The weather in Las Vegas is amazing in the fall. If you’re planning a fall wedding, take it outside at one of these outdoor wedding venues.
Theater is thriving in Las Vegas with touring and resident shows along with original works and interpretations of humorous and insightful plays that inspire and entertain.
Artists and other creative types have created The Las Vegas Arts District in the neighborhood known as 18b. This eclectic neighborhood features arts, food, historic buildings redesigned and offers a feel of Las Vegas combining the past of the neighborhood with the 21st century.
Start hitting home runs with practice from Las Vegas’ best batting cages.
Headed out to watch the big game? Here are a few sports bars around town where you can enjoy food, drinks and maybe a little betting action.
Beat the heat during these final days of summer with a refreshing ice cream sundae. From sundaes made with alcoholic flavors to sundaes made with edible gold, here’s a look at some of Las Vegas’ coolest concoctions.
To busy to head to the mall? Use these tips from local fashion editor Susan Stapleton to find the best deals on the net.
Ever wondered what it would be like to take a tour in the African Rainforest, ride a train in the 20th century or shoot a Tommy gun? There are museums in Southern Nevada that can offer a tour throughout the centuries for all interests.
There’s something magical about playing basketball outside on a hot summer’s evening at a well-maintained and accessible court. When the lights come on, the magic begins, and thoughts of fitness and exercise fly away as you jump, dribble and shoot some hoops.
Whether it’s camping or boating, a visit to a park, a barbecue, mini golf or horseback riding, everything is available for your leisure time fun when you are in the Valley during Labor Day weekend.