Posts Tagged ‘Sports’

  • Free Golf Day
    Jun 3 is something called “Play Golf America Day” a presentation of the Southwest Section PGA, Las Vegas Chapter and hosted by Angel Park Golf Club to promote the game of golf. They are offfering free clinics and lessons by PGA professionals with activities from 10a-3p. Look for special programs for kids and family with free giveaways, contests and prizes...
    by at May 29th, 2007 at 07:05 am
  • ElDorado Cowboy Shooting Group
    This is Nevada and in case you are in any doubt about the wild west, a group called the Eldorado Cowboys Single Action Shooting Society celebrate Western cowboy action shooting the first weekend each month. They meet at the Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club in Boulder City with long range action starting at 8:00 am and main match at 9:00 am. Spectators welcome. For more info...
    by at May 26th, 2007 at 03:05 am
  • Hurry to see Breeder’s Invitational Derby
    Sat May 26 is the last day for the 2007 Breeder’s Invitational Derby with Amateur Finals, Non Pro Finals and Seniors Finals for premier Cutting Horse Stallions. This event is free to the public and would certainly be an unusual way to spend Memorial Day Weekend Saturday if you are looking for an authentic Western experience. The Derbies begin at 8am and will finish...
    by at May 25th, 2007 at 03:05 pm
  • Las Vegas Marathon Roadrunners prep
    The Third Las Vegas Marathon itself is not until Dec 02 2007, but the ticking electronic timer on the website site reminds you that time is running out to prepare for the event. The marathon official distance is 26.2 miles, beginning at 6 am. Also slated on that date is the new Las Vegas Half Marathon, with a course running the neon corridor of the Strip and the Fremont...
    by at May 20th, 2007 at 11:05 pm
  • lv51 vs Portland with fireworks
    The lv51’s will host the Portland Beavers on Fri May 25 @ 7:11pm Memorial Day Weekend. Come watch the game and enjoy a spectacular fireworks show afterwards. For ticket information call 702-798-7825 (M-F 9a-5p). Check out website Cashman Field 850 N Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas NV. Related lv51 Carl’s Jr Family Night
    by at May 19th, 2007 at 02:05 pm
  • Punk Rock Yoga
    Here is a yoga class designed for the truly counter-culture. A far cry from the mystical sitar, the music for this Vinyasa Flow Class is punk. The instructor is Tia Taymar, known as It’s Yoga Las Vegas‘ “counter culture gal.” $10 fee. Sat May 19 6:30p-8p. Call 702-798-YOGA (9642), email or check out excellent website...
    by at May 15th, 2007 at 07:05 am
  • West Coast Regional Finals Rodeo
    Check out the West Coast College Regional Finals Rodeo at the Equestrian Center at South Point Casino. Cheer on the UNLV Rodeo Team and watch them qualify for the College National Finals! The best riders, steer wrestlers, team ropers and barrel racers from California and Nevada. Performances start at 7pm. Tickets are $10/Seniors & Military $5/children under 12 Free....
    by at May 11th, 2007 at 01:05 pm
  • Gladiators vs Avengers & Boyz II Men
    The Las Vegas Gladiators play the Los Angeles Avengers this Sun May 6 at the Orleans Arena. For those of you who don??????? know, the Gladiators are members of the AFL (Arena Football League). Founded in 1997, they are part of the Western division of the American Conference. They won a Division title in 2002 and have yet to win any conference titles. Looking at their...
    by at May 5th, 2007 at 04:05 pm
  • Amp’d Supercross Finals 2007
    The top riders in the world compete in the Amp’d Mobile Supercross Series Finals 2007 Sat May 5 @ 7:00 pm. You get admittance to the pit party and practice starting at 12:30 pm with your ticket. This sounds like a wild, action-packed day at Sam Boyd Stadium. Get your tickets online Jackpot $63/Gold Cirlce Jr $21/Gold Circle Regular $42. Sam...
