Among the mysterious items that stock the store’s shelves are seven piñatas, constructed with cardboard and tissue paper, each representing one of the deadly sins.
Janna Karel joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2016 as a web producer, shooting videos and managing social media for Features. In 2018, she became a Features reporter for the RJ. She previously worked as a travel writer for both a local magazine and television show. She studied education at UNLV.
For the second year in a row, The Sand Dollar Lounge will magically transform into a unique Winter Wonderland pop-up bar.
Meow Wolf is hiring for their mysterious, otherworldly, whimsical Omega Mart experience at Area15.
After moving into their Las Vegas home in 2018, Brett Boyer set to work realizing his dream of running his own bakery, focusing on masterful pastry and locally sourced produce.
Social media users are channeling their frustrations into creating funny memes that combine election anxiety with pop culture.
Members of the Las Vegas Philharmonic have put together a special performance of “Home Means Nevada” in celebration of Nevada Day.
For families looking to get out of the house, and kids who are looking to load up on candy, here are six options for socially distanced and drive-thru events.
Every Halloween, the Garcias convert their backyard into the skeleton-laden set pieces from Pirates of the Caribbean. And their home interior and patio become the Haunted Mansion Holiday.
Kids of all ages can celebrate the holiday, masks and social distancing required, with scares, skeletons, candy and costumes.
Iconic works like the neon Vegas Vickie marquee and murals by familiar Las Vegas artists meld classic and modern within the new resort’s restaurants, casino floor and even the parking garage.
The bar that transformed into the Miracle on Spring Mountain pop-up last Christmas is turning into a spooky Halloween Bar this October.
The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden’s autumn display is populated with mischievous animals, floral creations and whimsical creatures.
The delayed opening of a new Las Vegas lounge may prove timely, as Kamu Ultra Karaoke at the Grand Canal Shoppes offers the usual staples of VIP service partitioned into 40 individual rooms where families, households and “quaranteams” can sing and dance.
Paina Cafe’s mochi doughnuts are just as tasty as they are photogenic.
Tucked away between a shoe repair shop and an astrology studio in southwest Las Vegas is a baby pink and plush toy-filled arcade.