Even in a year as monstrous as this, there were still things worth celebrating.
Christopher Lawrence is the movie critic for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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Around 800,000 doses of the vaccine are expected to be in place for the start of the rollout on Tuesday, a day that British Health Secretary Matt Hancock has reportedly dubbed as “V-Day,” a nod to triumphs in World War II.
Construction of the new Las Vegas Convention Center West Hall is 95 percent complete and on track for a Dec. 14 completion with workers doing finishing work now.
Stocks dropped suddenly on Wall Street Tuesday afternoon after President Donald Trump ordered a stop to negotiations with Democrats over another round of stimulus for the economy.
Even if you’re lucky enough to still have your mother, and have a good relationship with her, there’s a very real probability you won’t see her this year.
Smart & Final, 99 Ranch Market and Costco are requiring face coverings for employees and customers, and limiting the number of people in a party.
Streaming usage in Las Vegas jumped 65 percent during the week after Gov. Steve Sisolak’s direction for residents to “Stay Home for Nevada.”
Of the more than 50 pilot episodes commissioned for the 2020-21 season, just one was completed before Hollywood sent everyone home.
Your time away from others could be so very much worse, as shown by these movies about being alone.
Now may not be the best time to splurge on a slew of streaming services, so try some of these sources of free content.
The actress and producer has shows set up or already available on Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, Apple TV+ and Quibi.
Promotion for the political satire about liberal elites kidnapping rural Americans and hunting them for sport is focusing on complaints.
The way pandemics are portrayed on screen could convince you never to leave your house again. But some of these movies contain useful advice.
We’re in the middle of a renaissance of sorts when it comes to high-profile movies and TV shows with strong ties to Las Vegas.