The beautiful weather makes this a great time of year to do some bar hopping (or crawling) outside of the controlled climate of the big casinos.
Chef Shaun King is making a habit of using food festivals to announce his big career moves. King, who revealed he was exiting David Chang’s Momofuku when he appeared in a different restaurant’s booth at Whiskey in the Wilderness in early March, surprised attendees of UNLVino’s Grand Tasting on Saturday by appearing alongside San Francisco Chef Charles Phan to serve samples from the upcoming Forum Shops outpost of Phan’s Slanted Door. King confirmed he’ll be running the local kitchen for Phan when the restaurant opens in late summer.
Those who like to support local businesses and sample local products will find the best concentration in an unlikely spot: a Henderson industrial park.
After condensing the festival to a single evening last year, it returned this year to a three-night series of events spread throughout the valley.
UNLV sophomore Polly Mack shot a second straight 2-over 74 to help the Rebels remain in fourth place after the second round of the Mountain West Championship on Tuesday at Mission Hills Country Club.
Ann Marie Pereth, founder of A Public Fit Theatre Company, speaks to the Review-Journal about which play she would see every day if only given one option. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A fundraiser and education event is planned Wednesday in the memory of 12-year-old Jonathan Smith, who was hit and killed by a motorist last month.
The Las Vegas Valley saw cooler temperatures and rain Tuesday afternoon. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)
“We had just left and went to an early dinner at a restaurant in Paris, Frenchie, and the chef came in and told everyone Notre Dame was burning,” Luxor President Cliff Atkinson said.
A single emotion swirled through Golden Knights center Pierre-Edouard Bellemare’s head as the Frenchman saw the Notre Dame Cathedral engulfed in flames Monday: sadness.