Donations of pet blankets, dog and cat food, kitty litter, dog beds, toys, treats and similar items are needed.
John Przybys is a features writer who covers lifestyle topics, trends, popular culture, health and books. A native of Bedford, Ohio and a graduate of Kent State University, he covered news beats at papers in Ohio for 10 years before moving to Las Vegas to join the Review-Journal features staff.
One of the most festive holidays on the Jewish calendar may be even more welcome than usual this year, especially at Congregation Ner Tamid where the story of Purim is told by some seriously cute canines.
Mob Museum’s March offerings include vintage slots and a two-part presentation on legal gambling in Nevada.
Paul R. Williams may not be a household name, but many of the homes, churches and other buildings he designed stand as testament to his impact in Las Vegas.
Pastor says his church never recovered from COVID-related cancellation of live Easter service.
A Mob Museum panel discussion will feature four African-American pioneers and chroniclers of the African-American experience here.
It’s an obvious question, and the most common one survivors of the Holocaust hear “How Did You Survive?”
Dr. Marvin Bernstein remembered for teaching prowess, humor, friendship.
Siegfried Fischbacher, half of the legendary illusion team Siegfried & Roy, has died in Las Vegas from cancer.
Ease of use, compatibility and health concerns drive home tech.
Beverly Ann Goodman had ‘selfless generosity and an insatiable love of music,’ writes Rodgers, who was a founding member of the band Chic.
Joe Neal, Nevada’s first African-American state senator who served nearly three decades in the legislative chamber and championed the poor and working-class, has died.
Phyllis McGuire, who rose to popular music stardom as a member of The McGuire Sisters, has died.
Neon Museum artist in residence Victor Ehikhamenor’s work available in virtual exhibition.