Las Vegas might have experienced a sunny winter, but flowers bloom in the desert in spring and so does fashion. Stylist and publisher of LV Style Couture magazine, Laura Rubeli, shares tips to make any wardrobe trendy for 2015.
Easter is a celebration of new life and rebirth. A time when the world around us somehow seems cleaner and brighter. It’s also the time of year when families gather to celebrate together and when children enjoy traditions such as egg coloring, Easter egg hunts, face painting, festivals and treats. In Las Vegas, there are a multitude of events leading up to Easter Sunday, each of them focusing on the family and, especially, the children.
Here’s a list of the five best places to dry off and enjoy a refreshing beverage in the Sin City.
Here’s a look at some of the mouthwatering Passover treats available at Las Vegas bakeries this April and–in some cases–all year long.
The 2014-15 season continues with theater productions including touring Broadway performances on college campuses and arts districts celebrating life, exploring jealousy and breaking the fourth wall.
There are many national parks and recreation areas within shouting distance of Sin City with beautiful scenery, stunning rock formations, water and a vast variety of vegetation and wildlife, depending upon elevation.
Everyone needs a break, but when kids are out of school on spring break, parents wonder what their kids can do to fill their time. This expert has come up with tips to keep children active while adding continuing education.
Here are five Las Vegas venues sure to score a slam dunk with college basketball fans during March Madness.
This Easter Sunday, hop on over to these delectable Las Vegas restaurants for a tasty Easter brunch you won’t soon forget.
Satisfy a sweet tooth with a choice of different candies and chocolates in a variety of candy shops in Las Vegas.