Though it no longer calls Southern Nevada home, Panic! At the Disco will always be a Vegas-born band. With the group returning to its hometown this weekend, let’s excavate its local roots.
Zeppelin USA returns to The Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall, 361 Symphony Park Ave., with a concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Las Vegas handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Analytics oddsmaker Will Bernanke join the Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey to preview the Pittsburgh Steelers’ season in the 11th of a series of 32 NFL team videos.
The duo are celebrating 40 years since the release of their stoner-comedy movie, “Up in Smoke,” and 10 years since theironstage reunion at The Comedy Festival at Caesars Palace.
A man and woman are dead after an apparent murder-suicide in the southwest valley, Las Vegas police said.
Chef Jeremiah Tower’s upcoming appearance at Luxor will be part of a multi-chef dinner being organized by the James Beard Foundation.
Taking issue with a Clark County School District spokesman’s suggestion that last week’s storm damaged the air conditioner at J.D. Smith Middle School, teachers say the balky system has been a problem for years.
In 1969, Aretha Franklin made her Las Vegas debut at the original Caesars Palace showroom, even though it wasn’t her preferred style of venue back then.