The Biden administration announced $3 billion in funding for a high-speed rail connecting Las Vegas to Southern California on Tuesday.
Desert Air is the best of Desert Companion magazine in audio form — arts and culture coverage, thoughtful commentary, and long-form creative nonfiction. This podcast provides a space for interviews and storytelling unlike any other, connecting Southern Nevadans with each other and their home.
Back for a second year, Desert Companion 's 2023 dining issue encompasses both our annual Restaurant Awards, and our special Street Eats section, honoring both the aspirational and the everyday. And this year's Street Eats has its own theme: Around the World in Vegas, a special project identifying national dishes that are available locally. Happy eating!
The court ruled in favor of a 2017 pardon that had granted the 85-year-old former leader a release on humanitarian grounds but that later was annulled.
SAG-AFTRA's actors, dancers, stunt performers and voice-over actors went on strike for nearly four months before the deal was finally made.
Laine joined Ray Thomas and Mike Pinder to form the Moody Blues and sang lead on the group's first hit, "Go Now." His death comes 50 years after the release of McCartney's "Band on the Run" album.
Three university presidents defended their responses to rising antisemitism in a House committee hearing Tuesday. Many have faced scrutiny as they struggle to balance free speech with student safety.
Their eventual decision in the case could severely limit congressional options in enacting tax policy, and it could cost the federal government trillions of dollars in corporate taxes.
It's been a decade since the last Grand Theft Auto game, and fans have finally gotten what they've been asking for. No, not a new game — but a real trailer and a promised release year.
Move over, Mariah Carey: Brenda Lee's reliable holiday hit, first released during the Eisenhower administration, is the No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 — for the first time ever.
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