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    “Beer is a great complement to any meal, partially because it’s more diverse than wine. Where wine has one ingredient, beer can have a wide ...

  • FeaturedDrinkBeer

    From longtime favorite Big Dog’s to new kid Astronomy Aleworks.

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Elections have consequences. They define who we are as a people. And now we have a chance to show the world as a people we’re ...

  • Dining

    At $11 (or as low as $7 with a Boarding Pass loyalty card), the price—and time—is right.

  • A&E

    “I love to go into nature. I balance out my time walking on concrete by going out into the desert.”

  • Dining

    The Thunder Cheeseburger is a strong hot-off-the grill option, especially alongside a cold beer.

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    The anticipation of Halloween is almost as thrilling as an '80s horror film marathon. Adults deliberate over their costumes with childlike enthusiasm, teens trot to ...

  • Music

    Marking her second Las Vegas residency with an over-the-top announcement, Britney Spears proved she fits right in with the entertainment capital of the world. The ...

  • A&E

    Most people probably think of the Las Vegas Festival Grounds as the big empty lot where the first and only edition of Rock in Rio ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Meet After-School All-Stars Las Vegas, which is dedicated to helping underprivileged youths stay on a path to success.

  • A&E

    The Committee to Reward Unsung Good Deeds hereby acknowledges your meritorious service in the trenches of the daily routine, Capricorn.

  • A&E

    Most people probably think of the Las Vegas Festival Grounds as the big empty lot where the first and only edition of Rock in Rio ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Amid the hyperpartisan trench warfare in Congress and the Trump-fueled polarization of U.S. politics, Jacky Rosen shines as a reason for hope that Washington can ...

  • Music

    Marking her second Las Vegas residency with an over-the-top announcement, Britney Spears proved she fits right in with the entertainment capital of the world. The ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Elections have consequences. They define who we are as a people. And now we have a chance to show the world as a people we’re ...

  • Music

    He finally played the Cosmopolitan again after performing there in 2016 and rescheduling shows from January to October, but no one was complaining.

  • Food

    “Beer is a great complement to any meal, partially because it’s more diverse than wine. Where wine has one ingredient, beer can have a wide ...

  • A&E

    The longest running show on the Strip will start over at the Trop in February.

  • AllAggregate

    There’s a new thrift store in downtown Las Vegas, and if its wares aren’t reason enough to give vintage pickers a reason to visit, its ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    As a political moderate with a long history of serving Nevadans and working with all sides on issues, Sisolak embodies the kind of progressive yet ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Candidates for positions in Washington, D.C., and the top offices in Carson City may be the most recognized by voters, but others on the ballot ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentNewsAll

    For a city that’s appeared in so many movies, Las Vegas doesn’t have a great moviegoing legacy. What we do have, however, is something people ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Energy choice and encouraging renewables are extremely worthwhile goals, but the past two years since phase one passed have proven that Question 3 is a ...

  • Dining

    At $11 (or as low as $7 with a Boarding Pass loyalty card), the price—and time—is right.

  • FeaturedDrinkBeer

    From longtime favorite Big Dog’s to new kid Astronomy Aleworks.

  • NewsAllOpinion

    This year’s ballot initiatives hit on taxes, voter registration and victims’ rights. Here’s a rundown, with our recommendations.

  • NewsAllOpinion

    With his experiences in life, work and leadership, he’s overwhelmingly the best candidate.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    The anticipation of Halloween is almost as thrilling as an '80s horror film marathon. Adults deliberate over their costumes with childlike enthusiasm, teens trot to ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Let’s forget all of this nonsense about a red wave or a blue wave, Nevada, and focus on what our state has done right in ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Meet After-School All-Stars Las Vegas, which is dedicated to helping underprivileged youths stay on a path to success.

  • AllAggregate

    Published Mon, Oct 22, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    There’s a new thrift store in downtown Las Vegas, and if its wares aren’t reason enough to give vintage pickers a reason to visit, its ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentNewsAll

    Published Sat, Oct 20, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    For a city that’s appeared in so many movies, Las Vegas doesn’t have a great moviegoing legacy. What we do have, however, is something people ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Published Fri, Oct 19, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    The anticipation of Halloween is almost as thrilling as an '80s horror film marathon. Adults deliberate over their costumes with childlike enthusiasm, teens trot to ...

  • Music

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (9:45 p.m.)

    Marking her second Las Vegas residency with an over-the-top announcement, Britney Spears proved she fits right in with the entertainment capital of the world. The ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    Meet After-School All-Stars Las Vegas, which is dedicated to helping underprivileged youths stay on a path to success.

  • FeaturedDrinkBeer

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    From the Downtown Brew Festival to Sunset Park’d—and beyond.

  • FeaturedDrinkBeer

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    From longtime favorite Big Dog’s to new kid Astronomy Aleworks.

  • FeaturedDrinkBeer

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    Aces & Ales, bBd’s, World of Beer and more.

  • FeaturedDrinkBeer

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    “We were a desert of beer culture in 1999. There was no such thing as craft beer in Las Vegas back then.”

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    This year’s ballot initiatives hit on taxes, voter registration and victims’ rights. Here’s a rundown, with our recommendations.

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    Elections have consequences. They define who we are as a people. And now we have a chance to show the world as a people we’re ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    Amid the hyperpartisan trench warfare in Congress and the Trump-fueled polarization of U.S. politics, Jacky Rosen shines as a reason for hope that Washington can ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    As a political moderate with a long history of serving Nevadans and working with all sides on issues, Sisolak embodies the kind of progressive yet ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    Let’s forget all of this nonsense about a red wave or a blue wave, Nevada, and focus on what our state has done right in ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    With his experiences in life, work and leadership, he’s overwhelmingly the best candidate.

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    Energy choice and encouraging renewables are extremely worthwhile goals, but the past two years since phase one passed have proven that Question 3 is a ...

  • NewsAllOpinion

    Published Thu, Oct 18, 2018 (midnight)

    Candidates for positions in Washington, D.C., and the top offices in Carson City may be the most recognized by voters, but others on the ballot ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Published Fri, Oct 12, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    When most adults reminisce about their school lunches, it’s usually memories of smashed PB&J sandwiches from a brown paper bag or school meals filled with ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Published Fri, Oct 12, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    Entire populations have been wiped out, forever entombed under layers of ash, lava and rock. But as volcanoes destroy, they also create. More than 80 ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentMusicComedy

    Published Thu, Oct 11, 2018 (2 a.m.)

    From Metallica to Dracula, we run down the season’s best bets.