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You are going to need a bigger calendar. Presenting more attention-demanding events than your monthly planner can handle.
Plenty of musical events of any genre to sing to your heart and soul.
Expand you mind with these readings, culture and lectures.
Fill your calendar with these events!
A poet, two very different artists, a videomaker, and a rapper: five emerging talents energizing the valley’s cultural life.
You will find something to appeal to your asthetic tastes with these art exhibits.
Started as a prank event on Facebook, “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” had more than 2 million people signed on to attend the September 20 gathering (now festival) near the secret military base and rumored site of alien technology.
Kim Boschee brings the gospel of running to girls in Las Vegas.
It might be time to officially retire that groany old maxim about Las Vegas imploding instead of preserving its blah blah blah.
The biggest weight room challenge isn’t getting ripped — it’s blending in.
Big music events are no longer just about the music — they’re about you.
In an age of decision fatigue and too many choices, prix fixe menus are making a comeback
Artist Glynn Galloway combines old items and wet leather into pieces that are ‘a little bit edgy’
Before you read about this year’s Ones to Watch, catch up with talents from previous years.
With her stylized secondhand flair and first-rate skills, this makeup artist has become a Las Vegas icon.
The Discovery Children’s Museum CEO fills her workspace with reminders of the past that inspire the future
Liberace once ruled the Strip, but fell into obscurity after he died of AIDS-related causes. On the 100th anniversary of his birth, signs point to a glittering return.
Productivity was all the molten rage for a minute on the internet: getting things done, lifehacks, deep work, inbox zero, social media blackout apps, monotasking.
Droll, odd, poignant, and awkward moments from the many Septembers of Las Vegas history.
On moving, minimalism, and the importance — or unimportance — of stuff.
Nissa Tzun and her Forced Trajectory Project tell the stories of families who’ve lost loved ones to the police.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2012, the crown jewel in a mixed-use development, Symphony Park, that was going to shape Downtown Las Vegas for a new generation.