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Best in Print

March 28-April 3
Best in PrintSigns of life: Is Las Vegas moving beyond the recession?
From the patio dining area of Tacos El Gordo on Las Vegas Boulevard, there’s a view of ... read article
Best in PrintEmbracing the (March) Madness, Vegas-style
Stacy J. Willis on pick and rolls, $500 chairs and the sadistic math problem that is the ... read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionNightlife producer Genevieve Cleary brings Broadway instincts to Vegas’ hottest clubs
The party architect is currently working on resident parties for Dirty South and LMFAO’s Redfoo. more
The IntersectionJoe Downtown: Is Downtown too insular for its own good?
It was stunning to watch a local creative look over both shoulders before talking to me about what’s going on Downtown. “I don’t think they ... more
The IntersectionLeaving Las Vegas: Comparing Miss America and our lawmakers’ medical marijuana trip
The famed pageant is headed back to New Jersey while our elected officials traveled to an Arizona dispensary. more
The IntersectionCan Vegas sustain three observation wheels?
The proposed London Thrill park would include another big wheel. Come on, guys, get creative. more
The IntersectionMattresses, peacock meat and other roadside scores
A new Montana bill will allow the salvage of roadkill. What’s on the side of the road in Nevada? more
The IntersectionNew book, movie and museum plans prove Liberace is back
Liberace Extravaganza! should hold you over until the new museum opens its doors. more
The IntersectionTaking our state’s beer to the next level
The Nevada Craft Brewers Association is attempting to bring local brewers together. more
The IntersectionCulinary Union’s quiet strike at Cosmo seems counterintuitive
Where are the camp-outs and flash mobs? more
The IntersectionCatwalk camera equals awesome dunk photos
Enjoy these dunks by Anthony Bennett; you might not get to see them anymore. more


NightlifeHot Spots: Ciara at Haze, Tommy Trash at Wet Republic and more
Also, free Patrón at Weekly‘s Party on the Patio! more
NightlifeCosmic Gate’s DJ Bossi talks musical chemistry and the problem with festivals
Also, changes in the industry and trance’s role in EDM. more
NightlifeAt Jaleo, a refreshed take on the classic Gin & Tonic
And this refreshed take is refreshing, too. more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: Chateau’s Beer Gardens open, celeb spotting and more
Also, Light’s opening weekend details. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentTrust Us: ‘The Walking Dead,’ Burt Bacharach and other stuff you want to know about
Also, Chick Corea and Béla Fleck hit the Smith Center and Pierre Gagnaire brings a new menu to Twist. more
Arts and EntertainmentWrapping Neon Reverb: Exit interview with organizer Jason Aragon
Highs and lows, favorite acts and plans for the fall. more
Arts and EntertainmentOur favorite Neon Reverb discoveries
From a one-man band to Hawaiian gypsy-rockers, four acts that floored us at the festival. more
Arts and EntertainmentOne shining moment, Neon Reverb style
Swaying to Most Thieves, remembering Jason Molina and more. more
Arts and EntertainmentCD review: The Strokes’ ‘Comedown Machine’
It ain’t no Abbey Road. more
Arts and EntertainmentThe London Suede and Depeche Mode notch strong new albums
The Brits are back! more
Arts and EntertainmentThe Weekly interview: Mindless Self Indulgence’s Jimmy Urine
Mindless Self Indulgence plays Extreme Thing on March 30. more
Arts and EntertainmentBill Maher brings sharp, political comedy to the Palms
“Good to know I haven’t lost my ability to make my own audience boo.” more
Arts and EntertainmentJoin Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend for its sweet 16
The celebration includes burlesque performances, Tiki-themed pool parties and more. more


ScreenGame of Thrones’ Season 3 promises plenty of shocks and surprises
We’ll just say this: Don’t get too attached to any character this season more
ScreenGame of Thrones’ Season 3 characters we can’t wait to see
So many characters in the books, so little screen time. Nice to see these ones made the cut more
ScreenFilm review: ‘The Gatekeepers’
Some great interviews, but not necessarily a compelling documentary more
ScreenFilm review: ‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’
It’s even terrible for a G.I. Joe movie, and that’s saying something more
ScreenTV review: ‘How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)’
It’s actually a pretty good show: Does it have a chance? more
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Innovative Yonaka is our latest Japanese hot spot
TasteJapanese food is becoming a big deal in Las Vegas. Yonaka is the latest deliciousness.
Check out the Thai food fair at Chaiya Meditation Monastery
Delicious and cheap satay skewers, roti bread, shrimp cakes and more.
Bacchanal Buffet adds Neopolitan pizza, with help from a master
TasteFamed pizza maker Enzo Coccia came to Caesars Place to drop some knowledge.
Upgrade your shake game with eight creamy creations
TasteDoesn’t a milk shake sound really good right now?


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Cocktail of the Week Mar 27, 2013
by Sabrina Chapman

At Jaleo, a refreshed take on the classic Gin & Tonic

Despite the simplicity of its name, mastering the gin and tonic is not quite as simple as throwing some ice, gin, tonic and lime into a glass. This cocktail was ...