On Friday night, valley residents enjoyed some Halloween frights at Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.
The actress costars with Kevin Costner in the upcoming film, “Let Him Go.”
Members of the Las Vegas Philharmonic have put together a special performance of “Home Means Nevada” in celebration of Nevada Day.
COVID-19 task force head Jim Murren supported a safe return of live entertainment shows while being part of the show in Las Vegas on Wednesday.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts has laid off previously furloughed workers, accepting the reality that the venue will not be open until after spring 2021.
Chris Ihle was on his way to work as a mortgage banker when he saved an elderly couple from an oncoming train. He soon reassessed his priorities.
Here are a few places in the valley where doing your civic duty can score you a tasty treat.
Owner blames uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 for closure of location at Moon Doggie’s Bar on Arville Street.
“Absinthe” returned to the game packing a pair of aces Wednesday night — original artists from the show’s opening in April 2011.
Elsewhere, there’s a new brunch in Henderson, Fergusons plans an in-person Pour in the Alley, and Joy of Hot Dog reopens with new items.
The Horrorwood Video drive-in in downtown Las Vegas, led by artistic director Troy Heard of Majestic Repertory Theatre, was created as a way for visitors to enjoy a “haunted” attraction from their cars.