The uniquely Vegas production has come a long way since the days of scavenging for casino performance spaces.
UNLV and BYU get reacquainted at T-Mobile Arena.
A next-level tasting at José Andrés’ Bazaar Meat.
“The audience gives you an entirely different sentiment than they do the rest of the year.”
If you aren’t cooking Thanksgiving dinner at home, Las Vegas has plenty of options. OK, Las Vegas has too many options. Whether it’s up and ...
One-fourth of 98 Degrees, singer Jeff Timmons, has lived in Las Vegas for almost seven years.
Four reasons Dragons love Christmas in Vegas.
They’re synced up with a curated list of songs, like Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk,” and Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito.”
The holiday production runs December 9-24 at the Smith Center.
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The title cut is one of the best-selling songs of all time.
The violinist released Warmer in the Winter in October.
Melody Sweets, Clint Holmes and … Tournament of Kings?
‘It really is a comment on where we are as a culture and a society right now.”
If your Thanksgiving dinner plans don’t involve cooking at home, this is a good city to be in. Not only do many properties on the ...
Plus, The Nutcracker at the Smith Center, college hoops at Orleans Arena and movies and skating at Cosmo.
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It was a huge hit last year, a relaxed, industry-oriented party where attendees wore ugly holiday sweaters.
From the annual KLUC Toy Drive to the sparkling lights of the Magical Forest, these are a few of our favorite things.
Stop-motion animation, a stoner yuletide and a legit Christmas demon.
The 11-track album compiles all of the Vegas band's previously released holiday singles, plus a new take on "I'll Be Home For Christmas."
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“I’ll be OK, others will relocate, but the opportunity for that synergy in one place? That’s what the city is losing.”
The flow of professional sports teams to Las Vegas continues, with another new franchise joining the fray. The Las Vegas Rollers of World TeamTennis began ...
What to order at the Steamie Weenie, Sausagefest and Dirt Dog.
The southwest eatery’s Black on Black bowl arrives as a beautiful cauldron of egg-based strings, sliced chashu pork, miso-braised ground pork, calamari and bean sprouts. ...
He’s got massive hit movie musicals under his belt—2012’s ‘Les Misérables’ and 2017’s ‘The Greatest Showman’—and a stack of Playbills reaching back to a 1998 ...
It’s the dog days of summer, and desert dwellers may be tempted to stay inside until Halloween. But they’d be missing out on some very ...
For do-it-yourself furniture hunters with a soft spot for thrifting and refurbing, here are a few antique eras to keep an eye out for and ...
As far as desert jobs go, Bryan Sloan might have one of the most unusual — a yacht captain. We chatted with Sloan to ...
Walking through feels like next-level Vegas sensory overload, a colorful carnival of things to touch and play and Instagram.
Born in Libya to Albanian parents, Gashi lived with his family in 24 different countries before settling in Brooklyn during the late 1990s. That’s when ...
The U.K. duo teamed with Kaskade and rising vocalist Roméo on May track “Go Slow,” demonstrating Gorgon City’s ability to straddle the underground and the ...
Cool down with a Penichillin at the Venetian or a Guava Chi Chi off the Strip.
Are you ready to step inside a chocolate chip cookie?
His new band opens up for one of his original idols, Howard Jones, at the Cannery on July 13.
Headlining will be Mustard, who’s having a moment with the recent release of ‘Perfect Ten,’ his highest-charting album ever.
With a solidified new lineup and a memorable new record, now is the time to catch Chris Crisci and company.
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Unraveling Identity at Sahara West Library feels like a public service announcement on sexual and gender diversity.
The four acts perform July 19 at Park Theater.