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Best in Print

February 3 - February 9
Best in PrintArt 101: A tour through Las Vegas’ visual arts scene
We’re not gonna lie, Las Vegas is no visual arts hotbed. But there is a scene well ... read article
Best in PrintWelcome to unfabulous Macau
A Weekly contributor discusses why Vegas totally kicks ass. read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionParadise Palms is history
Does Paradise Palms, a 1960s-era swank residential enclave of mid-mod homes, have a place in history? more
The IntersectionTalking trash: Two Vegas-based fanatics square off
Join the Big Game conversation in the article’s comments section! more
The IntersectionBet on the Super Bowl with your head, not your heart
Learn how to think like a professional gambler before you place your Big Game bets. more
The IntersectionMichael Jackson set in stone—er, concrete
Snow globes, shot glasses and Criss Angel magic sets are for amateurs. more
The IntersectionBeware! Some Strip properties are resorting to nickel and diming
Resort fees are getting totally out of hand. more
The IntersectionThinking about overtipping, Bryce Harper and more
Also, what we’d like to buy from the Hard Rock Hotel. more
The IntersectionFeminists Gone Wild! A response to porn critic Gail Dines
Sociologist Gail Dines, the author of Pornland: How Porn Hijacked Our Sexuality, thinks the porn industry has a lot to answer for. more
The IntersectionRandom photo of the week
Submitted by Lynnette Williamson more
The IntersectionLas Vegas provides a haven for the D-lister
This city has always been known as the place where washed-up crooners go to die. more
The IntersectionTalking trash: Two Vegas-based fanatics square off
Join the Big Game conversation in the article’s comments section! more
Dream Zone: ‘blood and body parts flying all over’
I dreamed that up in the sky there were multiple bridges and they started to break. more

Nightlife

NightlifeHot Spots: Five years of Tryst, Oakenfold returns and more
Also, pirates get their rave on with Captain Glowstick at Ft. Cheyenne. more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: All about the ladies
Local ladies were honored, Eva Longoria’s bringing the party and two fierce females are now spinning at Tacos & Tequila. more
NightlifeTo appreciate Party Rock Monday, you’ll need to dress the part
“When I walk in the club, the people show me love … I get looks from the ladies, daps from the dudes.” more
NightlifeCasa Fuente’s Spirits Society offers the finest in liquid luxury
My first taste of Glenfiddich’s Snow Phoenix is revelatory. more
NightlifeBlush launches nightlife equivalent of early-bird special
It’s 9 p.m., do you know where the party is? more

Arts & Entertainment

Why you need to know Red Eye Radio
Red Eye Radio—don’t ask them to play My Chemical Romance more
Arts and EntertainmentChecklist: Noelle Patricia, ‘Peepshow’ dancer and ‘Your Mama Don’t Dance’ winner
The reality competition show winner dishes what media she’s digesting. more
Arts and EntertainmentSize matters for Tanyalee Davis
Tanyalee Davis is back with a show at the Clarion Hotel and Casino more
Arts and EntertainmentWhere to go and what to eat this week
Tim Allen’s Venetian residency, 31 Days of Oscar and more. more
Arts and EntertainmentGive it up, Ozzy Osbourne
There’s no getting around it: Ozzy Osbourne does not sound good these days. more
Arts and EntertainmentMusic and art collide at R2K Studio
R2K Studio launches their Art of Music series, this month featuring Erik Kabik and Random Abilideze. more
Arts and EntertainmentThree questions with comedian Joe Rogan
Joe Rogan discusses his DVD, drunks and the apocalypse. more

Screen

ScreenJewish Film Festival hits many highs
Josh Bell picks the best of this year’s Jewish Film Festival more
ScreenMovie review: ‘Somewhere’
Sofia Coppola turns her attention to the travails of the poor. more
ScreenThe Company Men’ is sympathetic but uninspired
The movie as a whole comes across as vaguely pointless. more
ScreenFox’s latest cop drama, ‘Chicago Code’ is stilted and bland
As the creator of The Shield, Shawn Ryan knows his cops, and he knows his urban corruption, too. more
ScreenDam good movies in Boulder City
Catch four days of films at the Dam Short Film Festival. more
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Taste

Three Valentine's Day reservations to woo your sweetheart
TasteNothing says “I love you” like a good dinner.
The fry guy
TasteNaked City’s Chris Palmeri adds Suicide Fries to the menu.
Cuban surprise in the suburbs
TasteYou have to sweat when you eat this kind of food. That’s a good thing.

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CD Cover CD review: Wanda Jackson 'The Party Ain't Over'
Rockabilly queen and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Wanda Jackson is the latest cult artist lovingly resurrected by music’s younger generation.
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CD Cover Decemberists disappoint with new album
The unadorned songs are almost too plain to distinguish themselves.
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CD Cover CD Review: R. Kelly's 'Love Letter'
Love Letter shows Kelly’s ability to expand his style.
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Cocktail of the Week

Cocktail of the Week Feb 8, 2011
by Mark Adams

Valentine’s Day cocktails for celebrating or drowning sorrows

Whether you’re celebrating love with your significant other this February 14 or wishing you could skip the day altogether, a cocktail can help. Tabu, Rhumbar and N9NE Steakhouse are all ...
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