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The COVID pandemic hit Vegas harder than any other city in the nation, leading to record job losses. While many other industries managed to recover, service workers are still suffering. So, what’s next for Sin City’s service industry?

By Sarah Rose Cadorette

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Our annual Best of the City gets the hyper-local treatment this year with neighborhood-by-neighborhood pics for top places to eat, drink, play, and shop. And speaking of bests, we've got Top Doctors here, too!
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Volunteers help scrub graffiti off sandstone in Nevada
Nevadans For Cultural Preservation
Three eye-opening exhibits, a folk concert, and a lecture on environmental stewardship round out this late summer cultural cornucopia
The band members of Soul Fusion
The Smith Center
Photo illustration of footballs being thrown from out of frame with dashed lines following behind them. Cucumber slices fill the empty space around them.
Ryan Vellinga
 Photograph of Makers and Finders Churro Waffle sitting on a white plate with caramel, ice cream, and blueberries placed on top of the waffle.
Brent Holmes
Brent Holmes Photography
At Makers & Finders
 Photograph of caramel boba tea and passion fruit boba tea sitting on a table.
Gregg Carnes
Gregg Carnes Photography
We’re thrilled to share that Desert Companion has won 10 awards in the Nevada Press Association's 2023 Better Newspaper Contest, announced the week of September 18 through 22.
Three White-crowned Sparrows stand next to each other in the ponds at Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve
David Anderson
David Anderson Photography