Neon, the Review-Journal’s weekly entertainment and activities section, returns Friday for the first time since the Strip came to a screeching, pandemic-related halt in March 2020.
Christopher Lawrence escaped his native Kentucky without an accent thanks to the thousands of hours he spent in front of a television as a child. That’s also why he never learned how to ride a bicycle. He’s been writing about TV and movies since his days at Murray State University, when the school’s basketball coach had him reassigned at the student newspaper after just one story about the team. He’s been a professional TV critic since 2000, the Review-Journal’s TV critic since 2005 and its movie critic since 2012.
Started with borrowed money and operated on a shoestring, Pahrump’s independent TV station — and its eccentric, heartfelt characters — gets the HBO treatment.
Disney has cited the increase in cases here as the reason it’s keeping its executives and stars away from the annual gathering of the National Association of Theatre Owners.
With new episodes debuting on Discovery+, the paranormal investigator touts the quality of their visuals and audio while trumpeting the lack of outside distractions.
One of the most notorious armored car thefts in the city’s history is depicted through a mix of interviews and provocative re-enactments.
Kataluna Enriquez has become the first openly transgender contestant to advance to the Miss USA Pageant.
This weekend’s “F9” kicks off something of a return to normalcy for the summer/fall movie season.
A look at how Lake Mead, one of the largest manmade lakes in the world, and Lake Las Vegas, one of the largest manmade lakes in Southern Nevada, compare.
From creativity to heartbreak to finding family members to lean on, this is how they endured.
The Aladdin hotel and its ties to the Detroit mob in the late 1970s are explored in new episodes of the podcast. Also featured: Wayne Newton and Johnny Carson’s feud.
Beethoven symphonies will be paired with works by living American composers each night.