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Best in Print

April 5-April 11
Best in PrintHot fun in summer’s sweetest suits
When the heat hits Las Vegas, it hits hard. Stay cool this season in fresh suits and ... read article
Best in PrintSecondhand sensations: Las Vegas thrift store guide
Low-cost, high-style shopping read article
Best in PrintFive thrifting tips from a budget fashionista
Ashley Siebels knows how to score a steal, and how to keep from bringing the whole store home read article
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The Intersection

The IntersectionSheldon Adelson’s Eurovegas scheme has Spaniards protesting
“Few people want Las Vegas showing up in their town or city.” more
The IntersectionAn open letter to the Smithsonian blogger who trashed our Natural History Museum
Weekly investigates the space and the specimens. more
The IntersectionAbsurdity and peace in the line for Mega Millions tickets
Also, your odds of winning the $600 million lotto. more
The IntersectionTwo Sun City Anthem residents try to do the right thing—and get arrested
“Don’t question your homeowners association, because Henderson Police might arrest you.” more
Dear Abby, let’s get real about Vegas
And it has to do with an unfaithful husband and his secretive jaunts. more
Thinking about puppies, Sarah Palin’s guest hosting on ‘Today’ and more
Also, the new Wynn website. more
The IntersectionConversation starters: From a UFO sighting to the first local Gatsby Day
Also, a man pays $5 for a drawing with an estimated worth of $2 million. more
The IntersectionRandom photo of the week
Submitted by Labbit Senephansiri. more


NightlifeAfter 50 years, Dino’s is still Las Vegas’ neighborhood bar
The karaoke hot spot celebrated half a century Thursday night. more
NightlifeWhen the weather heats up, Bond’s Laid in the Shade keeps things very cool
“Jungle juice’s older, slightly more refined brother has arrived.” more
NightlifeHot Spots: Jenna Jameson at Tabu, a pajama party at Tao and more
Also, Holly Madison celebrates her FHM cover at Chateau. more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: Artisan’s ‘couples only’ pool party and more
Also, Public House launches a loyalty program for beer enthusiasts. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentThree questions for high-wire royalty Lijana Wallenda-Hernandez
The seventh-generation daredevil will perform in Absinthe through May 1. more
Arts and EntertainmentGolda’s Balcony’ shows Smith Center’s theater cred
It’s official: The Smith Center is going to rock when it comes to theater more
Arts and EntertainmentDoug Pedersen’s intriguing mix of the futuristic and primitive at TastySpace gallery
The thoughtful and colorful photographs of mass-produced toys altered by crayons are stunning romps with American consumerism. more
Arts and EntertainmentEva Steil’s riveting self portraits and the stories they could tell at Blackbird Studios
Callous, seductive and haughty, she holds in her hand a shutter release and offers a look that says she could have you any way she wants. more
Arts and EntertainmentSeven quotes from the Academy of Country Music Awards
John Katsilometes catches some words of wisdom on the ACM red carpet and in the media room more
Arts and EntertainmentHarvey Pekar and Cleveland merge in unique comic
Harvey Pekar fans will find much to enjoy in the posthumously published Cleveland. more
Arts and EntertainmentHot rods, rockabilly and beauties roll into the Orleans Viva Las Vegas Car Show
You may not be able to afford a car, but you can take home a slice of rockabilly thanks to vintage-inspired vendors. more
Arts and EntertainmentPlease play the art at David Sanchez Burr’s exhibit
The interactive display includes a microphone (resting atop a book of writings and readings on utopia) and eight sculptures that double as noisemaking instruments. more
Arts and EntertainmentGame on this weekend at Cosmo for IGN Pro League 4
Worldwide gamers all in the same room with a crowd so pumped up you’d think they were watching Game Seven of the World Series. more
Arts and EntertainmentWhere to see art, hear bands and drink dollar beers this week
Plus fists of amateur fury. more


ScreenAmerican Pie’ crew is back (and worth seeing) in ‘American Reunion’
American Reunion is a pleasantly surprising sequel. more
ScreenTV review: ‘Scandal’
Despite its high pedigree, Scandal is an unconvincing soap opera more
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Cuisines collide at Wine 5 Cafe
TasteThe turkey club is good, but the nyama choma is better.
There are no bad food bets in Chinatown
TasteI made a bet with myself, and I won.”
Award-winning Gilley's chili in your own pot
TasteChef Craig Taylor worked hard to get this on his menu. But you can easily add it to yours.
BLT Burger's Juan Zuniga on his surf-and-turf haunts
TasteIt needs to be open late.




CD Cover CD review: Nicki Minaj's 'Pink Friday ... Roman Reloaded'
Nicki Minaj is back ... with an extra dose of compromise
CD Cover Miike Snow
Miike Snow's sophomore effort is solid, but doesn't break new ground
Madonna's newest album is a testament to her durability

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Cocktail of the Week Apr 10, 2012
by Sabrina Chapman

Savile Row’s Basil Bianco cocktail gives a spirited cleanse

Spring is here. Revitalize, refresh and renew with the crisp Basil Bianco ($12). Served at Savile Row, the Luxor’s luxurious speakeasy, this libation gives a spirited cleanse in cocktail form. ...