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Chris Jacobs started Beer Zombies as an Instagram page. Five locations and four festivals later, he’s the high priest of a Vegas craft-beer cult.
Native artivists draw on a long tradition of speaking truth to power. For KNPR’s Native Nevada podcast, a few of them talked about the messages of their predecessors and their own work.
What’s changed the most about basketball since you played?
Cannabis is legal. Dungeons & Dragons is making a comeback. Brandon McClenahan combined the two in a popular streaming show
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Director Hisonni Mustafa on his new crime drama Take Out Girl — and its commentary on the immigrant experience.
Telemedicine made its main-stage debut at the height of the pandemic. It’s here to stay — if insurers play along.
Building both mind and body, a new charter school aims to close the gender gap.
A local photographer captured resilient Las Vegans pivoting to new ventures.
If the Vegas Golden Knights weren’t as good as they are at hockey, would we love them as much? Hell yes. Here’s why.
At Vegas Test Kitchen, fresh concepts (and brave chefs) make the menu.
At SoulBelly BBQ, Bruce Kalman takes his sweet time with regional ’cue classics.
Restored and revived, 1991’s Queen of Diamonds is the strangest Vegas film you’ve never seen.
These eye-catching Instagram accounts by local photographers will put some snap in your feed.
How a colony of feral cats welcomed me to Las Vegas.
Drag culture is as popular as ever. But beneath the makeup is a rich history of promoting LGBTQ acceptance.
The Low Desert probes the criminal underbelly of the Southern California desert — and of Las Vegas.
Take your ’wichcraft to the next level this picnic season with our crash course in sandwich mastery.
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.