"A mashup of disparate souls trying to capture greatness for a moment."
The Weekly's book critic picks his favorite reads of 2015.
She takes care to consider how history’s turns affected women, slaves, conquered peoples and millions of unheralded and powerless Romans.
“The examined life turns out to be a pain in the stones."
Page after page of a visual compromise between flat, angular cartooning and rich, vibrant painting.
An offhand touch and the plot's peculiar circumstances help lighten the sometimes dark story.
The author's new collection is creepy, titillating and impossible to put down.
Art history as a continual unfolding of ideas and forms is just one of the author's concerns.
Just a few statements uttered at this year's book festival on Saturday, October 17 at Downtown's Fifth Street School.
Smith is as captivating narrating a meal as she is illustrating the nature of masterpiece.
“Sometimes it is better not to know anything about a country when you visit it.”
Lucia Berlin’s posthumous collection, 'A Manual for Cleaning Women,' is visceral and beautifully real
Quick moments of suffering and weird shared joy.
From a new Patti Smith memoir to the completion of a Sinatra bio, these books will keep you busy.
Haruki Murakami, now 66, looks back in Wind/Pinball, writing about early adult life from the vantage of age 29.
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John Katsilometes relays a message from CEO Jim Murren about why SpongeBob SquarePants will not be welcome at the new entertainment …
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We look at the Strip's forthcoming pedestrian retail development by comparing it to the one open across the Boulevard.
Sometimes you don’t see the busy weeks coming. The week just passed was one of those in VegasVille, a weeklong rollout of parties, performances and ...
Where to get your grub and buzz on while watching the Big Game.
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Plus, Burger Lounge is coming to Aria, February is super-sweet at Hexx, and Via Brasil is doing Carnival.
This week, Monday By the Numbers focuses on Super Bowl 50, where we finally drop the Roman numerals and ask the question, “In how many ...
If “Twisted Vegas” is beguiling, “Spoofical” is just brutal. That’s how that show feels even in rehearsals, and by David Saxe’s description. ...
One performer who will not rock in Rio for long is Mark Shunock, the magnanimous actor who portrays Lonny who has announced on his Facebook ...
To the millions who have seen “Jubilee” over its 34-year history, the costumes have been as much a part of the show as the performers. ...
Paul Johnson can at once rock, and build, the house. A man who hammers it down on and off the stage, Johnson has ascended the ...
People buying Burning Man tickets later this month will also pay live entertainment tax for the first time ...
During the past two days, we’ve hit Brody Dolyniuk’s orchestral production at the Smith Center, visited Mr. Lucky’s 24/7 at Hard Rock Hotel, met up ...
The pan roast has reached local icon status, a true must-eat. Now there’s another place to get it.
With more than 100 beers to choose from, giant versions of Jenga and Connect Four and a menu of tasty bar bites, Beer Park is ...
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The 17-member First Friday Foundation is now tasked with making the operation solvent and spurring engagement.
It’s been riding high for almost 16 years, since the resort opened, more than a lifetime in Vegas club years.
"It’s so beautiful to be able to stress the body in a certain way and watch it adapt, down to a cellular level."
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Soon, you won’t have to “like” your friends’ bad news on Facebook.
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No one is spared in Spoofical. Magicians. Dance troupes. Casino moguls. Superstar headliners. Smut-pamphlet passers on the Strip.
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