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What the firing of Gallant means for the Golden Knights (and for fans)
What you should and shouldn't recycle
Shade Tree residents get better on-site health clinic
Pedal bikes put a piece of historic railway at tourists’ feet
(Before It's Too Late)
The world of The Hunger Games comes to the Strip
Fight back with free sunscreen, courtesy of Comprehensive Cancer Centers
Sometimes, the backstage story is the one you really want to see. For locals, the most distinctive thing about Celestia is the eye-catching big top housing it on the north side of The Strat.
A dispatch from two formerly fringe fan conventions reveals that "geek" culture has come a long way
Local scholar reflects on Tolkien’s current moment
Or, notes from Al Gore’s talk at UNLV
Artist Amanda Browder helps stitch together UNLV's art department and the community
Las Vegas can be a fertile place to set your Christmas or New Year's pop-culture extravaganza. Seven sometimes-oddball examples.
Useful advice from a 71-year-old who will leave you in the dust
Look at the hair on that guy, Vegas Golden Knight Pierre-Edouard Bellemare. He's about to lose it in a show of support for breast-cancer patients.
With a timely donation, Shade Tree plans to expand its emergency services
Five years after the devastating Carpenter One fire, some reminders: What average Joes can do to help prevent another conflagration
Thoughts on the short life (and not wholly unexpected demise) of Marilyn! the New Musical
We need mental health awareness and education, yes, but also resources
One of the state's signature sindustries finds itself under seige in the #MeToo era
Dolores Huerta, labor organizer, is the subject of a new documentary produced by Carlos Santana.
In an era of fake news, Russian bots, and cyber-bullying, a UNLV prof’s timely book asks us to resist the information flow
In his City Hall exhibit, the artist uses the ferocity of animals to explore moral apathy, race, and conflict
Women’s March Nevada Coordinator Deborah Harris reflects on the rally's growth and evolution