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From a musical about a contrarian critic to the Las Vegas Phil's opener, this month's recommendations.
Notable Las Vegans share their version of the perfect day in the city.
In 2010, we talked with a pair of young women in Las Vegas loo
Saturday night at the Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival, a new documentary film explores the life of the talented singer, dancer, and actor Sammy Davis, Jr.
You’ve heard it said before that Las Vegas is kind of a crossroads of the universe. Somehow, everything connects with the city never sleeps. Glen Campbell brings that to mind.
Special events, especially in Las Vegas, are huge challenges.: finances, ticket sales, crowd control, personalities, egos all come into play.
A great thing about documentary films is that the filmmakers can shed new light on a news story.
Making sense of this fall's three big music festivals.
It’s not hyperbole to say Jerry Lewis was a comedic icon. Nor is it too much to say he was a humanitarian.
Dan Reynolds, lead singer of Imagine Dragons, said there’s no compromise in him when it comes to his views on gays in the Mormon Church.
Consume your weight in culture!
The show is back in the spotlight following a Netflix series fictionalizing the 1980s program.
Sun's out! Fun's out!
A Navajo heavy metal band is releasing its first album May 27. They call themselves “I Dont Konform.” And unless you live on the reservation you probably haven’t heard of them.
If you’re a local filmmaker with a big dream and a tiny budget, you want May May Luong on your team.
Nevada Public Radio talks with the co-writers of "Clowntown - A Musical" - Michael Brennan and John Masse.
The Netflix series, "13 Reasons Why" has sparked discussion across the country about high school culture, bullying, and teen suicide.
A Paris museum is celebrating the legacy of Liberace, the pianist, showman, and longtime Las Vegas headliner who pioneered b
“No sets, no costumes, no props.” Because Charlie Ross is an actor describing a one-person stage show, such talk of presentational minimalism isn’t surprising
Crapshoot Comedy Festival cofounder Paul Chamberlain talks about his audacious Downtown event
Our monthly visit with Justin Favela and Emmanuel Ortega, co-hosts of the podcast, "Latinos Who Lunch."
People who call Las Vegas home have been trying to bolster the arts community for years. Now, it seems some of those efforts are paying off.
He’s supposed to be dead by now, but comedy magician The Amazing Johnathan has defied the doctors — with a little help from a friend of a friend — to take the stage again.
Some stuff you can do this month, whatevz.