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“Conducting is not only moving your arms!” she jokes.
Why are fewer American females than males into outdoor recreation, and why does it matter?
“No sets, no costumes, no props.” Because Charlie Ross is an actor describing a one-person stage show, such talk of presentational minimalism isn’t surprising
Decisions echo across decades for the women in Laura McBride’s “honest Las Vegas tale,” ’Round Midnight.
Crapshoot Comedy Festival cofounder Paul Chamberlain talks about his audacious Downtown event
Since this is Poetry Month, we asked local poets to write about some of April’s other observances.
A new book on water in the Southwest flounders from the author’s uncritical embrace of the official story.
Courtney Bentley connected her emotions to her workouts — and that infused her with a new sense of purpose.
From brontosaurus gas station mascots to vintage fiberglass triceratops replicas in post-World War II motel courts, the roadside dinosaur is classic American kitsch.
Genre: Crime fiction. Plot: Outraged by the coverup of a prostitute’s death in Luxor, therapist Wylie Melville and his oddball posse investigate a ring of powerful sex-traffickers and their brutal enforcer.
The foreclosure crisis has slowed, but many Las Vegans still face losing their homes — even as the state mulls the future of a mediation program that could help them.
From Tanvi Patel, Director of UNLV's Pollen Monitoring Program
Vegas book lovers have a tough decision in April: Stay in town for the big, new litstravaganza? Or go to L.A. for the traditional bookapalooza?
Writers/directors Nicky and Laetitia Dewhurst have created a show touting planetary health for Cirque du Soleil’s annual One Night for One Drop event.
A series in which writers find meaning in specific locations around town - enter Cafe Roma.
Marta Becket was expected to live forever by fans who insisted she must. The world she created at Death Valley Junction was to be eternal because that is the stuff that dreams are made of.
It’s a bold attempt, first in a decade, to see what crosscurrents exist in such a diverse state and to make an outward-facing statement about the quality of work being done here.
Or, how one basketball fan learned to stop worrying about the past and love the Rebels — again
As a wildlife biologist and photographer, Sharon K. Schafer fulfilled a dream when she visited the Galapagos Islands in 2004.
My moment of clarity on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Beer was involved.
A timely play about America, Muslim identity and politics highlights the role of art in an era of social tumult.
How to deal with PTSD and moral injury?
Enough of your lowered expectations — this once unpromising stretch of road is filled with surprises.
A new book examines the highs and lows of The Downtown Project.
Wait. There’s such a thing as an MFA in arts leadership? Yes. Braddock describes it as “essentially an artsy business management degree.”