Anthony Zuiker says Las Vegas isn’t the same place he left almost two decades ago, when the TV show he’d created — “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” — debuted on CBS, spawning one of the most successful franchises in television history.
Carol Cling was an arts writer and movie critic at the Review-Journal before retiring in 2018. From Orange County, California, Cling graduated with honors from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and studied screenwriting at the American Film Institute and the BBC in London.
The show has ended, but the band plays on.
Outside Bellagio, extravagant fountains shoot choreographed water jets into the desert air multiple times an hour.
It was definitely not love at first sight when I arrived in Las Vegas — in November 1983 — to interview for a Review-Journal reporting job.
It all began with a bang. And Wednesday, two decades later to the day, the Las Vegas Philharmonic returns to when, and where, it all started: the Fourth of July, in Summerlin.
Racial prejudice. Religious persecution. Gender equality. Those ripped-from-the-headlines topics may be timely, but they’re also timeless — as the 57th annual Utah Shakespeare Festival, launching this weekend in Cedar City, demonstrates.
It was just supposed to be a silly summer show.
Nicholas Yust said he hopes the piece will resonate with Las Vegas residents.
‘She Loves Me’