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November 11-November 17
Best in PrintYour guide to Chinatown
The flavors of the far East await on Las Vegas’ West side. Sure, Chinatown can be an ... read article
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The IntersectionBrian Sandoval is Latino? So what? Save us!
Brian, no one’s going to remember you as the first Latino governor of Nevada. more
The IntersectionThe Farm has closed, but Vegas’ all-ages music scene rocks on
At 18 months old, the Farm would have been a spring chicken by typical business standards. more
The IntersectionCut the wrap, Aria! Ads seriously undercut design
MGM Resorts brass made many pre-opening claims about CityCenter that were, in retrospect, ridiculous. more
The IntersectionPoker skills translate well to everyday situations
Las Vegas’ answer to the tent revival more
The IntersectionWhy the paintbrush brouhaha is still going on Downtown
There’s been a three-year, low-level uproar over the big Gateway to the arts district project. more
The IntersectionStyle: Pairing leather and lace
How to end up with looks that bring out the best in both more
The IntersectionRandom photo of the week
Oh, Angle. more
The IntersectionThinking about Shania Twain, a giant Jesus and more!
Also, check out Thomas Willis’ art at Trifecta Gallery. more
The IntersectionWhat is your dream vacation?
Whatta YOU think? The Weekly wants to know. more
Dream Zone: ‘at a military boot camp’
“I fell and landed with my face in the mud.” more


NightlifeHow to be a VIP: N9NE Group’s membership program can help you feel like a celebrity
Ballers on a budget can still play like a star. more
NightlifeTales from the SINdustry: Keyska Diva
The celebrated performer is no stranger to complicated and elaborate costuming—as well as wardrobe malfunctions. more
NightlifeHot Spots: Green Lantern, going deep, Grammys and more
Barely legal Lowdens, Sander van Doorn, Christopher Lawrence, a special Snitch and Soul Kitchen. more
NightlifeComing soon to a TV near you: JRoc and bridezillas
Mr. Thunderclap himself and crew begin filming “Bachelorette Party” at the Palms. more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: Lil Jon’s residency, Diplo and Jared Leto, plus a porn party!
Lil Jon calls Surrender home, another great gig you missed, and a dollar bill licking incident. more
NightlifeTropicana continues image overhaul with Ambhar Lounge
The elite spirit will hold a mixology contest open to the public for their new tequila lounge. more
NightlifeNite Bite: We spy a cool Rhumbar game!
The lounge at the Mirage is offering a cool new way to earn free liquor. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentNative American artist reconnects with her father through her Winchester exhibit
What You Left Me includes official documents, photographs and personal belongings that portray her father as a Native American, family man, convicted killer and devoted Christian. more
Arts and EntertainmentDeaf comedy jam with Keith Wann
Before this comedian hits Broadway, he’s coming to Vegas. more
Arts and EntertainmentUNLV seeks work inspired by Oldenburg’s “Flashlight” sculpture
No better way to celebrate the 30th birthday of an iconic sculpture than to be inspired by it. more
Arts and EntertainmentCurrent event trivia with flair: ‘Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me’
NPR’s radio news quiz is making a stop in Sin City. more
Arts and EntertainmentCSN professor Dennis Angel presents metal point work
CSN professor Dennis Angel is keeping the centuries-old technique of metal point alive with Trajectories. more
Arts and EntertainmentWhere to go and what to watch this week
Lon Bronson, ‘Bouncing Cats’ and furry friends looking for a home more
Arts and EntertainmentFallout: New Vegas’ final progress report
The actual apocalypse won’t be this popular. more
Arts and EntertainmentEscape the Fate’ might make the band more famous, but it won’t win any originality awards
This album proves they have what it takes to make it to the top; it’s unlikely, however, that they’ll have anything worthwhile to contribute once ... more
Arts and EntertainmentAstronaut life is less fun than we thought in book ‘Packing for Mars’
Did you dream of becoming an astronaut? Well, good news: You didn’t miss out on much. more


ScreenConan O’Brien’s new show is more of the same—and that’s a good thing
Horray! The the Masturbating Bear is back! more
ScreenInside Job’ is a documentary for the uninformed
Restating the obvious about the evils of Wall Street. more
ScreenRunaway-train movie ‘Unstoppable’ hits a few bumps
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s another movie with Denzel on a train! more
ScreenSarah Palin’s Alaska’ an awkward infomercial for her political views
Palin turns a celebration of wildlife and adventure into an infomercial for her cult of personality. more
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Johnny McGuire’s has the best sandwich in town ... really
TasteBrock Radke hope you read this, and he hope you eat these sandwiches because they are delicious.
Chicago Brewing Company rolls out wild game sliders
TasteEat your way through Noah’s Ark




CD Cover 'Escape the Fate' might make the band more famous, but it won’t ...
This album proves they have what it takes to make it to the top; it’s unlikely, however, that they’ll have anything worthwhile to contribute once they get there.
CD Cover CD Review: Taylor Swift 'Speak Now'
Taylor Swift doesn’t just wear her heart on her sleeve, she makes it her entire outfit.
CD Cover Kings of Leon's fifth LP might be its most radical departure yet
With each new album, Kings of Leon isn’t afraid to nudge its sound into uncharted territory

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Guide To Chinatown

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  • Guide To Chinatown
  • Photo Shoot On 54th Street
  • Halloween Face Paint Time Lapse
  • Inside The Fridge
  • Over The Edge
  • America's Best DJ: DJ Qbert
  • Matador-Cake Time-Lapse
  • Cirque Du Soleil Auditions

Cocktail of the Week

Cocktail of the Week Nov 12, 2010
by Deanna Rilling

Let the holiday cocktails begin!

Your favorite shopping outlets are already gearing up for the holidays. So why not do the same with your cocktails? Sure, the Caramel Apple-tini isn’t a new innovation, but it’s ...