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Three conversations about food, art, and the outdoors in Las Vegas
Covering vast swaths of public land is the easy way to develop renewable energy. But is it the smartest?
Amid a year of chaos and dread, pizza remains eternal. And it’s thriving deliciously in the valley.
Local scholar and author Erica Vital-Lazare on her new project to resurface important Black literature.
What does your gray matter think of socially distanced human connection?
Don’t want to leave your car? Pull up to the second window for some drive-throughs worth stopping for.
A just food system has to encompass every step from the soil to your plate.
What’s up with your new neighbors, the Stephensons? Why are they here, on your porch this Christmas season ... caroling? Welcome to theater — in your front yard.
A new documentary about Harry Reid’s environmental work spotlights his relationship to outback Nevada.
Meet the musician behind the jingle that will soon be stuck in your mind — again.
Some restaurant owners are asking whether food delivery apps are friend or foe.
A brief encounter in Searchlight at the start of a long journey through Nevada.
Criticized for racial inequities and other workplace issues, the Neon Museum finds itself in an unaccustomed glare.
The ballad of the lonely superfan.
The life and unnecessary death of the Henderson Pavilion.
Change is a constant in Las Vegas. Implosions are dramatic and swift. What comes down is memorable. But what goes up?
If you’re on lockdown, might as well have some locktails. Here’s our tip sheet on the art of domestic drinking.
Denied the usual in-person skills camps and outreach programs, the new team in town finds other ways to join the community.
A fond farewell to Vickie’s, the classic Downtown diner.
Live and Direct 702 has elevated local virtual showcases with professionalism and intimacy.
On the 60th anniversary of Ocean’s 11, the film that introduced Sin City’s fizz to the world, a trip back in time.
In Desert Notebooks, author Ben Ehrenreich ponders the future through the lenses of climate change, the desert, mythology, time — and Las Vegas.
African-American cuisine and Black-owned restaurants jazz up the valley’s food scene.
As the movement toward racial justice gathers momentum, there’s a danger of mistaking symbolic change for the real thing.
In praise of the cheapo kiddie pool.