Here’s your DJ/club forecast for the coming week. It’s a promising week for high-quality performers.
“America’s Best DJ” Kaskade starts a new winter residency at XS on Friday — without wearing a mouse head, or throwing pies at fans’ faces, unlike other star DJs.
Christ Church Episcopal’s 42nd Annual Lobster Fair runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 19 at the church at 2000 S. Maryland Parkway. Lobsters purchased in advance are $16 live, $18 steamed; orders are due by Oct. 18. Lobsters purchased at the fair — pending availability — will be $18 live, $20 steamed. The fair also will include a bake sale, used-book sale, raffles and live and silent auctions, and clam chowder, Mexican food, sourdough bread and beer and wine will be offered. For details or presales, go to www.LobsterFair.com or call 702-684-7746. …
Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said Thursday that he suspects Sheriff Doug Gillespie colluded with an arbitrator and the police union to broker a contract agreement with raises before the arbitration hearings even took place.
Officials in the recession-racked city of North Las Vegas hope a preliminary shared services agreement announced with the city of Las Vegas Thursday will lead to permanently shared services at a dozen municipal agencies, a move that could save the city millions of dollars in annual staff and administrative costs.
A Mohave County Superior Court jury on Thursday convicted a northwest Arizona resident of the 2012 shooting death of his neighbor in Golden Valley.
When Danielle Greisen gave birth in July to a daughter at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas, she had no idea another infant there had tuberculosis.
If you’re going to see Dane Cook this weekend, you probably know he lost both his parents a year apart, or that his half brother was sentenced to prison for embezzling millions from him.
Scott Carpenter, the second American to orbit the Earth and one of the last surviving original Mercury 7 astronauts has died at 88.