The annual Bling Bling Jam convention hosted a Christmas in July-themed parade along the Fremont Street Experience.
Chase Stevens was named assistant photo editor at the RJ in April 2023. He started shooting for the paper as a freelancer in 2012 and is a UNLV graduate. Chase has worked for clients and outlets that range from the Associated Press and USA Today to Caesars Entertainment and the Las Vegas News Bureau. He was recently recognized by the National Press Photographers Association for his work on the Oregon Standoff. He has also earned multiple first place awards from the Nevada Press Association.
The extravagant art form has had a presence here for decades, whether it was famed performer Lili St. Cyr headlining the El Rancho in the ’50s or “Ladies of Barry Ashton’s Wonderful World of Burlesque” at the Silver Slipper in the ’70s, among others.
On July 31, 1969, one of the most famous performers of all time stepped onto the stage to begin his residency at the International. Decades later, Elvis’ influence in Las Vegas remains large as ever.
Showgirls and entertainers come together to celebrate the City of Las Vegas’ founding by holding the first ever Las Vegas Showgirl Parade.
Mondays Dark kicked off its 2022 season with a “#WeFreedBritney” show Monday night at The Space.
Thursday night saw the audience deliver a standing ovation in response to the opening night of “The Craft: an Unauthorized Musical Parody” at Majestic Repertory Theatre in the Arts District of downtown Las Vegas.
From its feel-good communal swirl to its emphasis on arts and culture — the galleries, the sidewalk performers, the dancers — First Friday is the Arts District’s monthly block party, and everyone’s invited.
Drag queen Elliott Puckett, who goes by Elliott with 2 Ts, made a special guest appearance at The Garden Las Vegas’ “Bottomless Drag Brunch” show this past weekend.
The Horrorwood Video drive-in in downtown Las Vegas, led by artistic director Troy Heard of Majestic Repertory Theatre, was created as a way for visitors to enjoy a “haunted” attraction from their cars.
Thousands of Nevadans gathered Saturday morning in Carson City to celebrate the state’s diverse and encapsulating history.