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Famous for his film Puppet Master, retiring film prof David Schmoeller is revered for mentoring a large cast of local auteurs.
A few words with Heather Lang-Cassera, the county’s new poet laureate.
A small-town guy who moved to the big city reconciles his rural past and urban present.
A few thoughts on life in the digital feed.
At the 2019 World Series of Poker, a software-driven strategycalled GTO threatens the game’s original draw: Personality.
These images didn’t win our Focus on Nevada photo contest, but something about them made us want to know more.
Two UNLV film students make the finals of a national film competition
Sure, flight attendants bring you pretzels. They can also save your life.
A young Muslim woman ponders the joys and complications of celebrating Ramadan in this less-than-holy city
Barrick Museum director Alisha Kerlin on the life and future of the city’s only existing art museum
Las Vegas native Heather Harmon comes home to lead the massive Symphony Park art museum project.
For the Tule Springs fossil park, and its striking public art, we have persistent women to thank.
Thanks to the nonprofit Clean the World, the Strip’s discarded hotel soap helps prevent disease worldwide.
Even when you see it, you can’t explain how it happened.
Battered by cystic fibrosis, Las Vegan Alexa Ciancimino battles for air with a little help from family and (sometimes famous) friends.
Across the table
We take our hands together—
For no one knows the hour or the day...
As Bonnie Springs gives way to luxury homes, the fate of its animals reflects our complicated relationship with the nonhuman world.
The Vegas Golden Knights didn’t just shred the expansion-franchise record book during their inaugural season, they wrote a second edition.
Why does a big public lands bill have so little for Nevada?
Here’s why Nevada should worry about the Justice Department’s recent opinion about internet gambling.
Lou Ruvo Center expands work on athletes’ brain health.
As the Writer’s Block prepares to open later this month, we look back at an earlier chapter of the valley’s indie book-seller story.
The closure of the quirky petting zoo suggests a new era for Red Rock: from recreation area to suburban enclave.
It’s been a year since the Parkland shooting raised awareness about school safety nationwide, including in Nevada. What’s happened since then?
Las Vegas girls are grappling their way to excellence in wrestling.