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Annie Clark talks riding bicycles with David Byrne, Popeye and pizza as music.
“When you discuss all-American, it’s blond-haired, blue-eyed, plays baseball, apple pie.”
“We want to make a name for ourselves as a fashion city. Typically people don’t make that association. Shopping, yes. We want to change that.”
“Tourists want to see Frida Kahlo with a monkey on her shoulder.”
“Even in areas where we’ve seen marriage equality pass, discrimination still exists. So it’s important for people to still get involved.”
The choreographer extraordinaire talks working on Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers, researching for Showgirls and teaching Tom Cruise to spank some air booty in Tropic Thunder.
Bernal is the first UNLV soccer player to earn all-conference honors four years in a row and the fourth to be drafted to Major League ...
While Toyboxx's gallery will transition into a retail space, it's already functioning as an offbeat forum for new ways to talk—and think—about sex.
The Clark High School orchestra director was again named a top-10 finalist for the Grammy Foundation's Music Educator Award.
“We would never suggest this is the only burger or the last burger you should have. We just want to make sure Shake Shack makes ...
"Flying used to be this fantasy. We’ve realized it. Going to the moon. Going underwater in the deep. But people have yet to get the ...
Putting women back into history.
Trifecta owner Marty Walsh closes her Arts Factory space, which became a staple of the arts scene for its consistency and quality, at the end ...
If anything, he says he spoils his cats to a fault.