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Best in Print

February 14-February 20
Best in PrintTaking the Las Vegas arts scene seriously
There’s a revolution brewing, but is there anything to overthrow? read article
Best in PrintChoke holds and hair spray: In the ring with the Women of Wrestling
Founded in 2000, WoW is back with colorful personalities and athletic performances. read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionArchitect David M. Schwarz on the Linq project, Smith Center critics and Las Vegas history
The architect also is known for working on Lake Las Vegas and the upcoming Linq project on the Strip. more
The IntersectionIs UNLV really the 12th most popular university in America?
Weekly hits the campus to see if current Rebels were excited to go there. more
The IntersectionGauging the impact of the USPS delivery change via social media
And how the USPS stacks up compared to Justin Bieber. more
The IntersectionTattooed for free cocktails: A ‘lifetime’ of anything carries a heavy caveat
Drink and be wary. more
The IntersectionRebels on the rebound: Will UNLV turn around its inconsistent season?
The team will soon face Wyoming and UNR on the road. more
The IntersectionJoe Downtown: Ecomom and the stresses of entrepreneurship
Matthias Galica flew to Las Vegas for an answer. He hoped being in the same city, in the same coffeeshops, seeing the same people that ... more
The IntersectionWhy the latest Heart Attack Grill death is not really news
With a burger called the “Quadruple Bypass,” what did we really expect? more


NightlifeHot Spots: Miguel at Pure, Weezer at Haze, Weekly Fling at Body English and more
Also, cupid may be stupid at Tao but Valentine’s Day is for lingerie at the Erotic Heritage Museum. more
NightlifeJonathan Fine keeps Rockhouse rockin’ at the Venetian
Fun and friendly bar is bigger and better at new Strip spot. more
NightlifeNightlife News & Notes: Phelps takes Vegas (again), Heraea and Rockhouse shake things up
Also, Jenny McCarthy spotted at Haze. more
NightlifeApples and blood oranges: a different zombie cocktail at Hi Scores Bar-Arcade
This tasty concoction will bring you back to life. Get it? more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentRTZvegas exhibits a bygone Las Vegas
Find Images of yesterday’s marquees at Another Time, Another Place. more
Arts and EntertainmentAnatomy of two artists at TastySpace gallery
Death gets bright and sparkly at this TastySpace exhibit. more
Arts and EntertainmentVegas hip-hop veterans pay homage to the genre’s golden greats
Longtime Vegas rappers James Allen (Spoaty Mac) and Daniel Ware (Dirty Red) are bounding around the LVCS on a Tuesday night, drinking in the love ... more
Arts and EntertainmentJoseph Watson’s banners commemorate Berkley Square’s place in history
Artist was a natural fit to tell the story of this essential Las Vegas neighborhood. more
Arts and EntertainmentGruesome Playground Injuries’ is genuinely affecting
Yes, it’s gruesome, but you can’t take your eyes off the stage more
Arts and EntertainmentTrust Us: The Color Run, best pictures, great photography and more
Also, Major League Soccer lands at Sam Boyd Stadium and Pink takes over Mandalay Bay. more
Arts and EntertainmentFor one local fan, Imagine Dragons’ rise was obvious
The Weekly’s Allison Duck waxes poetic over her favorite local band more
Arts and EntertainmentSteve-O and Tom Green stopped by our office …
“Original Pranksters” talk about their standup comedy shows at the Riviera. more
Arts and EntertainmentConcert review: The Who leaves it all onstage—blood included—during ‘Quadrophenia’ visit
Pete Townshend’s windmill-hand injury leaves concert in momentary limbo. more


ScreenTV review: ‘Zero Hour’
The new end-of-days conspiracy thriller is apocalyptically bad. more
ScreenThe new ‘Twilight?’ ‘Beautiful Creatures’ tries hard to take up the mantle
Yet another movie for fantasy-obsessed teen girls to indulge in. more
ScreenJosh Bell’s favorites from this year’s Dam Short Film Festival
The best Dam movies more
ScreenFilm review: ‘Safe Haven’
Even as movie based on Nicholas Sparks novels go, this one’s pretty weak more
ScreenTaking original ‘Die Hard’ villain Theo to the latest sequel
Clarence Gilyard has plenty to say about A Good Day to Die Hard more
ScreenA Good Day to Die Hard’ a good argument for ending the series
It just isn’t fun anymore. more
ScreenOscar-nominated short films show up at local theaters
Catch these acclaimed shorts at the Orleans, Santa Fe, South Point or Suncoast. more
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Gourmet mainstay: Michael’s carries the old-school torch
TasteConsistency has been the key to Michael’s success since it opened at Barbary Coast in 1982.
Talking truffles with two top Italian chefs
TasteExecutive chefs from Aria’s Sirio and Encore’s Sinatra adore this luxurious ingredient.
Weekly Taste Test: Nine bags of Doritos and a cloud of dust
TasteTaco Bell-flavored Doritos are on the way, so prepare your palate with these crazy varieties.




CD review: Tim McGraw's 'Two Lanes of Freedom'
The country veteran plays it safe on his 12th album.
My Bloody Valentine finally follows through on its post-'Loveless' promise
The band hasn't released a full album since 1991.
CD Cover CD review: Tegan and Sara's 'Heartthrob'
Tegan and Sara are building on something

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Cocktail of the Week Feb 13, 2013
by Sabrina Chapman

Apples and blood oranges: a different zombie cocktail at Hi Scores Bar-Arcade

“I’ve never seen someone come into the arcade and not smile. Because it reminds them of a moment,” says Freddie Delatorre, assistant general manager of Hi Scores Bar-Arcade. “Cocktails should ...