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14 to Watch

His future is wide open.

Chris 'CJ' Jhureea, Creative Whirlwind

January 9th, 2014

His future is wide open.

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    Ross Mollison, the man behind Absinthe and one of our 14 to Watch in 2014, brings us Rose. Rabbit. Lie at the Cosmopolitan.

  • 14 to WatchFeaturedDining

    It seems like Giada was born and bred to open a big Las Vegas restaurant. The time has come.

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    The 16-year-old student and actress is taking on radio and fighting bullying.

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    The medical professional wants to improve your health with humor and education.

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    "It’s fun to see when people have that experience of creating change.”

  • 14 to WatchFeaturedUNLV sports

    After a successful season, Rebel fans will be looking to Hauck for an encore next fall.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    Mundane everymen get their day in the sun thanks to David Armstrong's excellent fiction.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    In our intergalactic future, Robert Bigelow sees some lines drawn in the moon dust.

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    The NYC transplant is currently pursuing a residency at the Cosmopolitan's P3Studio.

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    From gang life to law school to Carson City.

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    The new craft brewery opened late last month. Go grab a pint!

  • 14 to WatchFeatured

    The Vegas native’s Life Is Beautiful set last October had a flighty festival crowd on lockdown.

  • Incidental Tourist

    “We’re not here to build a hotel and move on,” Sam Nazarian said at the pre-opening press conference. “This is who we are. And we’re ...

  • Joe Downtown

    After two years of covering the Valley's hottest 'hood, columnist Joe Schoenmann is moving on.

  • A&E

    From big-name DJs to some awesome live music picks, how to get your party on this LDW.

  • Reviews

    Finding Mexican food in Las Vegas is easy, but just because it’s plentiful doesn’t mean it’s all good.

  • OpinionArts & Entertainment

    Do you remember when Henderson got its own Kwik-E-Mart? We do.

  • Music

    The new shows end before some of the old ones started. Really.

  • Music

    All the details on this week's concert announcements.

  • Music

    The band, which turns Velvet Underground songs into pizza anthems, hits LVCS on November 16.

  • NightlifeArts & Entertainment

    Didn't get inside? Check out these shots from the opening-night festivities.

  • Music

    If the venue continues to book rising stars, it might just be the best place to see them before they get big.

  • As We See It

    Fashion phenom: You almost forget she’s a teenager when she talks the industry talk. Then she gushes about a selfie with Project Runway’s Christian Siriano, ...

  • Music

    Great concert -- but where was "Last Nite"?

  • Music

    Tickets for each of the festival weekends will go on sale September 26 and cost $295.

  • A&E

    Dance past and present this season at the Nevada Ballet Theatre.

  • FeaturedArts & Entertainment

    The Hunger Games returns -- and so does Dumb and Dumber.

  • A&E

    The best of the arts in galleries, on stages and even in the old Western Hotel.

  • Music

    From Katy Perry to Kiss, Ty Segall to Phish, fall's concert calendar is packed with notable names.

  • Film

    Here are 10 shows with some amount of promise, plus two old ones to keep watching.

  • Fine Art

    You had us at giant gnomes, Jesse. But, by all means, keep going.