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Reality Stars Support Police Officers

   Minddie Lloyd Written by Nikki Artale Once again the reality stars of Big Brother, Survivor, The Amazing Race and the NFL players of the Cardinals, Lions and Raiders turned up to raise funds for the injured police officers at a poker tournament in Las Vegas. The Palms Hotel Casino and The Rio Hotel hosted the […]

Rainbow Company Youth Theatre Presents ‘You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown’ Dec. 3-12

Article by City of Las Vegas Press Releases The award-winning Rainbow Company Youth Theatre will present “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Dec. 3-12 at the Charleston Heights Arts Center, 800 S. Brush St. Appropriate for all ages, the musical brings the famous Charles Schultz “Peanuts” characters to life on stage, bringing holiday cheer to […]

Cirque Week in Las Vegas

Article by PRNewswire LAS VEGAS, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ — Imagine world-class athletes outfitted in thousands of handmade costumes and silk-screened fabrics, moving in, on and above the most advanced stage technology and equipment in the world, moving to music flowing from a sound system that contains over 6,300 speakers.  This is the everyday reality for […]

The Rocky Horror Show at the Onyx

Written by Susan O’Dell Photos by Richard Brusky The Rocky Horror Show is currently running at the Onyx theatre through October 31, 2010. The show is a creation of Off Strip productions and is the first time the live show is running in Las Vegas.

Shutter Addicts: Opening a New Photography Studio

Jamie Thomson, 25, left, and Richard Brian, 29, who are both product of CSN’s Commercial Photography program pause for a photo in their recently constructed infinity cove at Shutter Addicts Studios. Written by Kristan Obeng For two years he carried a thin cardboard flier advertising a studio for rent, it creased with age, a month […]

Who is Charlie Rivero

Written by Janean Meyer Charlie Rivero is a new up and coming artist is starting to spread his style of adult contemporary / pop with an eclectic feel and a very organic vibe. He recorded his solo album – Roman, and his single – That’s Ok, which has created a sound that was very unique in a […]

RO_T8 digital magazine: Using Fashion as a Form of Art

Written by Kristan Obeng Photos by Jennifer Jane Salango Two artists realized their dream and collaborated to create RO_T8, a digital magazine supporting other artists, but changes in their partnership led to a one-artist show by Jennifer Jane Salango in Las Vegas. “My friend Zack Williams and I always wanted to run our own magazine,” […]

Nancy Rapoport: When Law and Dance Collide

Written by Kristan Obeng Deep dark tans and changing hair colors can hint to UNLV law students that their professor spends her spare time twirling on the dance floor. “If I don’t have a role to play I’m shy,” said Nancy B. Rapoport, a Gordon Silver law professor. Her title comes from her collaboration with […]

City Of Las Vegas Opens Two New Exhibitions In September

Article by City of Las Vegas Press Releases Artists Shaurya Kumar And Terry Hargraves Are Featured The city of Las Vegas plans to open two new art exhibitions in September — the first in the West Las Vegas Arts Center Sept. 14 with works by self-taught artist Terry Hargraves and the next in the Charleston […]

Mitchell Todd

Just J Art Gallery (107 E Charleston Blvd, #235), inside the “The Arts Factory” is currently displaying “The Art of Mitchell Todd”.  The artist dares to go where others may not.  In his collection “Breaking the Illusion”, the artist depicts his life and experiences as an African-American.  The world can sometimes be cruel as shown […]

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