has won back-to-back Miss USA titles. Kara McCullough, a 25-year-old chemist working for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, was crowned Sunday during the event that took place at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on the Strip.
Five of the contestants vying for the Miss USA title have a message to immigrant girls and women watching the pageant this weekend: Set goals, work hard and don’t stay in the shadows.