The Hello Kitty Cafe opens Friday, July 12th, 2019, between New York, New York and Park MGM on the Las Vegas Strip. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)
Tourism Director Brenda Scolari and Commission Vice Chair Cynthia Mun are ready to work on state tourism initiatives despite the loss of resigning Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall.
Las Vegas’ Arts District has emerged as a vital, creative neighborhood that welcomes big and small dreamers alike — but will it become a victim of its own success?
Fawn Douglas is curating an exhibition at the Donna Beam Gallery called “Ah’-Wah-Nee” which explores the equilibrium that she and the contributing artists engage with as Native American women.
Twenty years ago, Las Vegas became the first North American city to host a City of Asylum program to shelter refugee writers.
Vickie’s Diner has reopened in the renewed Commercial Center complex. And this time, the city got it right.
The former Las Vegas resident got on her bike in 2014 and has amassed an international cult following of riders and runners who spend time sweating and much more with her each day.
Yonder Escalante, a new resort between Bryce Canyon National Park and the town of Escalante in Utah, is a fresh, polished take on the old camping experience.
Fresh air and sunshine are known to boost well-being — and there’s nothing like a hot bath to melt away stress. Why not combine all three, and visit a relaxing natural hot spring?
Health care workers and family shared stories and laughs Saturday as they remembered a local nurse who died last year of COVID-19.
From its feel-good communal swirl to its emphasis on arts and culture — the galleries, the sidewalk performers, the dancers — First Friday is the Arts District’s monthly block party, and everyone’s invited.
The Nevada Highway Patrol is experiencing a mass exodus of troopers in 2021, according to the union that represents them.
Starting a different quarterback for the third consecutive game, UNLV managed only 130 yards of offense against Iowa State on Saturday night at Allegiant Stadium.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal was named the state’s best newspaper and best news website and won top individual honors at the Nevada Press Foundation Awards of Excellence dinner Saturday night in Reno.
The Clark County School District reports 728 new COVID-19 cases so far this month, but the overall impact is not clear because it isn’t saying how many have been “excluded.”
The Life is Beautiful festival has returned to downtown Las Vegas after a one-year hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic.