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The Huntridge Theater’s entertainment history is a lively one — Art Moderne movie theater, gritty punk rock palace — but its history with would-be saviors is a troubled one.
For many restaurants, the rise of social media influencers on Yelp, Instagram, and other platforms cuts both ways.
The joy of goat yoga, ‘raisins’ and all.
Caricature artist Mark Siermaczeski wants to look beyond your likeness.
R.U.N is an intense, action-driven departure from the Cirque du Soleil formula.
And other strange things Bruce Smiley has unearthed in a career of finding the odd in odds and ends.
What a randomly acquired painting taught me about the transitory nature of hope, value, and Vegas.
The law of unintended consequences besets a plan to keep guns away from domestic abusers.
Little remembered now, Strip entertainment columnist Don Usherson was a man of his time.
In the Sahara West Library is a place where childhoods are shaped, even if they can’t last forever.
Why aren’t our roofs white? Should we ban sprawl? And other questions asked by green urbanist and architect Steffen Lehmann.
Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the mocktail.
Started as a prank event on Facebook, “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” had more than 2 million people signed on to attend the September 20 gathering (now festival) near the secret military base and rumored site of alien technology.
Kim Boschee brings the gospel of running to girls in Las Vegas.
It might be time to officially retire that groany old maxim about Las Vegas imploding instead of preserving its blah blah blah.
The biggest weight room challenge isn’t getting ripped — it’s blending in.
She’s a dentist by day. But Civon Gewelber’s lifelong passion for falconry is taking flight on the Strip.
“Drawing Dead is when a poker player has absolutely no chance to win a hand, no matter what card is dealt next.” — TexasHoldEm-King.com
As students head back to school, a new college graduate ponders the value of her degree
Savoring the life and energy of the city’s first African braid shop
How a fledgling group lobbying for addiction causes notched a winning legislative session
The NFL team’s Henderson practice facility is racking up extra points for the neighborhood.
Love it or hate it, Project Neon is done this month.
He came to the bakery looking for work. He got a slice of the American Dream.
This year’s municipal elections proved that big changes are possible — when voters actually show up