Washington, DC - With July being National Park and Recreation Month and America’s largest cities investing more than $6.9 billion on park and recreation in 2015, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016's Best & Worst Cities for Recreation.

Las Vegas, Nevada - Plan fun family nights out in July for only $3 per person! Tickets are on sale now for the city of Las Vegas’ July Children’s Summer Concert Series, to be held in air-conditioned comfort at the Historic Fifth Street School in downtown Las Vegas, located at 401 S. Fourth St. For just $3, children, family and friends can share the experience of live music, storytelling, puppets and fantasy. These one-hour performances promise to be exciting and entertaining.

Reno, Nevada - With winter in the rearview and warm weather finally here, millions of Americans have come out of hibernation and are looking to breathe in the fresh summer air. This year marks the centennial celebration of America’s National Parks and according to AAA, gas prices are at their lowest in 12 years, so there is no better time for Americans to head outdoors.

Holtville, California - Annual Rib Cook-Off Extravaganza, Samaha Park – Holtville, California, admission is free Saturday, January 30, 2016 9:00am – Till all the ribs are gone approximately 2:00pm.

Las Vegas, Nevada - Are you the type of driver who pushes the accelerator a little harder on the curves of a back-country road? Are you a person who smiles as they approach a new terrain or road condition you’ve never conquered before? If so, you’re a performance seeker. A person who is constantly pushing themselves to prove that they are driver enough.

Death Valley, California - Metabolic Studio IOU Radio will be performing Death Valley Scotty at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center, Death Valley National Park, on January 30, 2016 at 6:00 pm. All are invited to watch and listen in to this radio drama written in 1931 and originally airing in 1955 as part of the Death Valley Days Series. 

Boulder City, Nevada - As the National Park Service celebrates 100 years of protecting and preserving the nation's parks and monuments, everyone is encouraged to get out and #FindYourPark during National Park Week, April 16-24.

Las Vegas, Nevada - Anyone familiar with the history of organized crime knows the names: Bonanno, Gambino, Genovese, Lucchese and Colombo.  There have been volumes written about that period, some accurate, some not at all. Anthony Colombo, the son of Joseph Colombo Sr., one of those reputed "crime bosses", has written, along with filmmaker and author Don Capria, what he hopes will be the  final word on that turbulent time, the role his father  played and finally, the true details of his murder. In "Colombo: The Unsolved Murder", the authors look to do more than set the record straight.

Las Vegas, Nevada - Seven new vehicles made Consumer Reports’ 2016 Annual Top Picks list—the Mazda MX-5 Miata, Kia Sorento, Toyota Sienna, Toyota Camry, Lexus RX, Honda Fit, and Ford F-150 in each of their respective categories.

Hollywood, California - Founder of the Naughty Empire, Sienna Sinclaire will be hosting a Naughty Christmas Party on Friday, December 18th at Boulevard 3 in Hollywood (6523 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood) starting at 10pm.