Movie buffs in the Las Vegas area have many options to satisfy their viewing cravings. Aside from the popular films showcased at the public library, there are also free movie events hosted by some alternative screening venues and a local park.
For the 2011 Halloween season, Las Vegas is set to be jam-packed with pre-Halloween film events. A number of these are free and paid weekend screenings of family-friendly and adult movies, most of which fall under the horror genre.
Despite the upfront cost, installing solar panels in a Las Vegas home may be a good investment for homeowners who can afford it.
The Las Vegas Arts District, the home of the city’s monthly arts event called First Friday Las Vegas, regularly features the artsy side of the city.
Adrenaline junkies visiting Las Vegas can have the time of their lives up in the air. From jumping from extreme heights to hurtling down at speeds like that of a rushing car to suspending the body in mid air for minutes, these airborne adventures are absolutely not for the faint of heart. They are not
inexpensive treats either, but they are definitely worth experiencing at least once in a lifetime.
Sahra Spa and Hammam Las Vegas, a premier spa indulgence destination, draws inspiration from the elements of the region’s canyons and desert lands.
The bride-to-be can check out the special bachelorette party deals at The D Las Vegas for a fun night of drinks, dares, and debauchery celebrating her “final night of freedom.”
If you’re looking for Las Vegas hotels near McCarran International Airport, here’s a diverse selection meant for tourists’ varying tastes and preferences.
Las Vegas film events from Oct. 7 to 13, 2011, include two film festivals, public library screenings, and showcases of independent and commercial films.
The final week of September 2011 features many alternative screenings of popular and classic films around the Las Vegas area.