Take a look at some of the most colorful pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including the restoration project at the Seven Magic Mountains sculpture off Interstate 15, the Stanley Cup at the MGM Grand, a Las Vegas Aces game, STEAM Camp and a devastating morning fire near the Las Vegas Strip.
Check out Friday’s scene from the Storm Area 51 events in Rachel and Hiko, Nevada.
Two people were injured in the crash, which occurred Saturday morning in a dry lake bed in Rachel, near the Alienstock festival. One was airlifted to receive medical care.
Friday’s high temperature of 83 was the coolest day of the season so far, but conditions are expected to return to average going into next week.
My Saturday, four-week class, “Fix Your Landscape” will start Oct. 26 in North Las Vegas. This weekly landscaping class will show you design tricks that save water and electricity, plant selections that work, planting methods that are successful and how to fix problems, and irrigation installation and how to water.
Pat Travis, mother of Alienstock founder Connie West, has been cooking biscuits and gravy, pancakes and eggs from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. each morning.
Area 51 Basecamp in Hiko is canceled after a lackluster Day 1, according to event executive producer Keith Wright.
Backstreet Boys, Green Day and Heart brought the heat at the first night of iHeartRadio Music Festival.
The Life is Beautiful music and art festival got underway Friday with thousands jamming downtown Las Vegas to groove to the sounds Billie Eilish, Portugal, The Man and Chance the Rapper.
One person suffered moderate burns after attempting to use a hose to put out a motorcycle that was on fire in the garage of an east valley home Friday night.