More than 30 Southern and Northern Nevada artists comprise the art exhibit, which debuts in Las Vegas on March 17.

Five things you need to know about 'Tilting the Basin'

January 18th, 2017

More than 30 Southern and Northern Nevada artists comprise the art exhibit, which debuts in Las Vegas on March 17.

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  • One moment, you’re in Southwest Las Vegas. The next, you’re in a Nairobi mud hut, listening to a boy talk about begging for food.

  • The Clark County District Attorney’s Office recently introduced “Warrant Wednesdays.”

  • The CAC enjoyed a one-year lease at Soho Lofts, and now, that lease is up.

  • Turntable Health, a membership-based primary care practice in Downtown Las Vegas, will close its doors on January 31.

  • Another piece of Vegas history now sleeps with the fishes.

  • When the cast of Hamilton delivered a message to the vice-president elect, it inspired a viral movement.

  • The hands-free, voice-activated speaker that can tell you the weather and shut off your lights will be installed in all of the resort's hotel rooms ...

  • Vesta Coffee is merely the beginning of the Downtown neighborhood's growing spurt.

  • The public is invited to Wednesday's Winchester Cultural Center gathering, which last took place two years ago. .

  • Following the closure of the longtime eastside gay nightclub, another quietly opens a few blocks down the street.

  • Locally, the tortuous relationship between humans and the natural world is coming to a head.

  • There's stingrays, eels, tortoises, sharks and, yes, jellyfish, all at the Boulevard Mall.

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