Holidays are a time to give, especially to those less fortunate. Here is the chance to help the Southern Nevada community and give back.
Las Vegas is more than a mecca for tourists. It is home to 2 million residents living in Southern Nevada, many of whom will spend the holidays in Las Vegas. Whether it is a day in snow or enjoying lighting displays, holidays are celebrated in a big way.
Las Vegas is home to several bistros located throughout the Valley. Whether sitting in a sidewalk cafe or overlooking one of the man-made lakes, the food and drink will add to the cosmopolitan flavor that is now part of Southern Nevada cuisine.
Whether an artist from the past or an emerging one, art touches the soul and Las Vegas embraces creativity. With exhibitions and art festivals downtown, on the Strip and northwest, pick a time and place and plan to enjoy some art.
Here are some innovative Thanksgiving craft ideas that you can do with the kids that won’t cost you an arm and a leg and don’t involve tracing your hand to make a turkey.
Las Vegas is not only the wedding capital of the country, but also one of the best places to ask someone to marry you in a romantic spot.
Southern Nevada locals and tourists love a good musical, and Las Vegas offers the opportunity to enjoy a Broadway show of any variety.
Dinner theater has been part of the Las Vegas entertainment scene since the days of the Rat Pack and continues today with comedy and time travel back to medieval times.
Thomas Healing, a police detective in northeast area of Las Vegas, is working with the DEA while pursuing his advanced degree for career promotion and more opportunities.
Casey Flair, Director of Goodie Two Shoes Foundation, uses his psychology degree to help children in need.