Remember Ghostbar? If you could withstand lines longer than one of the runways at Harry Reid International Airport, you do.
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.
From comedian Michael Yo to artist Zoe Camper, take a look at Las Vegas entertainers and artists who are set for a breakthrough in 2022.
Massive tech convention smaller this year, but still big on innovation
Pandemic leaves Southern Nevada’s tech and consumer electronics convention smaller than usual — but still darn big.
The 12-hour marathon of music, interactive art installation pieces, food trucks, games, carnival rides and more will feature art cars, sound camps, and Burning Man veterans aiming to bring the spirit of that event to Las Vegas.
A beloved hip-hop troupe. A hated pharma bro. The most expensive piece of music ever sold. That’s where this story begins, really.
For years, Nevada’s Kataluna Enriquez struggled to be heard as a transgender woman. Now, she’s vying for the title of Miss USA.
Thundercat, Madlib among other stand-outs during the three-day hip-hop and R&B festival’s opening night.
Here’s what to look for as Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator, Doja Cat and others hit town.
Overcoming severe learning disabilities, the Winner twins published their first novel at age 12. Now, one of them is battling blindness.
Once the definitive Vegas book, what does Hunter S. Thompson’s classic say about us now?
Travis Scott will not perform Saturday at the Day N Vegas festival, according to a report from Variety.