The 1000 Meter Difference

By: Vanessa Lauren From gangs to guest speaking. That’s the story of one man from the West Side of Chicago. Arshay Cooper is a rower, award-winning author, motivational speaker and activist who’s next stop is UNLV.  His story starts on the streets of Chicago and unlike the 33 percent of boys he grew up with, […]

Brand New Drive-Thru Halloween Experience Only in Vegas

By: Vanessa Lauren Over 250 events have been canceled or postponed since March 15th, 2020 due to COVID-19. Halloween will not be one of them.  Although many industries have been affected by COVID-19 the entertainment industry is one that has been hit the hardest especially here in Las Vegas. From shows like Blue Man Group, […]

This Is The Best Time to Buy Vinyl

by Briana Herrera At the turn of the new decade in 2010, vinyl saw it’s own renaissance. Vinyl sales began to go up for the first time since the invention of CDs, Vinyl pressing plants that had closed their doors began to reopen, and every artists from Bonafide stars, to smaller bands started to all […]

Creators Are Going to Create

By: Vanessa Lauren No set. No crew. No problem. Majestic Repertory is a local theater company on the rise who was headed into their fourth season of immersive theater before the pandemic and has now taken on the challenge of recreating the arts. Majestic was amongst those forced to close their doors and put all […]

Raiders Stifle Saints; First Win in Allegiant Stadium

By Devin Virissimo 09/21/20 (@benjaminhphoto) Las Vegas loves winners, especially when they win in prime time while showing off their brand new $1.8B home. While they may not have gotten the first points in the “Death Star”, they got the most with a 34-24 victory over the defending NFC South Champion New Orleans Saints on […]

Sports At a Standstill

by Trey Arline The NBA is debating on whether or not to cancel one of its best seasons in nearly a decade. The NFL Draft went virtual rather than the fountains of the Bellagio. Two European soccer teams ended their seasons entirely. The threat of the coronavirus has all but consumed every aspect of public […]

How the Esports World is Handling COVID-19

By Lucas Peltier. From the NBA to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the COVID-19 pandemic has put mainstream sports to a standstill.  Stadiums, ballparks and arenas across the globe (which would be crowded around this time with eager spectators) are shut down because of the coronavirus. But aside from all of the doom and gloom the […]

NFL Draft Goes Virtual

(Photo: Raiders.com) By: Amber Wilson The 2020 NFL Draft will still take place April 23-25 TV and Live Stream: NFL Network, ESPN, and ABC Round 1: Thursday, April 23, 5 p.m. PT Round 2-3: Friday, April 24, 4 p.m. PT Round 4-7: Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m. PT The spread of the coronavirus in the United […]

March Madness in the Mountain West

by Ralena Phillips The Corona Virus gave March Madness a whole new meaning this year for the world of basketball. But before the madness spread, the Mountain West Tournament tipped off in Viva Las Vegas. The Aggies took home the Mountain West tournament title for the second year in a row after defeating the Aztecs […]

Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas

(Image: Clutchpoints.com) By: Amber Wilson The 2020 NFL Draft won’t be taking place in Las Vegas due to this huge pandemic of COVID-19 taking away huge opportunities for Vegas to make history for the first time NFL sports.  With the NFL considering all it’s options and could possibly let Super Bowl LVIII, be held at […]