The First Friday Foundation said the event was moved up due to forcasted high winds.
Deobra Redden’s attorney, Carl Arnold, said that Redden was pleading not guilty by reason of insanity, and was invoking his right to a speedy trial.
Chef James Trees’ acclaimed restaurant offered its final dinner service ahead of its move to a new downtown Las Vegas location.
Las Vegas is just over a century old, but the city still has its fair share of historic buildings.
A semitractor-trailer rollover in downtown Las Vegas caused delays for morning commuters.
The 10-musical season also includes touring versions of current Broadway hits “Back to the Future: The Musical,” “& Juliet” and “Kimberly Akimbo.”
Chicago’s 50-show run at The Venetian Theatre reflects the venue’s post-“Phantom” dexterity.
The annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Running Series returns to Las Vegas this weekend, meaning motorists should expect traffic impacts on the Strip and downtown.
“Drumline Live,” a touring production inspired the 2002 movie that helped bring HBCU band culture to the mainstream, comes to The Smith Center next week.
Located between Las Vegas Boulevard and Sixth Street, the properties take up almost half a block and make up four retail properties.
The delay also means that chef James Trees’ original Esther’s will be serving for just a bit longer.
Groundbreaking will take place soon for the downtown Las Vegas project, which will include ground-level restaurant and retail space.
Bono and The Edge rolled into The Golden Tiki on Thursday; meantime, Wayne Newton is honored at Wynn.
A report from hospitality analytics firm CoStar found that hotel rates for the region were the highest for a Super Bowl weekend.
For its third-season premiere, “CSI: Vegas” brought 110 members of its cast and crew to film for a day in downtown Las Vegas.