1.3 Million Reasons Student Homelessness Needs More Attention

By: Vanessa Lauren More than 4.2 million adults 18-24 struggle with housing insecurity. 1.3 million are students. 500,000 end up dropping out of school. 100 Las Vegas organizations focused on putting an end to homelessness, yet the numbers continue to rise. “I have served at least 120 students suffering from the risk of homelessness and/ or […]

This is Why You Can’t Play Daily Fantasy Sports in Nevada

DFS isn’t illegal in Nevada, but Nevadans still have no way to play… or do we? Written By Dominic Schatzan On October 15, 2015, the Nevada Gaming Control Board announced that all Daily Fantasy Sports were operating illegally in Nevada because they were not licensed to do so. Thousands of Nevadans were suddenly unable to […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Martial Arts studio impacted by Covid-19

by Lucas Peltier HENDERSON, NEV. – Around 9:45 in the morning, martial arts instructors Devin Neudeck, 28, and Yasmin Brown, 26, of Spirit Taekwondo connect their laptop to a monitor and wait for the faces of about 20 or so eager students to appear on the screen at 10 o’clock.  The two instructors then run […]

Raiders to pursue Tom Brady if QB becomes a free agent.

(Image: ESPN Sources) By: Amber Wilson Out with the old Derek Carr and In with the new Tom Brady. What a huge plot twist this would be bringing the greatest quarterback of all time to Las Vegas to play with the Raiders. With how much buzz this story has picked up this might be the […]

Live at the Laugh Factory: Know Your Bro, Brian Scolaro

By Brandon Skorzanka The Laugh Factory has rocked the comedy scene for decades, headlining names as big as Tim Allen, Jim Carrey, and Dave Chappelle.  This season, the Las Vegas lineup holds strong with some of the best comics and rising stars from all over the country. This month, Brian Scolaro is performing live February […]