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Sometimes, you just love someone sooo much you wanna get them something unreasonably fancy.
It's map time here at Desert Companion, so we've handcrafted a batch of charts and graphics to help you see Las Vegas in ways that the GPS lady can't. Safe travels!
Help these organizations with donations, volunteers, stuff.
Can’t wait to get Holidaying? Here is the ultimate list of events!
So far in 2018 more than a million acres of Nevada wilderness have burned in both human and lighting caused fires. That's the meet of any year since the Great Basin Coordination Center began recording statistics in 2012.
Yes, my daughter swallowed a coin.
Jury duty puts you at the center of the big engine of American justice.
Aurelio Herrera is a man obsessed. It’s paying off.
There’s a gush of water news, most of it bad.
Four Southern Nevada artists envision a very Vegas Turkey Day.
Feeling thankful? Are you angry? Are you resigned to nothing making sense? There is a day just for you!
Food and religion mix deliciously in local restaurants that adhere to kosher, halal, and Jainist standards.
What makes a Moth story a Moth story?
A Public Fit’s cerebral Incognito explores the most puzzling landscape of all, the human brain.
Maya Cinemas brings a community-oriented cineplex to underserved North Las Vegas.
The Queer Arts Film Festival brings life back to a dormant niche of the local film scene.
From a play about Walt Disney talking to a concert honoring music legend Virko Baley, some events of note.
Forget gift cards and cash envelopes. This holiday season, give the gift of thoughtful quirk by shopping at these local niche spots.
I tend to prefer navigating cities the old-school way: with my nose in a map half the time. I do not necessarily endorse this method.
Notes from a recent spin through Project Neon.
Sixty years ago, the grisly killings of the Riviera Hotel’s president and his wife stunned Las Vegas — and would haunt the casino industry for a generation.
Departing director Jaina Moan saw Friends of Gold Butte through its best times — and its worst.