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Imaginative and unusual ways to enjoy the holidays. Art, music, literature, hiking and the mob. Hie thee now...
Give the gift of Vegas. Last-minute shoppers can please almost everyone — and avoid the mall — by giving Las Vegas experiences.
No Angel? As Criss Angel brings an updated Mindfreak to a new venue, a few thoughts on the Strip’s most divisive entertainer. Mike Weatherford says when it comes to divisiveness, Criss Angel is the Donald Trump of Las Vegas entertainment.
Frozen in Flux - abstract art by painter Benjamin Schmitt and sculpture by Benjamin Johnsen at the Centennial Hills Library.
Food and religion mix deliciously in local restaurants that adhere to kosher, halal, and Jainist standards.
What makes a Moth story a Moth story?
A Public Fit’s cerebral Incognito explores the most puzzling landscape of all, the human brain.
Maya Cinemas brings a community-oriented cineplex to underserved North Las Vegas.
The Queer Arts Film Festival brings life back to a dormant niche of the local film scene.
From a play about Walt Disney talking to a concert honoring music legend Virko Baley, some events of note.
Forget gift cards and cash envelopes. This holiday season, give the gift of thoughtful quirk by shopping at these local niche spots.
The Dark Arts Market is finding an audience for its celebrations of the charmingly macabre and the strangely beautiful.
Nevada Taste Site celebrates a sense of place with a little Vegas camp — and a lot of flavor.
As the coordinator of the reading series Dime Grinds for the Henderson Writers Group, I’m familiar with the challenges of organizing literary events. These tips will help you start your own.
Lucha Libre Las Vegas brings playful action, colorful masks, and tales of good and evil to Sin City.
Concerts, theatre and events to keep you busy this month.
Married authors Claire Vaye Watkins and Derek Palacio discuss the Las Vegas Book Festival, haunted writers, and returning to the West.
The area adjacent to UNLV offers knowledgeable eaters a university of culinary diversity.
Whether it comes from taps, bottles, or cans, here’s a pitcher of the current Vegas beerscape.
We took a peek into the bags of four stylish locals. Here are their tools and totems for getting things done — and looking good while doing it.
Jim Stanford makes art at the shimmering, surprisingly symmetrical intersection of Las Vegas and Buddhism.
What we think of a city has consequences for that city: Las Vegas. San Francisco. Birmingham, Alabama. Three very different cities united by at least one thing.
Meet David Anthony, one of PETA’s sexiest vegans — also a (Las) Vegan.
Joël Robuchon’s passing isn’t just sad news in itself. It signals the beginning of the end of Strip fine dining as we know it.
After two decades of making beautiful music, the Las Vegas Philharmonic aims for higher notes.