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  • There’s nothing politically correct about The Sellout, and its characters’ flawed logic draws attention to America’s greatest faults.

  • Characters and conundrums predominate in the writer's work.

  • From Archie and Conan to Big Hard Sex Criminals.

  • A complex story with a powerfully compelling central character.

  • The pieces of this puzzle don’t quite fit together.

  • Sebastian the cat, enlightened and embittered, levels his owner with a shotgun. Intrigued?

  • This is what happens when a talented writer ponders life with a unicorn.

  • “English is becoming a universal language such as humans have never known before,” Mizumura argues in The Fall of Language in the Age of English.

  • The creepy, dark thriller is told from the alternating perspectives of three women, all with something to hide.

  • Weekly's book critic picks his favorite reads of the year.

  • Ryan North has been thinking about King Midas for a while.

  • Molly Guptill Manning’s tale is heartening for any book lover.

  • There is simply not a better writer of short fiction alive.

  • These Vegas “residents” both have biographies on the shelves. Can you match the excerpt to the author?

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  • Film

    The sequel suffers from indifferent plotting and apathetic jokes that often don’t appear to have punchlines.

  • Dining

    Chef Rick Moonen kicks off his new gig as Weekly columnist with a trip back in time, Italian-style.

  • Music

    Having Christine McVie back after a 16-year hiatus seems to have reinvigorated the group.

  • Nightlife

    With their training regimens, discipline, drive and competition circuits, flair bartenders aren't just entertaining with alcohol acrobatics, they're competing in a strategic sport.

  • Dining

    Elizabeth Blau and company move closer to fine dining while showing once again they know their audience better than anyone.

  • Nightlife

    Great tastes from Ballast Point, the Bruery and an up-and-coming local operation.

  • Music

    “I love records. Everything about them: the sound, the artwork, the smell … I’ve been fascinated with how they are made since I realized that ...

  • A&E

    Priscilla is ready to unveil the only authorized Graceland exhibit to open outside of the Memphis estate.

  • Music

    Scan the spines, choose an album. Slide it from its sleeve, place it on the platter. Tonearm up, needle down. Side one.

  • As We See It

    When Peeps are fresh, they’re like sweet clouds that just rolled naked on a sugar beach.

  • As We See It

    Swedish flags were waving, local Swedes dressed in yellow and blue and Governor Brian Sandoval sported the colors of the Norse country's flag. Ikea is ...

  • A&E

    The famed founder of Cirque du Soleil has sold controlling interest in the company, and the new majority ownership company is familiar around the world ...

  • Music

    I caught some Grade A sets, but the festival lacked its former spark, that intangible feeling of yes.

  • As We See It

    The 15,200-square-foot restaurant will include a massive poolside space.

  • Music

    Where to score wax in the Valley.

  • Dining

    Also, Carmine's has you covered for National Garlic Day.

  • As We See It

    The dressage champion talks Olympic memories, his love for Vegas crowds and the power of David Bowie.

  • A&E

    Also, the 51s play their first home games this year with a little Tark thrown in.

  • Art

    Dave Hickey and Michael Govan discuss Heizer's "City"

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