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George Christie is starring in a one-man show, "Outlaw," based on his memoir, "Exile on Front Street: My Life as a Hells Angel and Beyond."
The Clark County Commission chamber was not a happy place for many who attended Tuesday.
A year after the death of legendary comedian, actor and director Jerry Lewis memorabilia from his life on and off the stage is up for auction.
Nevada Advocates for Planned Parenthood Affiliates, the group's political arm in Nevada, has a new executive director.
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To pass the time maybe you’ll go to a beach the mountains or Lake Mead. Or sit in your air-conditioned home ... and read a book.
The community on the border with California, about 50 miles outside Las Vegas, has had recurring electricity loss over the past week.