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As professional sports take the valley by storm, youth programs are teaching grit and good sportsmanship — and creating tomorrow’s stars.
These coaches, mentors, and role models inspire kids to excel in more than sports.
Parents must be their child-athlete’s staunchest advocates when it comes to recognizing and treating head injuries on Southern Nevada’s fields, courts, and rinks.
Here’s why Nevada should worry about the Justice Department’s recent opinion about internet gambling.
Lou Ruvo Center expands work on athletes’ brain health.
As the Writer’s Block prepares to open later this month, we look back at an earlier chapter of the valley’s indie book-seller story.
The closure of the quirky petting zoo suggests a new era for Red Rock: from recreation area to suburban enclave.
It’s been a year since the Parkland shooting raised awareness about school safety nationwide, including in Nevada. What’s happened since then?
Las Vegas girls are grappling their way to excellence in wrestling.
The latest buzz on the sweet world of honey in the desert.
It’s spring, and if your thoughts turn to the reckless fun of careening along a wire way above ground, well, Las Vegas has some ziplines for you.
A two-decade retrospective of Sush Machida’s artwork vividly illustrates the evolving ways he has remixed the traditional and the modern.
Globetrotting flavors spice up Flamingo Road near Decatur Boulevard.
A fabric-based public art project aims to bring UNLV’s art department closer to the community.
You might recall the episode of The Simpsons where Lisa explains to Homer that ham, bacon, and pork chops all come from the same creature. “Right, Lisa — some wonderful, magical animal."
A talk with visiting playwright Adam Szymkowicz.
Music, lectures, literature and theater to keep you entertained and educated!
Spectacles to savor are on the menu at these new Strip restaurants.
I do wonder whether this era of immersive digitalia is creating a generational wave of drooly and glaze-eyed slothchildren. I’m happy to see my dystopian pessimism challenged by this month’s feature, “More Than Child’s Play,” by Matt Jacob.
Droll, odd, poignant, and awkward moments from the many Marches of Las Vegas history
For aspiring comedians, breaking in means open-mic nights, small audiences, and jokes that don’t work — but at least you’re not alone.
An adventurer, author, and savvy political strategist, Jessie Frémont is an unsung Western icon.