For those too afraid to gaze into The Black Hole with their own eyes, we’ve curated a slideshow of the most fearsome fans.
Mike Shoro is a digital reporter and Raiders social producer. He previously reported on crime and breaking news for the Review-Journal. A University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduate, and a Chicago suburbs native. Prior to joining the R-J, he worked at several news organizations in Nebraska. Father to an unruly rabbit.
The Golden Knights, like the rest of the NHL, partner with You Can Play, a nonprofit initiative that promotes LGBT inclusion in sports.
“Backyard Adventures,” a new exhibit at the Springs Preserve, encourages people to walk outside and rediscover the beauty outside their back door.
Thousands of origami Japanese maple leaves billow above the Aria’s main lobby to celebrate the turn of the season.
Beneath the Nevada State Museum hides an incomprehensible accounting of the state’s history waiting to be unearthed and displayed in the right exhibit.
It’s summer this fall at the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Indian Summer, to be exact.
An unwitting stowaway stray cat was lucky to escape with at least one of its nine lives after a 15.5-mile hitchhike across the Las Vegas Valley.
Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat, home to 20 species of birds, five species of fish, turtles and crayfish, is a quiet, relaxing space, right on the Las Vegas Strip.
Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown hasn’t yet suited up for his new team, and, if The Onion is to be believed (it’s not, so don’t), he won’t get the chance.