Debbie Isaacs produced “Ghosts of Goldfield,” which she unselfconsciously calls “the most horrible horror movie ever.”
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Writers, artists, musicians — chefs, too — to take part in free, all-ages event at Historic Fifth Street School on Saturday.
Las Vegas nail artist Andrea Lipomi loves Halloween and figures that even fingernails can be part of a good costume.
Yale Younger Poets honorees will read their work at The Writer’s Block in celebration of the award’s 100th anniversary.
In 2007, the Guinness Book of World Records named George Bell the tallest living man in the U.S.
A new garden near the Oct. 1 Healing Garden conceived as a place to share stories.
Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas is just one of the places in the Silver State where tales of otherworldly experiences abound.
Buffeted by financial challenges, owner of Amber Unicorn Books unveils GoFundMe, ponders closure or sale.
The best-selling novelist, a Henderson resident, will be inducted in a ceremony in November in Reno.
The wonders of nature will offer a pleasant addition to the music of the poetry when Clark County Poet Laureate Heather Lang-Cassera hosts a daylong poetry retreat.
Mark Grenier fielded a phone call 30 years ago and kids with cancer still benefit.