    by at May 2nd, 2007 at 01:05 pm
  • Dragon Boat Festival
    In the beautiful setting of Lake Las Vegas, 44 foot, teak Chinese war canoes will compete in three 500-meter race heats on Sat May 5, starting at 10am. Each canoe has a 22-person crew with 20 paddlers, a drummer and a steerman. Teams come from US and Canada to compete. Ceremonies will start at MonteLago Village on Fri May 4 @ 6:30pm with the “Dotting of the Eye...
    by at May 1st, 2007 at 10:05 am
  • Tastes & Tunes in North Las Vegas
    This is the 5th Annual Tastes & Tunes Festival May 4-5 with free admission. The Mexican Village will showcase Cinco de Mayo festivities with vendors and live Latino music on the Findlay Toyota Fiesta Stage. There will also be lots of action with boxing bouts provided by Barry’s Boxing. Look for a full-sized carnival by Royal West Amusements. Music will also...
    by at April 30th, 2007 at 09:04 am
  • 2007 Kelly Cup Playoffs
    If you can still get tickets, the ECHL National Conference Semi-Finals are tonight at 7:05 between the Las Vegas Wranglers (Pacific Division Champions) and the Idaho Steelheads. FYI – we’re talking ice hockey here. Always good for some blood-pumping excitement. In my opinion, ice hockey ranks close to wrestling for giving the spectators their money’s...
    by at April 27th, 2007 at 03:04 pm
  • Hogs & Heifers Saloon & Grand Prix
    The party will be going on all weekend during the Las Vegas Grand Prix, with Hogs & Heifers party central. They will open Fri, Sat & Sun at 10:00 am with a fabulous BBQ on Saturday. Miller Lite and Genuine Draft draughts will be $3 all weekend, with Jack Daniels also at special price. If you want more info about the Grand Prix, parking etc., contact Jess @...
    by at April 2nd, 2007 at 03:04 pm
  • Las Vegas Grand Prix
    The Vegas Grand Prix takes place on a 2.44 mile street circuit in Downtown Las Vegas. It will be three day event from Fri Apr 6 – Sun Apr 8 with warm up activities starting at noon on Tues Apr 3. There is a very complete description of parking and transportation possibilities available. For ticket pricing and all event information call the Vegas Grand Prix Hotline...
    by at March 28th, 2007 at 03:03 pm
  • UNLV Concrete Canoe Races UC San Diego
    The Las Vegas Hawaiian Community Club (LVHCC) Outrigger Canoe Program has worked with the UNLV concrete canoe team to compete against the University of California-San Diego in races scheduled for April 12-14. The Society of Civil and Structural Engineers Student Conference sponsors competitions in steel bridge, concrete canoe, conrete bowling, concrete frisbee and whatever...
    by at March 28th, 2007 at 04:03 am
  • Asian Ladies Capture the Ice
    We all are impressed by the stereotype given to our Asian sisters and brothers – talent, hard work, great fine motor skills, discipline, cool under pressure, single-minded determination. The World Chamiponships in Tokyo only proves the point. The gold goes to Miki Ando, Japan, silver to Mao Asada, Japan, and bronze to Yu-Na Kim, Korea. It’s hard to imagine...
    by at March 24th, 2007 at 11:03 am
  • Sorry Rebels…..
    So sad. Oregon 76, UNLV 72. Evenly matched the second half, the Runnin Rebels couldn’t make up the 4 points from the 1st half. We are all heartbroken for the team. Still luv ya and proud you made it to the sweet 16!
    by at March 23rd, 2007 at 08:03 pm
  • UNLV Goes to Sweet 16 Against Oregon!
