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When Emily Matview came out as transgender, she discovered an unlikely support network — a punk rock community she helped build herself
The Thompson brothers set out to make a short fantasy film about a magic sword. It turned out to be the perfect commentary on 2020.
The struggles of one cook provide a deep look at an industry — and maybe a society — in crisis
Being big was RJ Owens’ calling card onstage and in life. What will happen when there’s not so much of him?
Jeff Williams, mayor of a tiny town south of Las Vegas, battles economic and medical struggles with the same upbeat vigor.
After a life in Nevada politics, former GOP kingmaker Marilyn Gubler now runs a desert ranch, where there’s no question who sits in the big saddle.
Wisecracking philanthropist Bob Ellis and wife Sandy open their hearts for Nevada’s underserved kids and schools.
The reaping isn’t so grim at Bryan and Dusty Schoening’s Coffinwood, where the custom coffins, hearses, and other deathly touches are really about being more alive.
Nashville transplant Megan Rüger finds Las Vegas the ideal place the chase her rock ’n’ roll fantasy.
Departing director Jaina Moan saw Friends of Gold Butte through its best times — and its worst.
Danny Tarkanian keeps running — even though he keeps losing. Why? On the occasion of his fifth time on the ballot, notes on a perennial candidate saddled with a dynasty to live up to.
Cabbie Andrew Gnatovich became well-known for his tweets about life on the Vegas streets, but October 1 pushed him to his character limit.
Death Valley park officials consider wild burros a scourge. To activists like Diana Chontos, the misunderstood creatures embody the soul of the West.
There’s more to a marathon than running — Porta-Potties, for instance. That’s where race organizer Joyce Forier comes in.
From attempted murder to a career in comedy, Brandt Tobler’s life wasn’t always funny — until he made it that way.
From its swap-meet beginning and its too-real emotions to its funky title, H.G. McKinnis’ debut novel is rooted in the real Las Vegas.
If you’re a local filmmaker with a big dream and a tiny budget, you want May May Luong on your team.
Singer Mark Giovi isn’t letting his medical condition keep him from hitting the high notes.
From tiny buildings to big ideas, the miniature realities of architectural modelmakers Adam Throgmorton and Shawn Bicker.
With his outsize expansion plans, swashbuckling Downtown casino boss Derek Stevens bids to join the roster of legendary Fremont Street characters.
The law has pursued millionaire sports bettor Billy Walters for more than 25 years — but he’s almost always walked away a victor. Is the gambler’s uncanny luck about to run out?
A trick-shot pool sorcerer, to be specific, complete with popular videos, live appearances — and a bright future cued up.
Three decades in, hospitality lifer Eric Snyder still loves the people, the ambiance and the stories of a good neighborhood watering hole
“Tomato Lady” Leslie Doyle is on a mission to make sure you never eat a rubbery, mealy tomato again.
From shy local student to national face of immigration reform, Astrid Silva’s journey hasn’t always been a DREAM