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Best in Print

September 6-September 12
Best in Print2012 Fall A+E Guide: Movies
There’s plenty of cinematic goodness in store for the rest of the year — oh, and more ... read article
Best in Print2012 Fall A+E Guide: Albums
Green Day, Grizzly Bear and a band you might have heard of from Las Vegas. read article
Best in Print2012 Fall A+E Guide: Concerts
Get ready for Neon Reverb, Madonna and a whole lotta Guns N’ Roses. read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionWhen the end comes, Survival Expo attendees will be ready
Everything you need to survive planetary disaster, including beef jerky. more
The IntersectionWeekly Q&A: Artist Jevijoe Vitug talks controversy and compassion
While superstar artists in the art world are being packaged as art brands by large global corporations and often being sponsored by global mega-banks, start-up ... more
Conversation Starters: Porn props and waxing about Lance Armstrong
Also, Michael Phelps is WAY too honest more
The IntersectionIf They Mated: Holly and Pasquale
Somewhere out there, Hef just got the shivers. more
The IntersectionAnybody else hear those bells?
The noisy Strip can drown out Bellagio’s bells. more
The IntersectionFashion’s Night Out with Patricia Field
Dear Patricia. I see beautiful clothes and accessories for miles, but I don’t see a lot of style. more
The IntersectionDowntown desperately needs more trails, but don’t hold your breath
There’s a long-range plan for trails downtown, but where’s the money going to come from? more
The IntersectionPolitics on social media: Do we know too much about our friends?
Facebook, Twitter and the like have kicked open all kinds of private doors. more
The IntersectionJapan will resume exporting its beef to the U.S.—but will anyone notice?
The luxury item has been suspended since April 2010. more

Nightlife

NightlifeHot Spots: Hope Solo at Chateau, PBR Rock Bar’s anniversary and more
Also, get lit Under the Neon Lights at Neonopolis or catch Outasight at 1 Oak. more
NightlifeNightlife News & Notes: Phelps takes the cake at Encore Beach Club and more
Also, karaoke at Ellis Island and Marquee in GQ. more
NightlifeHyde proves to be the perfect party for Labor Day Weekend
Plus, cat masks and Tommy guns. more
NightlifeRedfoo goes stage-to-pool to cap LDW
Snapping pics of the LMFAO star is always exciting. more
NightlifeThe story of the original margarita, as told by Hussong’s Cantina
Some people claim that there’s a woman to blame. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment2012 Fall A+E Guide: Books
A controversial dictionary and posthumous goods from DFW and Vonnegut. more
Arts and EntertainmentMy list: Weekly designer Corlene Byrd digs through the Killers catalog
She’s contributed, musically, to three of the band’s albums. Here are her thoughts on a few cuts more
Arts and EntertainmentQ&A: Bay Area garage-rocker Ty Segall
He headlines Neon Reverb’s kickoff party, September 11 at the Bunkhouse. more
Arts and EntertainmentOn the dawning of Vegas’ new neon age
Neon is to Las Vegas what jazz is to New Orleans. more
Arts and EntertainmentMargaret Cho, Ironman World Championship and other things to do and see in Vegas
Trust us on these awesome weekend events. more
Arts and EntertainmentCelebrate gay pride, the LGBT community and its progress at Las Vegas Pride
Get all the details on this year’s parade, festival and more. more
Arts and EntertainmentCD review: Animal Collective’s ‘Centipede Hz’
Your reception of the album will largely depend on your tolerance for strangeness. more
Arts and EntertainmentCommunity kick(start)s in to help performers produce their dream
Contributors to the production will see their names in the show credits. more
Arts and EntertainmentTroy Gillett’s installation invites you to explore—and contemplate
“Inner Sanctum” is on display at County Government Center through Oct. 5. more
Arts and EntertainmentDespite solid acting, Atlas Theatre’s ‘Closer’ fails to break our heart
Atlas Theatre’s Closer is, unfortunately, a bit farsighted more
Arts and EntertainmentCD Review: Cat Power’s ‘Sun’
Fresh, enveloping and affecting, Sun is a welcome return to form. more
Arts and EntertainmentFive things I wrote in my notebook at Aesop Rock
The trio doesn’t look like your stereotypical hip-hop group—they’re unkempt, slightly goofy and all white. more
Arts and EntertainmentMan and machine, united in art
Brian Henry’s series continues at Trifecta with Mens et manus. more
Arts and Entertainment2012 Fall A+E Guide: Culture
Balanchine ballet to Cockroach Theatre. more

Screen

Screen2012 Fall A+E Guide: Movies
There’s plenty of cinematic goodness in store for the rest of the year — oh, and more of Twilight, too more
Screen2012 Fall A+E Guide: TV worth watching
Josh Bell watched 24 fall pilots so you wouldn’t have to. more
ScreenHow well do you know James Bond? Take the Weekly quiz
Know your James Bond trivia? Prove it more
ScreenBradley Cooper plays a dishonest author in ‘The Words’
Is the movie, too, a big cheat? more
ScreenWho was Ralph Lamb?
The subject of new NBC show ‘Vegas’ worked Army Intelligence during WWII. more
ScreenSitcom ‘The New Normal’ is an inconsistent mess
The show offers a cartoonish portrayal of the lives of gay men. more
ScreenInteract with the Social Media Film Festival
Twittamentary to screen for free at Emergency Arts. more
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Taste

Eight places to get in the NFL spirit—belly first
TasteCheck out these bars and restaurants for a taste of your team.
Road Kill Grill’s barbecue delivers an out-of-the-way experience
TasteButcher shop comes through with tasty barbecue.
At last, Rita's Water Ice shows up
TasteIn Henderson, it’s called Rita’s Ice Custard Happiness.
Veteran chef Dan Rossi on knives, Campari and inspiration
TasteScarpetta and DOCG executive chef loves Bachi Burger.
Society Cafe chef shares his scallop secrets
TasteChef Kim Canteenwalla pairs scallops with pea puree and pistachio gremolata.

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CD Cover The Killers show real growth in 'Battle Born'
It's been a few years, but The Killers' Battle Born shows they used the time off wisely
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CD Cover Bob Dylan strongly returns to form with 'Tempest'
Tempest shows Bob Dylan is not losing steam
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CD Cover Animal Collective
Your reception of the album will largely depend on your tolerance for strangeness.
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Cocktail of the Week Sep 12, 2012
by Sabrina Chapman

Tao cocktail crafted for World’s Largest Bachelorette Party

Tao Group is calling all bachelorettes to Vegas for the ultimate prenuptial party weekend. Taking place September 20-23, brides-to-be and their posses will enjoy a variety of earthly delights, including ...
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