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How’s your new normal coming along? *Listens and nods in glum sympathy* Well, good news: It’s just been enlivened by a roster of safe, sane, and socially distanced fall happenings..
Do you remember, in the first weeks of the spring shutdown, all those silver linings we scrounged up from our strange new lives at home?
Criticized for racial inequities and other workplace issues, the Neon Museum finds itself in an unaccustomed glare.
The ballad of the lonely superfan.
The life and unnecessary death of the Henderson Pavilion.
Change is a constant in Las Vegas. Implosions are dramatic and swift. What comes down is memorable. But what goes up?
Imagine surviving a 10.0 earthquake, only to be hit by the tsunami trailing behind it. In many ways, this is how the last year or so has felt for Nevada Public Radio.
If you’re on lockdown, might as well have some locktails. Here’s our tip sheet on the art of domestic drinking.
In a moment when the culture is bunkered down, these six creatives are using new methods — or stubbornly rehabbing old ones — to provoke, connect, and inspire.
Denied the usual in-person skills camps and outreach programs, the new team in town finds other ways to join the community.
Stacks of joy in a heavily used landscape.
Being big was RJ Owens’ calling card onstage and in life. What will happen when there’s not so much of him?
The things you can learn — about yourself, about others, about America — on an airport shuttle bus.
A fond farewell to Vickie’s, the classic Downtown diner.
Live and Direct 702 has elevated local virtual showcases with professionalism and intimacy.
A new book follows people attempting to escape life in LV’s storm drains.
Parting thoughts on the end of the ever-changing Le Rêve.
On the 60th anniversary of Ocean’s 11, the film that introduced Sin City’s fizz to the world, a trip back in time.
Branded One CrossFit gym specializes in serving disabled veterans. But physical fitness is only part of the regimen.
What the removal of the Hey Reb statue means — and doesn’t mean.
Could the Strip become a model of safety in a post-pandemic world? The response to the 1980 MGM fire might offer some lessons.
Doctors, specialists, and medical students share the sometimes difficult lessons they’ve learned in the age of COVID-19.
A roundtable on racial justice in Las Vegas.
I acknowledge this as a false belief, but tough times call for, uh, sometimes indulging a forgivable weakness for a little personal religiosity cooked up in your head. Mine is: Las Vegans are extraordinarily hospitable.
In Desert Notebooks, author Ben Ehrenreich ponders the future through the lenses of climate change, the desert, mythology, time — and Las Vegas.