Lace up those dancing shoes: the Electric Daisy Carnival is officially on as scheduled.
Jason Bracelin once went on tour with Kid Rock so you don’t have to. Prior to first being named the R-J’s music writer in 2006, Bracelin was the music editor for the Cleveland Scene alt-weekly. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois. A Decatur, Ill. native, Bracelin has lived in Las Vegas since 2006.
After surviving ride in which five were killed, he concluded life is short, and will open bicycle shop this week with friend.
The West Side Oasis plans to cater to celebrities and locals alike. Mike Tyson already has stopped by.
A final decision on when the Electric Daisy Carnival will be held this year will be made soon.
A unique two-day event where attendees launch lanterns into the night sky and DJs perform will take place in October at the Dry Jean Lake Bed.
The colors pop like fireworks at the Rockstar Bar, one of first new clubs to open in Las Vegas since the pandemic.
A refurbished, renamed theater and a new outdoor venue will bring the music to Virgin Hotels Las Vegas.
“It was always a home of love and celebrating all of us for who we were. My parents always practiced that. They didn’t care who you were. They didn’t care where you were from,” Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds says.
Laugh along with the Imagine Dragons as they poke fun at themselves in a self-deprecating new video featuring the stars of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”
The Green family’s plight illustrates in wrenching detail the blunt-force impact the pandemic has had on the struggle for many to maintain a roof over their heads.
How Las Vegans are dealing with the emotional strain of the coronavirus.
A Clark County School District educator’s GoFundMe campaign helped a once-homeless family get back on its feet.
As adults wrangle with pandemic fatigue, their kids — and their teachers — are doing the same as they navigate the ins and outs of distance learning.