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The hottest events, shows and exhibits to fill your calendar.
Being able to choose your own ingredients is good. I got onions,green peppers, spinach, and tofu popcorn
La Strega and Locale bring Strip-worthy Italian fare (and flair) to the southwest valley
Street Foodie gorges on the culinary glory of our ever-changing Chinatown.
And other burning questions about keeping your pets cool this summer
It’ll be an uphill trek if you want to get an eyeful of Nevada’s summer wildflowers — but they’re worth it.
Whether you prefer classic hot dogs or crazy on a bun, we have a nice wiener for you.
No fruit? Always round? Has to be Italian? Get your laws off my pizza — and taste these renegade slices that break the rules in all the right ways.
The Vegas Rollers bring professional team tennis to town. It’s a game about spectacle (and party rock) as much as sport.
Spiritual Aberration — an exhibit that finds UNLV digital photography students defying the frothy aesthetic of summer by examining the portentous topics of deviance and divinity.
Events worth leaving your air-conditioning to experience.
With his new show, longtime female impersonator Toni James hopes to revive the Vegas drag extravaganza.
Here we are now, entertain us — exhibits, concerts, shows,events, and miscellaneous kung pao to fill your calendar.
Notes from a lifelong East Sider on a major exhibit rooted in the lives of the valley’s invisible, and indispensable, people.
Eight places to work your muscles or brains when it’s just too hot to be outside.
This busy musical artist and Cirque performer tends toward a minimalist style with an Idris Elba attitude.
With bold, classic dishes, Old Soul serves up surprises from an unlikely location.
At least for a minute, as a new show tries to revive Elvis in a town that may no longer need him.
Bughouse! offers live topical debates for fun and (hopefully) enlightenment.
By looking at Las Vegas’ motels and street art, two new books explore the city’s ephemeral nature.
A brainy play and a playfully surreal ballet underscore the importance of costume design
A new photo exhibit celebrates the Convention Center’s glamorous past, even as the facility prepares to leap into the future.
You can go see Johnny Marr because you’re nostalgic for the Smiths if you want to, but for his part, he’ll be focused on songs from his latest album, Call the Comet.
You can eat from the street without leaving the Boulevard.
Staycation experiences abound in Nevada’s fourth-largest city.