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The perfect tunes (and tales) for your Arizona road trip
There are more than two, in fact, but let's begin with these.
Cosplaying piratical extremists to gather at Craig Ranch Regional Park for two days of yo-ho-ho escapism
Las Vegans get onstage to tell tales of love that didn't work out
"A built environment of pure possibility": UNLV student archihtects show their adventurous work
Celebrating "crazy underground films" by women
Laughlin and Lone Pine find their niche in the film festival circuit.
The artist and her "modern/lowbrow/pop art" creations come to the Arts Factory
In Other Desert Cities, the theater company A Public Fit explores the volatile intersection of family, politics, and buried truths
"Can we do a production of this play with all female actors where gender disappears?”
The photographer trains her lens on the ineffable: memory, experience, time
Susanne Forestieri's paintings are a window into another life
At this upcoming summit, bike safety is about much more than sharing the road.
It's been years since the artist had an exhibit of fresh pieces
Work by the one-of-a-kind artist makes a rare stop in Las Vegas
A group of local medical students teamed up with the Salvation Army on a water drive for homeless people this weekend.
A three-day event at New Orleans Square examines fundamental human desires in many visual and performance media
With the annual 100 Holes From Hell disc golf tourney coming up, our correspondent takes to the course himself
Hiking with your dog? Worried about rattlesnakes? Read on.
Get a final blast of winter — at a good price and to help injured athletes
Tomorrow is International Migratory Bird Day, and the Wetlands Park is the place to be
A show worth seeing before it comes down March 24
On Thursday, the artist will discuss the wide stylistic and conceptual range displayed in his 40-year retrospective at the Sahara West Library
Saturday's Las Vegas Philharmonic concert will bring an exotic, imaginary city to musical life — with an equally exotic instrument