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You can go see Johnny Marr because you’re nostalgic for the Smiths if you want to, but for his part, he’ll be focused on songs from his latest album, Call the Comet.
"Wicked" is one of the most beloved Broadway musicals of the 21st century. So is "The Book of Mormon."
For those with long memories, the Excalibur’s new show, Fuerza Bruta, will bring to mind a (short-lived) blast from the past.
The Nevada Women’s Film Festival is honoring actress, singer and production studio owner Susan Anton, who lives in Las Vegas, with its Nevada Woman of Achievement award on Thursday, March 21.
Willobee Carlan joins us to talk about the music NV 89 is playing. Willobee is the program director and afternoon host at NV89, Nevada Public Radio's music station in Reno.
For aspiring comedians, breaking in means open-mic nights, small audiences, and jokes that don’t work — but at least you’re not alone.
Music, lectures, literature and theater to keep you entertained and educated!
On 9/11, America shut down its airspace for several days. In-flight aircraft were diverted elsewhere, 38 of them to a small town on the island of Newfoundland. That’s some 7,000 unexpected visitors.
Before it became a Strip behemoth, Cirque du Soleil was an oddball upstart. A reflection on Cirque’s 25 years of defying expectations — and transforming our city’s idea of spectacle.
Here's a matrix of Vegas' hot summer and fall concerts, and how to enjoy them.
The most recent episode of prankster Sacha Baron Cohen's new show "Who is America" took aim at Kingman with interesting results.
Nevada Public Radio talks with Todd Fisher, author of "My Girls: A Lifetime with Carrie and Debbie."
With his mob-history dance revue, legendary Las Vegas producer Jeff Kutash looks for one more big hit.
A year after the death of legendary comedian, actor and director Jerry Lewis memorabilia from his life on and off the stage is up for auction.
The Latinos Who Lunch come to us today from Los Angeles and Portland, Maine.
From a beautiful nighttime hike to a celebration of erotic art, this month's recommendations.
Paranormal radio show host Art Bell has died. He was 72.
The Nye County Sheriff’s office Bell died in his Pahrump home yesterday.
An autopsy is scheduled in coming days to determine the cause of death.
Music, art, and brainy talk - this month's recommendations.
A legendary New York comedy club brings its funny business to the Strip.
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