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As you dig in to our annual honor roll of the valley's best chefs and restaurants this year, you'll come across the words revolution, revolutionize and revolutionare a lot.
Other tasty dishes and culinary trends of note in 2016.
A community-based employment program at Boulder Station is part of a new wave in job training — and civil rights — for adults with intellectual disabilities.
No matter how you slurp it, 2016 was a great year for noodles.
At home in the mirage of Tule Springs.
Coop is a Las Vegas treasure. Bartender David Cooper, that is — “Coop” is what his regulars have long called him, at Carnevino now and at plenty of places before that.
The 2016 election is so over — which means it’s time to see who’s setting their sights on bigger things in the pivotal 2018 election
Tips for making this year’s holiday bash one to remember (or at least one not to fret).
What does the school district’s dress code really tell my 5-year-old daughter?
The demise of alternative press in Las Vegas left stadium proposal unchallenged
Our diners kick it east-side style in Sam’s Town’s new flagship dining spot, The Angry Butcher Steakhouse.
Happy fifth birthday, Barrymore! *party horn, confetti toss* Not an insignificant milestone for a retro-luxe gem hidden in a sleepy timeshare tower on desolate Convention Center Drive.
In chain-heavy west valley, Oh La La embarks on an indie journey to France (with a layover in Little Italy).
To be sure, the second bowl of vegan chili was as delicious as the first, paired perfectly with loud, increasingly hyperventilative gulps of pinot noir, but the anxiety in my stomach seemed like a bottomless pit.
For adding Bowie, Prince, Merle and Leonard to the afterlife house band. For this not being close to the full list of stuff 2016 should be sorry for.
Kind of a boring year overall, but there were a few small highlights worth noting, I guess
Behind the scenes and on stage, Hong Wang is dedicated to promoting Chinese musical culture. (Mastering 40 ancient instruments helps.)
With his outsize expansion plans, swashbuckling Downtown casino boss Derek Stevens bids to join the roster of legendary Fremont Street characters.
It’s not the most famous college-football bowl game, or the most respected, or the most lucrative — but it is the most local.