Artist Brian Henry’s “High Noon,” a show of mixed media focused on iconic signs is set to run through May 28 at Kleven Contemporary inside the Emergency Arts buildling at 520 E. Fremont St.
The RTC added 20 electric bikes to its bike share fleet after a successful trial run in March.
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center has hosted more than 500 music shows, and nearly 100 viewing parties.
First Street, from East Clark Avenue to East Bonneville Avenue, will shut down to traffic and pedestrians starting Monday and lasting through February 2021.
Others include Market in the Alley, a rally to oppose renaming of Debbie Reynolds Drive and a forum presented by Metro at The Mob Museum.
Las Vegas artist Izaac Zevalking (aka: Recycled Propaganda) thought it was time to upsize a design he created about a year and a half ago.
Other events include meeting a local author at book signing, First Friday in the Arts District.
Hotel Apache itself dates to 1932, a time when Model Ts parked outside the property and guests were titillated to ride the first electric elevator ever in Las Vegas.
Here’s one way to guarantee a good breakfast: Invite the owners of a place you like to open in your building. That’s how Broken Yolk Cafe came to be part of the plans for the SL Building.
The Pop 2000 tour, hosted by Lance Bass, will feature performances by O-Town, Aaron Carter, Ryan Cabrera and Tyler Hilton.