Though the name isn’t technically accurate anymore, Overweight Hikers for Health’s objective remains the same: sociable hiking more focused on fun than on logging miles.
John Przybys is a features writer who covers lifestyle topics, trends, popular culture, health and books. A native of Bedford, Ohio and a graduate of Kent State University, he covered news beats at papers in Ohio for 10 years before moving to Las Vegas to join the Review-Journal features staff.
Valentine’s is the motivation behind Andrea Bocelli’s current tour, which includes an upcoming stop in Las Vegas.
The Tony award-winning musical “The Band’s Visit” performs Feb. 15-20 at The Smith Center.
This year’s celebration of Black History Month is as varied as Southern Nevada’s African American community.
Michael Green, an associate professor of history at UNLV, recently added to the body of Abraham Lincoln literature with “Lincoln and Native Americans,” which examines Lincoln’s actions regarding Native Americans.
The Las Vegas High Rollers are making a mark in the world of wheelchair rugby.
Troy Wade’s career ranged from the Nevada test site to the atomic testing museum.
Las Vegan Preston Oliver is set to begin his second season in Disney time travel series “Secrets of Sulphur Springs.”
Former Opportunity Village fundraiser Linda Smith shares stories from a career in philanthropy in her book.
It’s amazing what a handful of pocket change can do. Buy food for families in need. Provide housing and comfort during a medical crisis. Help people enjoy the holiday season.
The Chambers-Grundy Center at UNLV works to fight Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases.
The annual holiday extravaganza premieres Saturday at The Smith Center, returning after a pandemic-related hiatus.
A new “Las Vegas Luminaries” mural features Las Vegas cultural groundbreakers.
Nevada’s Indigenous languages are endangered, but there are efforts underway to preserve them.
It’s as if Bradley Whitford had been preparing to play Ebenezer Scrooge since he was a kid.