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Movie in the Park Series Set to Start in March

Movie in the Park Series Set to Start in March

Clark County and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department will be hosting a free movie in the park series through the spring.

The event will be held at Whitney Park, 5712 Missouri Ave., and all the films will be rated PG. The first movie will be the Oscar-winning film "Gravity" at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 28.

The rest of the schedule:

  • "Frozen" Friday, April 25
  • "Man of Steel" Friday, May 30

All children must be accompanied by an adult.  Free treats will be provided. People are encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs and pillows. Several community organizations will be on hand to provide free information about their services.

 

 

UNLV Instructor Nominated for Tony Award

UNLV Instructor Nominated for Tony Award

 

An instructor at UNLV recently earned the highest recognition in the Broadway world for his work on a production of Pippin.

Jonathan Deans earned a Tony Award nomination for his sound design for Pippin on Broadway. Deans teaches sound design for the UNLV Department of Theatre and for the entertainment engineering & design program.

The award winners will be announced Sunday, June 9, in a show airing on CBS.

Good Eye Needed to Win at 3D Family Fun Center

The new laser tag and mini-golf spot was opened by two Strip show veterans.

Brandon Stauffer offers a confession that, to aficionados of miniature golf, amounts to something just this side of heresy.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Def Leppard Announces Residency at The Joint

Def Leppard Announces Residency at The Joint

The arena rock legends will perform their "Hysteria" album in full.

Def Leppard die-hards, prepare to get hysterical.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Paradise Road Changes Name in Honor of Rock Legends

Paradise Road Changes Name in Honor of Rock Legends

 

A major road in Las Vegas has a new name, at least temporarily.

Paradise Road became Paradise City Road Monday in honor of rock 'n' roll legends Guns N' Roses and their hit song "Paradise City."

The legendary band starts an extended run at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which sits on Paradise Road. The band will be at the venue starting Wednesday through Saturday, November 24. During that time, the road's name will be Paradise City Road.

 

 

 

Take Them Down to "Paradise City Road"

 

Apparently the grass is green and the girls are pretty over near the Hard Rock these days.

Hard Rock Hotel and Clark County will on Monday afternoon declare Paradise Road to be known as “Paradise City Road” in honor of Guns N’ Roses’ first-ever residency, Appetite for Democracy, at The Joint.

The street will pay homage to Guns N’ Roses’ record-breaking hit “Paradise City,” through the band’s extended run starting Wednesday and running through Saturday, Nov. 24.

The band will celebrate with a renaming event in Hard Rock Hotel’s parking lot in front of Paradise, next to the main valet entrance. Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow will declare the street be temporarily known as Paradise City Road and present band members with an official street sign.