A $5 million federal grant will help pay for the expansion of two North Las Vegas parks.
While most yoga classes feature conventional poses such as downward-facing dog or the warrior pose, Wednesday’s yoga class at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park featured a new pose called the “super mommy.”
Saturday was free fishing day across the state, the one day a year when anyone was free to catch their limit without a fishing license.
Attendees also can participate in attempt to set world record for most life jackets worn on one day.
LVL Up Expo celebrated different fandoms for a weekend of shopping, competition and dress-up at the Cashman Center. “We’re trying to reach every inch of the fandom and nerd culture out here and just bring it all together,” co-founder Colten Pipkin said.
Maybe it just comes with having to live in a desert, but we Southern Nevadans know how to summer in style.
Knife throwers competed over the weekend during the three-day U.S. Nationals Pro/Am Knife & Tomahawk Championship at the Superhero Foundry in Las Vegas.
On Sunday, about 100 people and a few dogs took a walk on the wildflower side down the Ash Grove Trail. The mile-and-a-half-long trail took people past a native grove of trees and a wash and into a sea of colors.
Starting Saturday, visitors will have an extra hour to enjoy the scenic loop at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Spring may be the best time to visit Zion National Park, offering delights unique to the season. You can get double your value for springtime days spent here by participating in the varied educational workshops offered through the Zion Canyon Field Institute.