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Best in Print

March 25 - March 31
Best in PrintIn the beginning was the Bobbie…
… and from that sprang a love of sandwiches so profound it moved these Capriotti’s customers to ... read article
Best in PrintAround the world in 12 meals
Eat your way around the globe without leaving town read article
Best in PrintSisters acts
The drag nuns are in it for good times and good deeds read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionLeather and Bubbies(1 comment)
Meet Semites on Bikes, a Jewish motorcycle club, and their mascot, Skullberg. more
Feeling good in the gayborhood(1 comment)
Where Froot Loops are more prominently displayed than Count Chocula. more
What would the founding fathers have said about health care reform?
Let’s conjure up the spirits of the Great Wigged Ones. more
The Help Desk
Entry fees to increase for Red Rock Canyon, including a first-time fee for bicyclists and pedestrians. It all began with officials wondering, “How can we ... more
Weekly quote quiz
“Normally you don’t discharge into a flood control channel. You discharge into a natural river or a lake.” more
The IntersectionRandom photo of the week(2 comments)
It’s a vagina. Get used to it. more
Dream Zone
I came face to face with my estranged son. more
The IntersectionLou Ruvo Center takes Frank Gehry’s breath away
The celebrated architect takes an emotional look inside the building he designed. more


NightlifeSt. Patty’s skirmish
Who really wins in a chugging contest? more
NightlifeHeaven opens its gates(1 comment)
The debut of Bare’s Heaven weekly, gay poolside party packed in celebs, drag queens and a “purse bearer.” more
Deja boobs, booze
Panties on, beer-bottle caps off! more
NightlifeCircus Devils, My Estrogeneration
A&E Editor Spencer Patterson throws you a music lifeline more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentVegas shows SXSW how far its scene has come
SXSW ’10 featured an unprecedented Vegas presence among its 2,000-odd participating bands. more
Arts and EntertainmentSpend a night with a scream queen
Spend a night with the shrieking star of Terror Overload, Camp Kill and Strip Club Slasher. more
Arts and EntertainmentDiamond stories are forever
Rick Lax does not recommended you steal this book. more
Arts and EntertainmentYou gotta want it
Rick Lax will not pay you $10 to read this book review. more
Arts and EntertainmentThis could have been us!
Imagine Vegas now if Brigham Young had gotten his way. more
Arts and EntertainmentBrave new approach
Choreographer Thaddeus Davis connects with the city as he creates for it more
Arts and EntertainmentMartin Lawrence is still sorta crazy
Lawrence’s near-capacity show provided glimpses of the actor/comedian he used to be. more
Arts and EntertainmentCircus Devils, My Estrogeneration
A&E Editor Spencer Patterson throws you a music lifeline more
Arts and EntertainmentA girls night out can’t quite make sense of itself
Whoever said we have trouble making up or minds was right this time. more
Arts and EntertainmentA perfect entertainment storm
If you can’t find something fun to do on March 27, you’re probably not in Las Vegas… more


ScreenMeth Lab Happy Hour?!(1 comment)
Mash-up your own “Hot Tub Time Machine”-inspired spin-off: Pick one from Column A and one from Column B—instant hit movie! more
ScreenHot Tub Time Machine
Like “Snakes on a Plane,” if you like the title, you’ll like the movie. more
The highlight of this “erotic thriller” is the genuine heat and chemistry between Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried. more
ScreenNot a nice guy
Greenberg’s unlikable protagonist overwhelms its insights. more

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My big fat favorite Greek food
TasteThe Fat Greek is, by far, the best Greek restaurant in town
Tastes like the real thing
TasteIf you want to cook like Applebee’s or KFC, Todd Wilbur will show you how.
‘Kind of like a map of your life’
TasteLocal chefs don’t just show creativity in the kitchen; they wear it on their sleeves.
The Drunk Cookbook
TasteChef-prescribed post-drinking and hangover-relief dining.




CD Cover Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
Consistency, thy name is Ted Leo.
CD Cover Drive-By Truckers
The Truckers have nothing left to prove, but To-Do proves something anyway.
CD Cover The Bird and the Bee
Thoughts on a tribute to Hall & Oates.

Xania's Hot Spots - Download This Week's Special Events

Xania's Hot Spots
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March 25 - March 31
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  • Tattooed Chefs
  • Chilaquiles
  • Felix da Housecat at JET
  • Holly Madison vs. Lucky Leprechaun
  • Faces of Haiti
  • DJ Pauly D
  • The Restroom at Vanity
  • Sugar Factory

Cocktail of the Week

Cocktail of the Week Mar 25, 2010
by Xania Woodman

Now drink this: Israeli wines

Whether you’re celebrating Passover this coming week, Easter next weekend, all of the above or neither, the wines of Israel would certainly make an interesting new addition to your supper ...