After losing her job in the pandemic, Amanda Quintanilla decided to open a skate shop in the Arts District of Las Vegas.
Glivell joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal in January 2022 as a Digital/Social Media intern. She is a recent graduate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. During her time spent at UNLV, Glivell was a staff writer for the newspaper The Scarlet and Gray Free Press contributing to the Arts & Entertainment, Opinion and Culture sections. She is the youngest of two and the first in her family to graduate from college. She is a proud first generation Cuban-American with a passion for espresso and traveling the world.
Katya Echazarreta, the first Mexican-born woman to go to space, came to Las Vegas to speak to teens and encourage them to pursue a higher education.
On Wednesday afternoon the After School All Stars Las Vegas announced the expansion of their program with a nearly $5 million dollar grant from the Clark County School District.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada has partnered with Clark County School District to offer free transportation for eligible high school students.
Las Vegas police say they’ve arrested a man they believe to be associated with car thefts in the valley.
Worldwide used vaccine, Novavax now available for adults in Clark County.
Business owner Ruby Romero sits down with the Review-Journal to discuss art, culture and what influenced her personal style.
The weekend has brought the average Las Vegas gas prices up yet again.
Don’t miss out on the biggest travel deal of the summer for 2022 flights.
The incoming Southern California freshman and survivor of a house party shooting has graduated from Spring Valley High School.