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The Fringe Festival celebrates a DIY, risk-taking aesthetic, rewarding shows that take bold choices and give artists a chance to truly shine.
"We are not abandoning Las Vegas, or running away from it. We will never just leave Las Vegas in the rear-view mirror.”
In an impressive, often staggering series of performances, Frankie Moreno and his backing band have learned and played a unique show each week.
The early bird gets the coveted passes to next year's festival.
The 66-year-old singer sounded better than he did at House of Blues in 2002 or the Hilton in '05.
As more women enter the "boys club" of tattooing, they're proving to be just as badass as their male counterparts—if not better.
From Kim Gordon to Amy Poehler, Smith Galtney tries to keeps current with a few celebrity memoirs.
California is nearly destroyed by earthquakes, but the human spirit always prevails in the cheesiest way possible.
Based on a true story only recently resolved in court, the French drama is in incisive character study.
Plus the return of X107.5's Our Big Concert and a debate with Vegas' dynamic singles.
Imagine a real-life version of The Cannonball Run with a music festival at the finish.
“We’re still chipping away, like Michelangelo chipped away at David."
It's a huge hit in its native Sweden, but comedy often has trouble translating.
From Minor Threat to Faded Grey, a bunch of acts that'll never happen … and a few that might.
Norway’s Turbonegro wasn’t one of the three-day fest’s top-line headliners, but you’d never know it counting costumes in the crowd.