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Could the Strip become a model of safety in a post-pandemic world? The response to the 1980 MGM fire might offer some lessons
Artist Victoria Hogan transforms the Downtown icon into a ‘beacon of social distancing’
Notes on a pastime that's oddly perfect for the pandemic age.
A two-part look at how some local artists and writers have responded to the current situation
We asked, "When was the last time you were on the Strip before the shutdown? Recall as vividly as you can." Here's what readers said.
For some kids, face masks aren’t about health, they’re about cool
Honoring the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage
The Downtown arts scene loses one of its pillars
The tidying craze can spark a lot of joy for savvy thrifters
Notes from the board game convention
Remembering a beloved, quietly accomplished, beauty-seeking, life-affirming Las Vegas artist
The exhibit Neon & Obsidian dispels the notion that Las Vegas lacks community by capturing vivid images of African-Americans who have created it
A meditation on time, memory, and meaning, 10 years in the making
... that we wrote these short pieces about what 2018 was the year of — from big-city realities to shifts in fine dining to (gulp) politics, and more
Scenes from another time
It was game on at a recent Magic: The Gathering mega-event in Las Vegas
By bailing out a jailed mother on Mother's Day, activists hope they're beginning the long trek toward reforming Nevada's bail system
Seven questions about the art flap in the Clark County Government Center
Ah, the conflicted soul of the Knights-loving local oddsmaker: fandom vs a financial drubbing
I'll never have another Snicker or Raspberry Intense, Rose Macaron or Sweet Trio.
Using media coverage of the presidential campaign as a window, a new art exhibit delves into the surreal noise of American democracy
Amid a world we can't control, IKEA offers a sweet dream that everything can be made ordered and sensible and legible
A frightened terrier, a heroic scooter-rider, and a near miss at Maryland and Sahara
Lately, as I walk to and from Desert Companion’s temporary Downtown office, I’ve been wondering about the etymology of the stains on these crusty sidewalks.