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John Przybys

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by John:

Shift work can have ‘profound’ effect on heart health

Working odd hours in a 24-hour town can have consequences beyond just a nagging sense of perpetual drowsiness. → Read More

Adult coloring helps reduce stress, manage anxiety

The deliberate, focused but low-stress process of coloring can help deflect attention away from ourselves and all that is stressing us out. → Read More

‘The Band’s Visit’ offers message of shared humanity

The Tony award-winning musical “The Band’s Visit” performs Feb. 15-20 at The Smith Center. → Read More

Events celebrate achievements, culture of African Americans

This year’s celebration of Black History Month is as varied as Southern Nevada’s African American community. → Read More

Top 10 things to do in Las Vegas: Jan. 28-Feb. 3

Rock superstars Styx and Nancy Wilson and comedians George Lopez and Bert Kreischer headline this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas. → Read More

Book offers behind-the-scenes look at Las Vegas charitable fundraising

Former Opportunity Village fundraiser Linda Smith shares stories from a career in philanthropy in her book. → Read More

‘It can go a long way’: Donations of small change boost Las Vegas charities

It’s amazing what a handful of pocket change can do. Buy food for families in need. Provide housing and comfort during a medical crisis. Help people enjoy the holiday season. → Read More

UNLV center aims to ‘transform’ Alzheimer’s treatment

The Chambers-Grundy Center at UNLV works to fight Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases. → Read More

Neon Museum mural honors Las Vegas pioneers

A new “Las Vegas Luminaries” mural features Las Vegas cultural groundbreakers. → Read More

Reclaiming their words

Nevada’s Indigenous languages are endangered, but there are efforts underway to preserve them. → Read More

Bradley Whitford brings life to Scrooge in production at Smith Center

The production, adapted by Tony winner Jack Thorne and originally directed and conceived by Tony winner Matthew Warchus, won five Tony awards. → Read More

‘West Wing’ actor brings life to Scrooge in Smith Center production

It’s as if Bradley Whitford had been preparing to play Ebenezer Scrooge since he was a kid. → Read More

Marvel, ‘Star Wars’ projects highlight Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival

The Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival returns with roster of fan-friendly events. → Read More

Day of the Dead celebrations honor departed, remind living of mortality

Day of the Dead celebrations look at mortality with prayer and humor. → Read More

Book festival bring authors and lovers of words to downtown

The Las Vegas Book Festival will include a slate of online events from Monday through Friday, before a live, in-person slate of workshops, speakers and readings on Saturday. → Read More

‘It shouldn’t have ended’: New doc captures the ’90s heyday of Maryland Parkway

It may be hard to imagine now, but during the ’90s, Maryland Parkway was the center of alternative culture in Las Vegas. For a few magical years, it was the home of poets, musicians and artists. → Read More

Meet the man behind the most intriguing radio show you haven’t yet heard

George Lyons is a lifelong fan of both music and radio who has an encyclopedic knowledge of both. For fans, “The Lyons Den” on KUNV-FM is appointment listening. → Read More

“The Ghosts of Gatsby” offers an operatic take on author’s life

Lives of Scott and Zelda wife are examined in Opera Las Vegas show. → Read More

‘The Ghosts of Gatsby’ offers an operatic take on author’s life

Lives of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald are examined in Opera Las Vegas show. → Read More

A history of the Mount Charleston Lodge — PHOTOS

The Mount Charleston Lodge was a favorite getaway spot for Las Vegas Valley residents as well as a local gathering place for mountain residents. → Read More