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?
File this Thomas Pynchon novel under "film adaptations book lovers long for."
Designed to capture the spirit of Southern Nevada through art and literature, Helen launched this month with a 56-page issue.
It's not your typical autobiography, but Harris comes off as smart and likeable, clever and self-effacing.
Think of Jamaica as an island of smiley, laid-back rastas slinging rum on calm beaches? A Brief History of Seven Killings will serve as a ...
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Vegas DeLuxe has learned exclusively that KGB in at Harrah’s and his popular Simon Restaurant & Lounge in Palms Place will be shuttered shortly. Carson ...
Big food, crazy cocktails and undeniable warmth: A day in the life of a Strip institution.
At Billy's, pork is put on a pedestal courtesy of a “competition-style” rub that uses many flavors stacked together.
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The fallacy of the failed “family-friendly” era is as absurd as it is infuriating.
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Someone hacked into Burning Man's website and snapped up the first batch of tickets to the summer festival. Now organizers are trying to figure out ...
The Hell's Kitchen winner moved from Gordon Ramsay Steak to BurGR last year.
Also, gay nightlife fest Matinee ups its game in 2015.
The food at Wynn resorts will always be fancy, and we wouldn’t want it any other way.
Like an old museum with a bad curator, the Riviera has its historic charm and bad updates.
Desyree Alberganti is leaving the Downtown favorite she helped create.
If you’ve eaten Mexican food in Las Vegas, you’ve probably had Los Arcos tortillas or chips, which are the foundation for tacos and nachos in ...
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We've all heard it: "Everybody leaves Las Vegas"
Does the space boast a bigger dancefloor now? Find that—and all the deets—here.
From ‘Austin Powers’ to Gap ads and ‘ShowStoppers,’ choreographer Marguerite Derricks has done it all
The choreographer extraordinaire talks working on Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers, researching for Showgirls and teaching Tom Cruise to spank some air booty in Tropic Thunder.
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In 1975, Leonard Nimoy published an autobiography with the defiant title, "I Am Not Spock" — an attempt to show the world he had many ...
“Kids today have so many cute questions. Why do the doggies have tails? Why does the moon follow us? What’s a rusty trombone?”
SMU's Arts Vibrancy Index aimed to determine the "hotbeds of America's arts and culture."
The movie’s first half is playful and sly, ending with a small but satisfying twist.
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This is one party Nevada doesn’t want to see end.
Also, GBDC gets even more vibrant for the Color Run afterparty.