Clergy members express disappointment, mixed with understanding, at going back to 50-person limit in live services.
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.
Evan Thompson waved the flag for generations of Nellis pilots as they used the range near Beatty.
Laura Thornton was a casino manager during an era when relatively few women held such jobs.
She came to Las Vegas in 1961, “fell in love” with the mountains and helped create the national conservation area.
Turning this page is bittersweet for longtime owner Myrna Donato, who has co-owned the Las Vegas used bookshop for 39 years.
Time has run out for Amber Unicorn Books. The venerable Las Vegas used bookstore will close its doors in late November.
Cultural theorist and poet Fred Moten is one of 21 MacArthur Foundation fellows for 2020.
Las Vegas Valley residents began returning to churches this weekend as in-person religious services at many churches commenced for the first time in months.
With gathering limits increasing to 250, clergy across the valley are ready to welcome the faithful to what may be the first in-person worship services since March.
The new Storytelling Garden will offer a place to gather and share stories near the Healing Garden.