    The Runnin Rebels are on a roll! In one of the biggest upsets in the Chicago NCAA men’s basketball tournament, UNLV beat second-seeded Wisconsin 74-68. Moving to the third round for the first time since 1991, we are proud of the grit this team is displaying. From the start of the season, when no one took them seriously, they just kept their focus and went out...
    by at March 18th, 2007 at 06:03 pm
  • ex Chicago Bears Coach Mike Ditka to be Les’ Guest
    Les’s Wines & Vines is the primo wine-tasting event of each week. Les takes his radio show around town each Thursday, rotating venues from the Strip to Off the Strip. The tasting usually includes three varietals and appetizers served by the hosting restaurant. This coming Thursday Les will have special guest Mike Ditka, formerly coach of the Chicago Bears....
    by at March 16th, 2007 at 01:03 pm
  • UNLV beats Georgia Tech at NCAA
    UNLV 67 Georgia Tech 63! I’m sure this is no news to you basketball fans. You undoubtably listened to every minute of the game. Like I said before, I’m not a big sports fan, but even I get excited when the hometown does good. And it’s especially sweet when it goes against all predictions. All the brouhaha about seeding seems like ancient history now....
    by at March 16th, 2007 at 12:03 pm
  • Cirque du Soleil Auditions 2007
    I saw The Beatles “Love” at the Mirage Sunday night and was wondering again where Cirque du Soleil finds their incredible dancers and acrobats, not to mention where they get their ideas. One answer is recruitment by email to participate in artistic auditions held in Paris, Orlando, San Francisco, Montreal, Vienna, Chicago, Oslo and Stockholm. I find it curious...
    by at March 14th, 2007 at 06:03 am
  • UNLV Rebels Game 1 NCAA
    I’m not much of a sports fan, but it’s always thrilling when the hometown team makes good. Besides, anyone can admire the kind of courage, positive thinking, discipline and focus that go into athletics. Against all predictions of a mediocre season, the Rebels and coach Lon Kruger dazzled us with a Mountain West Conference Tournament championship last weekend....
    by at March 13th, 2007 at 09:03 am
  • St. Patrick’s Day Warm Up Pub Crawl
    For those of you who take the Emerald Isle celebration seriously, here’s an itinerary for the downtown 2nd Annual St. Paddy’s Pub Crawl, which judging by the list of venues and the time schedule, is a very hallowed event. As the organizers themselves quote from Paul Hennessey, an apparently very wise Irish philolosopher, “Drink Early – Avoid the...
    by at March 12th, 2007 at 03:03 pm
  • Mountain West Conference and Nascar
    Just in case you don’t read the paper, see TV or listen to the radio, this weekend promises to be one of complete insanity in terms of traffic. The Mountain West Conference of College Men’s Basketball is at Thomas Mack and Nascar is at the LV Speedway. The numbers of visitors for these events is 150,000+, so two places to avoid: airport and I-15 (especially...
    by at March 9th, 2007 at 03:03 pm
  • Chess Club
    Bring your own chess board and clock. Come on down to Dula Gymnasium every Wednesday night from 5:30-9:30 pm for keen competition among adult players of all levels. This weekly event is sponsored by the Las Vegas City Dept of Leisure Services and the Downtown Chess Club. Annual $2 membership required, but I’m calling it Free. Call for more info 702-229-6307....
    by at February 28th, 2007 at 02:02 pm
  • Self Defense Classes for Women
    Transformations is offering a 10-week course titled Self-Defense for Women starting March 3, but you can try out the class and instructor this Saturday, Feb 24 for FREE. The complementary introduction class will be held from 11- noon. You will have the chance to meet Shara, a Shotokan Karate Black Belt, who also teaches Karate for Kids. Ladies only please. Call 702-252-3502...
    by at February 21st, 2007 at 10:02 am
  • Superbowl Oscars for Commercials
    Everybody has to say SOMETHING about the Superbowl, because even if you can’t make sense of the game or could care less, the great national common denominator is the commercial break between plays. Or is it plays between commercial breaks? What ARE they doing on the field while the rest of us are watching ads? Anyway, if you are really into the ad thing,
    by at February 5th, 2007 at 01:02 pm