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Best in Print

JANUARY 28 - February 3
Best in PrintLe Factory de Cirque
In a remote corner of Montreal, plans for world domination are laid read article
Best in PrintThe Goss-pel according to Matt
Brit crooner joins the Caesars pantheon read article
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The Intersection

The IntersectionRush (Limbaugh) Week
We’ve compiled a little “cheat sheet” to help patriotic Miss America pageant hopefuls wow the master Dittohead. more
Suggestion Box: Buh-bye, Miss M
Who else could fill the 4,000-seat saloon for weeks on end? more
The IntersectionThe Happiest Job Candidate in the World
To wit, we offer future prospective employers Oscar Goodman’s resume in advance. more
The IntersectionDespite 12 years of service, gay state senator David Parks still faces many hurdles in Nevada
The state’s first openly gay lawmaker, State Sen. David Parks, is an even-keeled, buttoned-up legislator who’s now changing his focus to the Clark County Commission. more
The IntersectionDoes that gun-concealing clock come in red? And other observations from this year’s SHOT Show
The 10 minute deer skinner is going to change the way you skin deer. more
The Help Desk
Rapper Flavor Flav involved in car accident in Las Vegas. There was some grill damage, and the front of Flav’s car got a little dinged ... more


NightlifeYou’re outta here: A beginner’s guide to being booted from a nightclub
If you party on the Las Vegas club scene, chances are you’ve at least come close to getting tossed out of a Las Vegas nightclub. more
Nightlife7.5 questions with DJ/producer Bart B More
He made a track called “Midnight Munchies.” How could you not want to check him out? more
NightlifeSuite love hangover
The Hangover Suite at Caesar’s Palace is the stuff of newly minted legend. more
NightlifeTao’s Sundance parties are wild
The scene at Tao’s Sundance party at the Lift Saturday night was by all appearances a calm and peaceful affair… That is, it appeared that ... more
NightlifeDon’t break the seal … or else!
While your bladder may not thank you for playing Daddy Mac’s special Fright night drinking game, your wallet certainly will. more
NightlifeParty on: Krave bankruptcy filing brings reorganization but no interruption (7 comments)
What does the bankruptcy of the Strip’s only gay club means to its local regulars? more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentHow will “Lost” end?!?(1 comment)
As Lost’s final season kicks off, the Weekly staff—dedicated diehards and non-watchers alike—guess as to how it will all ultimately unfold more
Arts and EntertainmentDesert delight
Chromaticity brings the warmth of the southwest to heart of the Springs Preserve more
Arts and EntertainmentGetting a little Harry
Partch, Patch. Close enough. more
Arts and EntertainmentTomb Raider: The Faux Pharoah
The real thing–does it even matter anymore? more
Arts and EntertainmentAFI vs. AFI
The band versus the American Film Institute more
Arts and EntertainmentNick Faiella returns to Vegas with new band Ultra Violent Lights
In 2003, former One More Weekend frontman Nick Faiella moved from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, not sure he’d ever be back. more
Arts and EntertainmentNew-look Mad Cap
And then there was one … original member of The Mad Caps. more
Arts and EntertainmentReproductive rock with Pan de Sal
Pan de Sal Rocks for Roe at Planned Parenthood’s anniversary event of the landmark Supreme Court case. more


ScreenA familiar tune
Jeff Bridges shows off in the predictable but entertaining Crazy Heart more
ScreenEdge of Darkness
It feel a bit like Ransom, except that in this case Mel Gibson’s child is already dead, so he’s even meaner and more implacable. more

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Raising the steaks?
TasteOur critic takes on Aria’s two steakhouses and finds plenty to chew on.
Julian Serrano packs Spanish into every plate
TasteDrinking is part of eating when you’re having tapas, and you’re covered well with both parts of the experience at Serrano.




CD Cover OK Go
Geek-chic pop chameleons OK Go have yet to surpass the blessing/curse bestowed by a couple of universally viewed, no-budget music videos that prized choreography over content.
CD Cover Spoon
Transference mostly drowns in gloomy basslines and dour minor chords, all of which are further dulled by formless songwriting and plodding tempos.
CD Cover Vampire Weekend
Given that Vampire Weekend was largely a collection of singles posted online during the band’s formative years, Contra qualifies as their first proper album, which might explain how it bypasses ...

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Cocktail of the Week

Cocktail of the Week Jan 28, 2010
by Xania Woodman

Vodka 7000

Like last week’s cocktail, Vodka 7000 comes to you from High West, Utah’s first legally licensed distillery since the end of Prohibition and the world’s only ski-in distillery. Park City’s ...