Fearless predictions, wistful ideas and wishful thinking for the new year
Latina Lifters founder Cinthia Martinez started weighlifting for her personal health and pride. Then it became a mission to help a community and change perceptions, one rep at a time.
A year ago, Jerry Nadal turned Las Vegas Ballpark into a winter dreamscape and drew more than 300,000 visitors. Now he’s adding a second festival—on the Strip, of course.
When model and adult entertainer Annalee Belle fell in love with HGTV personality J.D. Scott, online trolls shattered her peace of mind. She’s spent years taking it back.
A review of Joe Weber’s new book, “Mapping Historical Las Vegas” — and a meditation on the meaning of the not-so-humble, often world-transforming and sometimes deeply personal map.
Claire Vaye Watkins’ I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness just might be the ultimate novel of the Nevada desert. When it came time to adapt it for TV, she found the ultimate partner in Black Mountain Institute alum Alissa Nutting.
Up for a snow hike on Mount Charleston this winter? Here’s our handy introduction to snowshoeing.
December has become a uniquely meaningful — and profitable — season for the Las Vegas tourism business. UNLV history professor Michael Green has the backstory …
For her winter Zine Within a Zine, Chantal Chandler delved into the blues — dark, light, royal — to capture both the hope and longing of the holiday season.
This is, I promise, a generally joyful issue of rjmagazine. ’Tis soon to be the season, after all, with its glad tidings, new beginnings, and premonitions of the happy resolution of all those resolutions we make.
Six Las Vegas luminaries talk about lessons learned, inspirations gained and hopes revived in the wake of the pandemic.