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Best in Print

June 28-July 4
Best in PrintBest Over-the-Top Dessert: Treasure Chest at Serendipity 3
How about a sundae for 10? read article
Best Urban Hike: Amargosa Trail
Get a workout and a sweet view of Henderson. read article
Best in PrintBest Outdoor Venue: Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan
Party with your favorite band high above the Vegas Strip. read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionThe Atomic (Liquors) resurrection
It’s as if the Sobchiks closed up one night and never came back in the morning. more
The IntersectionGreat exports: Vegas restaurants beyond the city limits
Las Vegas typically imports its cool restaurants and bars, but sometimes it exports. more
The IntersectionTowne Terrace and the apartment shortage of Downtown revitalization
Where’s everyone going to live? more
The IntersectionLas Vegas fails to win a grant to make Main Street one-way
Ambitious plans for Downtown thoroughfare have been shelved. more
Conversation Starters: Why a Massachusetts town needs to flip the bird and more
Why Steve Wynn rocks more


NightlifeStafford boys bring brotherly love to Marquee
Aussie brothers and reality show subjects live up to fun reputation. more
NightlifeRM’s Liberty & Justice is liquid patriotism
It’s time for some all-American mixology. more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: Paris Hilton DJs, Neapolitan opens and more
Also, free Miller Lites for anyone with the last name Miller. more
NightlifeHot Spots: Yelawolf at Rain, at XS, Independence Day parties and more
Also, a Wizard of Oz-themed bash at Krave. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentAmanda Harris Gallery opens Downtown with a Dahl-Berg bang
The contemporary artist’s work is currently being shown at the new SoHo Lofts space. more
Arts and EntertainmentLocal trio Party Talk injects some new life into the music scene
Check ‘em out at their upcoming show at Yayo Taco. more
Arts and EntertainmentWhat to do, where to see fireworks and who to hear this week
Don’t you want to learn how to make a soap gun? more
Arts and EntertainmentBook review: ‘Digital Vertigo’
Yeah, this is one of the worst books we’ve read in a while more
Arts and EntertainmentBook review: ‘The Graphic Canon Vol. 1’
A graphic novel as a college textbook? Hey, it could happen more
Arts and EntertainmentBook review: ‘Cronkite’
Douglas Brinkley’s book shows a different side of America’s beloved anchorman more
Arts and EntertainmentA few quick questions with Martin Short
Martin Short is—believe it or not—a really happy guy more
Arts and EntertainmentA few quick questions with Martin Short
Martin Short is—believe it or not—a really happy guy more
Arts and EntertainmentLocal band Lazystars adapts after an unexpected lineup change
The new arrangement of musicians just performed their first show since their recent album release. more


ScreenA foul-mouthed teddy bear and some surprising heart make ‘Ted’ deceptively sweet
Twenty-seven years later, John (Mark Wahlberg) and his childhood teddy bear, Ted (voiced by MacFarlane), are still friends, smoking pot on the couch and watching ... more
ScreenAnger Management’ feels like leftovers from an unsatisfying meal
What the heck is this show doing on FX? more
ScreenMagic Mike’ is a dull story in a slick package
Magic Mike turns out to be an unremarkable story of excess and remorse, and even Soderbergh can’t make it into much more than that. more
ScreenMeet Las Vegan Ben McGee, the skeptic on new show Chasing UFOs
“I will say, in a couple instances, I was convinced that something happened.” more
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Tastes like Malaysia
TasteDried squid sauce, coconut rice and an addictive peanut pancake for dessert.
Add some sauce to your life, Scarpetta-style
TasteThis spaghetti sauce has some attitude
Chef Mark LoRusso's picks: Tacos El Gordo and Cardenas
TasteOh, and he’s a big fan of the Downtown 3rd Farmers’ Market
Carmine's: Now under old ownership
TasteIf you’ve written off the former favorite—it’s back!




CD Cover Flo Rogers on Flo Rida
Nevada Public Radio GM (and one-time radio DJ) Flo Rogers reviews rapper Flo Rida's latest album
CD Cover Fiona Apple
Fiona Apple's first release in years was well worth waiting for
CD Cover Neil Young
And you didn't know "Oh Susannah" could rock out.

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Cocktail of the Week Jul 4, 2012
by Sabrina Chapman

The perfect match: At Tivoli Village’s Kabuki, a cocktail to pair with sushi

The people behind sushi for all mankind are now the people behind cocktails for all mankind. Kabuki Japanese Restaurant, named after traditional Japanese theater performed during the 17th century for ...