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We confess. We used to think like a lot of locals do, imagining the rest of the Silver State beyond our city as little more than Las Vegas’ ramshackle and somewhat embarrassing backyard.
With intimate village feel, parks and Red Rock Canyon next door, Summerlin and its environs are, for many, the ‘best place to live.'
Could I survive a night in their motel of terror?
A man on the move offers travel tips — and a cautionary tale or two.
A new book looks at the history of Strip music and the 1989 strike that broke up the bands.
The Mountains, before the Magic
Virginia City to Ely, Gerlach to Beatty, small-town Nevadans share a love of their places — and some concerns
From a 20-year brewer outside Elko to a fledgling brew pub in Virginia City, Nevada has its share of the micro-beer market.
Rick Lattin, owner of Lattin Farms, is fond of telling the story about a 12-year-old girl who visited. Marveling at the pumpkin patch, she asked how long it took to haul the pumpkins to the farm.
Fallon’s farm-to-table pioneer Steve Hernandez grows what he can, and makes a short drive for the rest.
What’s a road trip without road food? Probably a road trip with fewer bathroom stops. But less fun! Here’s a sampler plate of what we ate on #DCRoadTrip2016
In Northern Nevada, The Martin restaurant is a culinary and social hub for regulars and weary travelers alike.
Not to be weird or anything, but, question: Did mountains suddenly become beautiful and interesting when I wasn’t paying attention? I thought epiphanies were just a literary device
What we learned from our ambitious, panoramic, statewide ramble
A new solar plant outside Tonopah is sparking a debate about the relationship of big renewable energy projects to the environment.
We begin with an update: In our August 2014 issue, local newsman George Knapp wrote about the 1981 murder of 18-year-old Jamey Walker, officially unsolved all these years.
Fred Lewis cradles his Yorkie, Oscar, and rocks reflexively in an upholstered recliner near the front window of the mobile home from which he oversees Thunder Mountain Monument.
On the prowl with the dedicated animal rescue volunteers trying to curb the valley’s feral-cat problem through traps, surgery — and loving care.
Opening reception for Framing the West, Stiff’s exhibit of paintings abstracted from landscape forms. Good buzz on this one. Through June 24. 5:30p, free, 702-455-7340