Former Olympic track and field gold medalist Olga Connolly teaching how to be well in Summerlin.
The Vermont jam band Phish played a role in the genesis of the NBA’s Las Vegas Summer League, according to former Thomas & Mack Center director Daren Libonati.
If you’ve watched TV for anytime in Las Vegas, then you already know John Barr will do anything to sell you a car —as long as England isn’t playing in the semifinals of the World Cup.
Action sports star Travis Pastrana successfully jumped the fountains at Caesars Palace Sunday night, completing his attempt to replicate three of legendary daredevil Evel Knievel’s most iconic jumps on the same day.
A few hours after a July 3 postgame fireworks extravaganza (or spectacular), the 51s boarded a bus that would arrive in Fresno, California, in about six hours, contingent upon how long it took to stretch tired legs in Bakersfield.
His nickname on the pro darts circuit is “Voltage.” That’s because until about 18 months ago, Rob Cross, who lives in Hastings on England’s southeast coast, was an electrician.
Richard Harrison wasn’t always a pawn star. He was always The Old Man. But it was his son, Rick, who mostly called him that before he had his own bobblehead doll.
According to the sports arrest database Arrest Nation, the NHL went the entire 2016-17 season without having one of its players, coaches or Zamboni drivers running afoul of the law.
It was June 25, 2014, almost four years ago to the day. It was the day a columnist wrote about the U.S. becoming a force in World Cup soccer.