Approaching its 50th anniversary, the organization assists children in Clark County’s family court and juvenile justice systems.
Janna Karel joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2016 as a web producer, shooting videos and managing social media for Features. In 2018, she became a Features reporter for the RJ. She previously worked as a travel writer for both a local magazine and television show. She studied education at UNLV.
Super Summer Theatre kicks off its 2019 series with “Into the Woods” next week, and director Joe Hynes ensures it will be magical — for more reasons than one.
It’s the second company to announce tenancy in Area15, the experiential commerce complex set to open in Las Vegas this December.
Nevada Ballet Theatre will close its 47th season with the Las Vegas premiere of Septime Webre’s “Alice (In Wonderland)” this weekend.
This variation of the mint julep is one of five drinks on Electra Cocktail Club’s secret julep menu.
It was in cozy rooms not unlike this one, filled with artists, discussion and performance, that Gertrude Stein had hosted her famous salons at 27 rue de Fleurus in the early 1900s.
The ephemeral nature of the pop-up is taking on the permanence of a tattoo.
China Poblano at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas makes this novel take on the classic cocktail: the Salt Air Margarita.
The exhibit may replicate the infinite, but its time in Las Vegas is anything but.
In May, Roy Kaiser will officially wrap his first season as Nevada Ballet Theatre’s artistic director.
In a land far, far away — or roughly a four-hour drive from Las Vegas — “Star Wars” is about to come to life.
Martha Steele has bright blue eyes, pride in reaching her 90s, a love of dance and a devoted nephew who dances alongside her. She also has Parkinson’s disease.
It’s the gesture that many Las Vegas visitors make when they first walk down Las Vegas Boulevard. It can accompany the first sighting of a famous building or precede the landing of a harnessed stranger leaping off an 1,150-foot-tall tower.