Las Vegas is so much more than tourist attractions. Many who live here enjoy the printed word in places that encourage interaction, engagement and keeping an American tradition alive.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with any of these fantastic poetry events in Las Vegas.
Women have made great contributions and Las Vegas celebrates these accomplishments, both past and present, as well as supports women today as they create the history of tomorrow. Opportunities include learning, volunteering, mentoring and having fun while exploring the history of women.
Today, technology and television can be powerful influences on children’s lives to the point that they would rather be sedentary than physically active and truly engaged with others. With activities available in structured programs and a day at the park, kids can discover new interests, new goals and a new way of life as they move and leave the video games behind.
Whether visiting or a resident of Southern Nevada, there is no reason to travel to Washington D.C. when there are many ways to celebrate and honor the president during his inauguration in a way unique to Las Vegas.
Eating out in Las Vegas on Thanksgiving Day is not just about turkey and stuffing but also vegan, sushi, Mexican and Americana cuisine choices for celebrating the holiday with friends and family.
Native Americans and their culture are an integral part of Las Vegas, both in the past and present, and continue to influence the residents and tourists of Southern Nevada.
Dogs, cats, birds, snakes and tortoises are just waiting for a loving home and these rescue organizations offer pet adoptions as a great addition to any family.
The owner of an Albuquerque candy store is selling a product she’s calling “meth candy” and is playing off the popularity of the hit TV-show “Breaking Bad.”
Museum exhibitions are part of the Las Vegas experience and 2013 promises to be an exciting year with the opening of one new museum, the transformation of another museum and traveling exhibits making a stop in Southern Nevada. Take a break with the family and visit Las Vegas museums like Discovery Children’s Museum, The Neon Museum and so much more.