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March 10-March 16
Best in Print(The other) Paris Las Vegas
This Las Vegas landmark is a fabulous, camera-ready Parisian palace. read article
Best in PrintKeeping ‘em guessing
Two former female impersonators look back on years of pulling in the crowds read article
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The Intersection

The IntersectionOh, brothel! Let’s get over Harry Reid vs. hookers
Harry Reid took some flak for comments about legal prostitution … now let’s all move on more
The IntersectionWhat’s a sign worth? In Las Vegas, it’s invaluable
Davy’s Locker’s sign is being restored, thanks to some local love more
The Intersection‘Chip Monk’ cashes in chips for the church
“Do you want to see one?” Arthur Nelson asked with a raised eyebrow. more
The IntersectionRandom photo of the week
Submitted by Tanya Nelson more
The IntersectionFor a punch of color in your hair, look toward plumage
Her name ain’t Lola, but check out those feathers in her hair! more
The IntersectionAnd the Cosmo’s new Artist in Residence is …
Move over, Fab5Freddie and your kickass portraits of Swarovski-bedazzled pugilists and strippers. more
The IntersectionThinking about Sheen, Smigel and other stuff
Also, Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort is offering a great deal. more
The IntersectionA few words on hip-hop’s bad rap
Violence and hip-hop have a long history together, and the fact that the late-February shooting of a woman outside Area 702 Skatepark in North Las ... more
The IntersectionWith John Ensign out, beware Sharron Angle
Let’s call this a good news/bad news scenario. more
Dream Zone: ‘a place with no exit’
I was lost in an amusement park and couldn’t get out. more


NightlifeHot Spots: ‘Jersey Shore’ invades, a Spring Break bash at Palms and more
Also, a totally awesome ‘80s party at Tao! more
NightlifeNightclub sighting showdown: ‘Glee’ takes on ‘Jersey Shore’
Who parties in Vegas more? We tallied up every appearance for you! more
Nightlife[email protected]#! Cancun. It’s MTV’s Spring Break, Vegas-style
The music network’s annual college raver hits Sin City for the first time ever. more
NightlifeMandalay Place’s Ri Ra imports Ireland with its furniture and its feel
This pub is Irish-ed out! The surroundings, the music, the drinks, even the staff! more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: tweeting for a cause, St. Patrick’s Day and more
Also, Deadmau5’s apprentice DJ makes his Vegas debut. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentIt was only a matter of time: the Tiger’s Blood Transfusion cocktail
Charlie Sheen graduates from spectacle to special cocktail. more
Arts and EntertainmentFive Neon Reverb acts you don’t want to miss
Spencer Patterson takes a look at five out-of-town acts not to miss at this year’s Neon Reverb more
Arts and EntertainmentNeon Reverb: Complete schedule
Four days of music, broken down by your favorite venues more
Arts and EntertainmentThis year’s Neon Reverb will be about much more than music
Spencer Patterson takes a look at the changing face of the Neon Reverb festival more
Arts and EntertainmentFive things I wrote in my notebook at Eric Clapton
Weren’t at E.C.’s latest Vegas gig? Weekly editor Spencer Patterson has you covered. more
Arts and EntertainmentPatton Oswalt’s latest book feels a little too light
Zombie Spaceship Wasteland at its best when the comedian looks back. more
Arts and EntertainmentLovely connection: Photos pair with paintings at Brett Wesley
Colonial Americana meets 1970s U.K. at Connections. more
Arts and EntertainmentDrive-By Truckers make their Vegas debut a memorable one
The Drive-By Truckers made their Vegas debut March 3. Get the scoop on how it went here! more
Arts and EntertainmentCeline Dion rises again!
And so it was foretold that the second coming of Celine would bring with it a Rapture-in-reverse. more
Arts and EntertainmentFilm review: ‘Red Riding Hood’
The updated fairy tale is clumsy and bland. more
Arts and EntertainmentHedwig’ returns to Vegas for a one-night-only benefit show
Proceeds from this Hedwig and the Angry Inch production go to a very worthy cause. more
Arts and EntertainmentMidnight ramblings from a terrible Rolling Stones tribute
Forgotten words at a tribute event? That should never be an issue. more


ScreenFilm review: ‘Red Riding Hood’
The updated fairy tale is clumsy and bland. more
ScreenBattle: Los Angeles’ is a noisy mess
Shaky cameras don’t equate to the chaos of war. more
ScreenThe Arts District gains an art house with Theatre 7
The opening night of Theatre 7, a screening room and gallery in the arts district, is a low-key affair. more
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Due Forni brings two great pizza styles to Summerlin
TasteSummerlin amps up its eatery options with a new pizza joint.
Carlos' Kitchen: a culinary diamond in the rough
TasteBehind its rough exterior, Carlos’ Kitchen is a supreme success.
What exactly is a super food?
TasteThe Weekly gets to the bottom of this recent food phenomenon.
Vegas StrEATS: Neon Reverb adds a food truck festival to its lineup
TasteFood trucks are good. A food truck festival is…well, that’s grEAT!




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Cocktail of the Week

Cocktail of the Week Mar 9, 2011
by Mark Adams

It was only a matter of time: the Tiger’s Blood Transfusion cocktail

Are you a total bitchin’ rock star from Mars? Tired of pretending you’re not special? Do you think Thomas Jefferson was a pussy? If all of these statements apply to ...