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Best in Print

September 22-September 28
Will they walk? 10 Chaparral seniors look toward May
Thoughts from inside one of CCSD’s most troubled high schools. read article
Best in PrintWith Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’s repeal, gay soldiers come out of the shadows
Current and former servicemen and women open up about hiding their sexuality under Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. read article
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The Intersection

Thinking about the Emmys, In-N-Out Burger and more
Also, how early comic book artists stayed true to reality. more
The IntersectionA machine that prints food? Believe it
Check out Cornell University’s culinary innovation. more
The IntersectionFreaks without geeks: The parting of AVN & CES
The two conventions will not take place in the same venue or at the same time in 2012. more
Analytics: Las Vegas by the numbers
How many hours of community service Paris Hilton performed as part of her probation and more! more
The IntersectionLas Vegas supports the Downtown FEED Farmers Market
Mayor Goodman wants to see the event to turn into a daily occurrence. more
The IntersectionLocal Realtor Jared Jones sold 931 homes in Las Vegas last year
That’s more than two homes sold per day! more
The IntersectionConversation starters: From money laundering to Joe Francis
Also, California Governor Jerry Brown attacks the GOP. more
The IntersectionRandom photo of the week
Submitted by Don Yancey. more
The IntersectionNevada’s medical marijuana situation is an unclear mess
Did you know that dispensaries are illegal? Find out more here. more
The IntersectionFor the love of fenders: Q&A with Jim Rogers
The Weekly takes a walk through Rogers’ $19-million car collection. more


NightlifeBeers, brats and lederhosen: Oktoberfest is here!
Prost! Find out where to get your Oktoberfest on right here! more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: 1,000 nights of Tao and more
Also, Chateau debuts their new industry night party. more
NightlifeTales from the SINdustry: Myra Borja
“She just picked the drink up and threw it in my face.” more
NightlifeHot Spots: Paul van Dyk, a tattoo party and more
Also, Tao throws a hoe-down! more
NightlifeInspired drinks and Don Julio’s hot new tequila at Nove
Head to Nove Italiano to try Don Julio’s new spirit, añejo claro. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentWhy you should care about the iHeartRadio Music Festival
Get the live broadcast details (and more) here if you didn’t score tickets to the sold-out music fest. more
Arts and EntertainmentLocal stars ‘kill it’ at open-mic Cast Party, and you’re invited
There are no costumes, no sets, no orchestra—just a small stage, a single piano and a handful of microphones. more
Arts and EntertainmentArtist Erik Beehn invites you into familiar spaces in unfamiliar ways
The finished products share the characteristics of the environments, rather than merely depicting them. more
Arts and EntertainmentWhere to go and what to eat and drink this week
Also, what television to see. more
Battle of Brew inspires a musical taste test
Leslie Ventura asks: if bands were booze, what flavor would they be? more
Arts and EntertainmentSaving Barrick Museum with art
Barrick Museum forges ahead with an art focus, asserting with each exhibit and awareness campaign that it will not falter more
Arts and EntertainmentThe Cosmo goes indie
For two nights, the hip hotel’s Boulevard Pool plays Main Street, U.S.A. for indie listeners more
Arts and EntertainmentPenn Jillette pens an atheist bestseller
God, No! examines the rise of the nonbeliever. more


Five baseball movies we love
The Weekly staff picks five baseball movies that hit a home run more
ScreenKiller Elite’ is an efficient, empty action movie
Robert De Niro’s performance can’t overcome Clive Owens’ ridiculous mustache. more
ScreenMoneyball’ is a geek’s look at baseball—and a great one
See baseball as you’ve probably never seen it before in ‘Moneyball’ more
ScreenFilm review: ‘Higher Ground’
‘Higher Ground’ ultimately a fascinating look at religion more
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Kerry Simon's onion ring magic
TasteSimon’s eponymous eatery recently unveiled the best onion rings Brock’s ever munched.
Michel Richard's Central elevates the 24-hour cafe
TasteCaesars Palace is gambling that this chef-driven spot right off its main lobby will satisfy the latter niche and raise the bar for dining and drinking for all three meals it serves. For two of those three, it seems to be succeeding.




CD Cover Lady Antebellum is the most popular boring band in America
The group's third album, Own the Night is the musical equivalent of a throw pillow.
CD Cover CD review: Das Racist
Relax is playful, adventurous and way better than it has any right to be.
CD Cover CD review: The Horrible Crowes' 'Elsie'
The Horrible Crowes' debut is impressive stuff.

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  • Miss Nevada USA 2011 Sarah Chapman
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Featured Cocktail

Cocktail of the Week Sep 20, 2011
by Erin Ryan

Inspired drinks and Don Julio’s hot new tequila at Nove

Don Julio, Mexico’s most popular ultra-premium tequila, is turning 70. To celebrate, master distiller Enrique de Colsa created a spirit the world has never seen—añejo claro. As the name suggests, ...