Is the proliferation of public art more about photo ops and marketing?
“Whenever music is performed publicly, there’s an obligation to make sure the songwriter is being compensated properly."
The facility would have an obstacle course and tennis-ball machine for dogs and cocktails and snacks for humans.
A new group of internationally-renown street artists have left their mark on Downtown.
Having trouble coming to terms with what it means to be an American in these vitriolic times, I decided to focus a day on what ...
The Valley boasts dozens of nature and urban trails, and this map tells you where to find them.
For all our bellyaching about Nevada’s beleaguered education system, rehabilitating it plainly isn't a priority.
An experiential streetscape with 106-year old cottages, interactive exhibits and a train ride is due to open in February.
Las Vegan Chris Hood creates a fantasy-based mobile game in the vein of Pokemon Go.
The likeness of a 48-foot-long, 1.5-ton monster snake is the center of a new Las Vegas Natural History Museum exhibit.
The urban core lacks green spaces, but an effort to make the most of recovered land is in full swing.
The museum's offices are giving way to a 1,300 square-foot museum store, run in partnership with Vegas-based Marshall Retail Group.
There's a Lord of the Rings machine, too, and ... what? Dolly Parton?
The Crank crew also runs a bicycle valet at Downtown events and works with local charities to get bikes to folks in need.
Margaret Cho, Charli XCX, Tyler Glenn and more will perform at various LGBT events this month.