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The Weekly blacks out … and writes poems

The Weekly staff took inspiration from Austin Kleon’s Newspaper Blackout and created poems based off our favorite magazine—ours! Make your own blackout poem from a Weekly article and email it to us. You just might see it in the next week's issue!

By Kristen Peterson, staff writer

By April Corbin, web content editor

By Sarah Feldberg, editor

By Erin Ryan, staff writer

By Ken Miller, associate editor

By Mark Adams, listings coordinator

By Rick Lax, staff writer

By Allison Duck, online listings coordinator

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Mark Adams joined the Las Vegas Weekly in 2010 and now serves as the magazine’s web editor. You can also ...

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