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Best in Print

December 30-January 5
Best in PrintThe Weekly’s under-the-radar, semi-important, revealing, tragic, quirky and inspiring Year in Review
Sure, you remember 2010 for the election, but these stories deserve your attention, too read article
Best in PrintVegas shows her scars
The Valley’s boom and bust is visible in its architecture read article
Best in PrintVegas Bashing, Quantified
Sin City seems to end up on a lot of lists. We pick them apart. read article
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The Intersection

The IntersectionChristmas cheer, Vegas-style
One Weekly editor’s holiday experiences in Sin City more
The IntersectionHere’s how we’d market Vegas
How best to market a city that’s radically changing? more
The IntersectionCosmo … Harrumph!
As we made our way past the tri-level chandelier that is the signature of Vegas’ newest playground, two grouches provided decidedly different reactions. more
The IntersectionThanks for the publicity, Tom!
Senator picks bone with Boneyard. We pick back. more
The IntersectionIf you wrote an autobiography, what would you title it and why?
Whatta YOU think? The Weekly wants to know. more
The IntersectionA missing showgirl’s Facebook wall becomes an online shrine
The Facebook wall of missing Fantasy star Debbie Florez Narvaez is filling up with prayers and positive hopes from friends. more
The IntersectionThoughts on where to hang Governor Jim Gibbons’ portrait
With the portrait of Jim Gibbons recently gracing the walls of the State Capitol, Weekly writer Kristen Peterson offers a few better-suited locations for the ... more
The IntersectionThinking about Jay-Z, cold weather and the Salvation Army
Who’s getting $1 million to play New Year’s Eve? more
The IntersectionFashion resolutions you might actually keep
Shopping smart, getting in shape—and knowing return policies more


NightlifeThe top 10 moments of 2010 in nightlife news
A chronological look at the party scene’s newsworthy moments in 2010 more
NightlifeHot Spots: New Year’s Eve edition!
F#@! 2010! Here are the best parties to check out as you countdown to 2011. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentThe Year in Review: Music
Our critics pick their favorite albums and concerts from 2010. more
Arts and EntertainmentThe Year in Review: Strip & Arts
The Weekly staff looks back on 2010 in Strip developments, fine art and theater. more
Arts and EntertainmentThe Year in Review: Film and TV
Our critics pick their favorite films and shows from 2010. more
Arts and EntertainmentThe Year in Review: Books, Comics & Games
The Weekly staff looks back at 2010. more


ScreenThe Year in Review: Film and TV
Our critics pick their favorite films and shows from 2010. more
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2010’s best bites
TasteThree food critics pick the most memorable flavors of the year.




CD Cover CD Review: R. Kelly's 'Love Letter'
Love Letter shows Kelly’s ability to expand his style.
CD Cover CD Review: Michael Jackson's posthumous album
MJ would be disappointed to hear how Michael turned out
CD Cover Daft Punk's 'Tron: Legacy' soundtrack review
It’s curious and disappointing that the Legacy score has little of the digital dazzle that makes Daft Punk great.

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Cocktail of the Week

Cocktail of the Week Jan 4, 2011
by Ken Miller

The Best $100 Shot I’ll Ever Take

Freakin’ Frog owner Adam Carmer was absolutely giddy. Sitting at a sturdy oak table at his upstairs Whisky Attic, Carmer was holding court with six lucky souls who had gathered ...