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There’s a T-shirt out there that says, “Don’t California My Nevada.”
We asked, “What’s the last ‘normal life’ photo in your phone before the shutdown?” You gave us a glimpse into a long-ago yesterday.
A two-part look at how some local artists and writers have responded to the current situation
It’s widely accepted that one of the key ingredients in the recipe for a vibrant city and a strong economy is the arts.
Much of today's art scene sprung from the café culture Lenadams Dorris helped create
More slices of life in the Las Vegas Valley from our shutterbugging staff
"Wicked" is one of the most beloved Broadway musicals of the 21st century. So is "The Book of Mormon."
One of the nation’s top art exhibitions opens this week at UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art, which is taking the opportunity to cement connections to the broader Southern Nevada community.
Here's the best in arts and entertainment for the New Year.
The legendary band the Grateful Dead started playing together in the mid 1960s and stayed mostly together, playing thousands of shows around the world, until 1995, when lead guitarist and singer Je
UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art is throwing open its doors on Friday for a day of arts, performances, and activities.
The National Endowment for the Arts is at risk.
The independent federal agency could lose its funding next year if Congress approves President Trump’s proposed budget.
A national expert on how art shapes communities says Las Vegas artists are among the most active in the country.
Ally Haynes-Hamblen is the new of director of the Las Vegas Office of Cultural Affairs.
This week, KNPR’s State of Nevada has been covering the Las Vegas Film Festival, which continues through Sunday.
Here’s the set–up for a poem: A writer is at McCarran International Airport. She’s on her way to a writer’s conference. While waiting for her plane to board – she encounters Elvis.
We’re visiting with Miranda Cooper, a writer who has a fascination with alligators.
Michael McClure is a poet, and more.
In the 1950s, McClure was a key figure in the San Francisco poetry renaissance and one of the original Beat poets.
Las Vegas is in the midst of the Vegas Valley Book Festival.