Former newspaper reporter A.D. Hopkins explores the inhospitality of 1960s western Virginia.
John Przybys is a features writer who covers lifestyle topics, trends, popular culture, health and books. A native of Bedford, Ohio and a graduate of Kent State University, he covered news beats at papers in Ohio for 10 years before moving to Las Vegas to join the Review-Journal features staff.
Author Alex Berenson chose to give his latest book a provocative title, one that played off the 1936 film “Tell Your Children” — later known as “Reefer Madness.”
Poet Laureate Heather Lang-Cassera wants Clark County residents to pick up pens and create verse.
“Half-Persian” K-von’s life provides inspiration for his comedy. For a week in early June, he’ll headline at the L.A. Comedy Club at The Strat.
Local filmmaker’s first full-length movie filmed amid the shelves of used bookstore.
The famed DJ and music producer signs copies of his “Neon Future” comic book series at Torpedo Comics.
Former Opportunity Village fundraiser Linda Smith’s memoir also is a tribute to her late son.
When the dog-loving owners of Gamblers General Store needed a mural, kitsch was the answer.
Anthony Brasich, 71, is the first patient in the world to participate in Phase I clinical trials of an experimental drug called ARV-110.
The third annual Believer Festival brings ideas to sites throughout Southern Nevada.
The Believer Festival concludes its third annual edition with events downtown and at UNLV.
The new East Las Vegas Library will offer a wide-ranging slate of services to residents.
Ann-Marie Pereth has turned her love of theater into a Las Vegas theater company.
In 1988, at age 26, Foley was diagnosed as HIV-positive. Today, he says he’s lucky to be alive and will gather with family and friends to celebrate that simple fact.