The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah, the eight-day winter festival of lights, started Tuesday night and goes through Dec. 20.
Dash the winter blues and celebrate Hanukkah with the Eight Crazy Nights cocktail at La Cave Wine Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas.
Think you’ll be busy in the kitchen on Thanksgiving day? Try preparing a Thanksgiving feast for more than 1,000.
The massive Museum of the Bible, scheduled to open Friday in Washington, has three main exhibit floors, lecture and meeting space, restaurants and a rooftop garden, a ballroom and a 472-seat theater with wraparound projection walls.
It’s the time of year when local religious and nonprofit organizations host craft shows and bazaars to raise money for programs and events ranging from church missions to scholarships. For shoppers, that’s an invitation to hunt for handmade and crocheted items, jewelry, holiday decorations and religious items — not to mention the baked goods — far from crowded malls. Here is a list of organizations hosting charitable events into December.
Where there were two, there is now one. On Aug. 20, the congregations of Unity of Las Vegas and Unity Center in the Valley voted unanimously to merge. The merge was due to the retirement of Unity Center in the Valley’s minister, the Rev. Sophia Falke. The merged churches are known as Unity of Las Vegas.
Purging evil from a chamber of death — that was the purpose of a Roman Catholic priest’s recent visit to the Mandalay Bay hotel room from which a gunman unleashed the Oct. 1 massacre.
The Mormon church’s gradual embrace of the digital age for missionaries took another step forward as the religion announced it is nearly doubling the missions where technology is allowed and swapping out tablets for smartphones.
There was fear. There was confidence. There was rejection. There was acceptance.
It was a fashion show unlike most — actually, just about any — others.