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  • Two years after a crowdfunding campaign raised more than $250,000 for a renovation, the project's prospects seem as uncertain as ever.

    Two years after a crowdfunding campaign raised more than $250,000 for a renovation, the project's prospects seem as uncertain as ever.

  • While quick to condemn our political and economic system, Wynn continues to handle China with kid gloves.

    While quick to condemn our political and economic system, Wynn continues to handle China with kid gloves.

  • What do you get when online and IRL shopping have a baby? A showroom store.

    What do you get when online and IRL shopping have a baby? A showroom store.

  • Trifecta owner Marty Walsh closes her Arts Factory space, which became a staple of the arts scene for its consistency and quality, at the end of January.

    Trifecta owner Marty Walsh closes her Arts Factory space, which became a staple of the arts scene for its consistency and quality, at the end of January.

  • Past on paper: The exhibit features political cartoons from 19th-century Mexico.

    Past on paper: The exhibit features political cartoons from 19th-century Mexico.

  • Producing director Troy Heard is keeping the mainstay from going dark.

    Producing director Troy Heard is keeping the mainstay from going dark.

  • And we're not sure how we feel about it.
  • Capturing the critical moment.

    Capturing the critical moment.

  • Also, a geeked-up version of GBDC—just in time for CES weekend!

    Also, a geeked-up version of GBDC—just in time for CES weekend!

  • From more warehouse parties to fewer EDM superstar bookings, forecasting the year ahead for nightlife in Las Vegas.

    From more warehouse parties to fewer EDM superstar bookings, forecasting the year ahead for nightlife in Las Vegas.

  • "It's like a winter sangria, minus the fruit."

    "It's like a winter sangria, minus the fruit."

  • Afrojack, Martin Garrix and Calvin Harris are out at the MGM megaclub. Who is spinning there in 2015?

    Afrojack, Martin Garrix and Calvin Harris are out at the MGM megaclub. Who is spinning there in 2015?

  • "There’s a lot of things I would have no idea about if it weren’t for the five of us meeting up in a garage to play music together."

    "There’s a lot of things I would have no idea about if it weren’t for the five of us meeting up in a garage to play music together."

  • It brings home the very real dangers of the time.

    It brings home the very real dangers of the time.

  • It's an album that is more than deserving of attention.

    It's an album that is more than deserving of attention.

  • A free DJ Logic shows at Brooklyn Bowl!
  • These packages aren’t just about music. They’re about rediscovery, reinvention, redemption. But I still buy these things for the music, and the problem is, the liner notes can be more compelling than the tunes.

    These packages aren’t just about music. They’re about rediscovery, reinvention, redemption. But I still buy these things for the music, and the problem is, the liner notes can be more compelling than the tunes.

  • Daniel Day-Lewis kicking butt? We'd pay to see that.

    Daniel Day-Lewis kicking butt? We'd pay to see that.

  • These are movies you will not catch anywhere else in Las Vegas.

    These are movies you will not catch anywhere else in Las Vegas.

  • Steve Wynn's roaring, if safe revue works—mostly.

    Steve Wynn's roaring, if safe revue works—mostly.

  • Paul Thomas Anderson takes a step back from the grandiose, operatic movies he’s made in recent years.

    Paul Thomas Anderson takes a step back from the grandiose, operatic movies he’s made in recent years.

  • Brothers Mark and Jay Duplass have been indie-movie fixtures, but this episodic format doesn’t necessarily fit their style.

    Brothers Mark and Jay Duplass have been indie-movie fixtures, but this episodic format doesn’t necessarily fit their style.

  • The mosh-perfect show ended with a frantic, 85-second-long rendition of "Viva Las Vegas."

    The mosh-perfect show ended with a frantic, 85-second-long rendition of "Viva Las Vegas."

  • Known for large, hard-edged wall constructions, Ryan reveals a softer, more intimate side at the Downtown space.

    Known for large, hard-edged wall constructions, Ryan reveals a softer, more intimate side at the Downtown space.

  • Be very afraid ... and entertained.
  • It brings home the very real dangers of the time.

    It brings home the very real dangers of the time.

  • Daniel Day-Lewis kicking butt? We'd pay to see that.

    Daniel Day-Lewis kicking butt? We'd pay to see that.

  • These are movies you will not catch anywhere else in Las Vegas.

    These are movies you will not catch anywhere else in Las Vegas.

  • Paul Thomas Anderson takes a step back from the grandiose, operatic movies he’s made in recent years.

    Paul Thomas Anderson takes a step back from the grandiose, operatic movies he’s made in recent years.

  • Brothers Mark and Jay Duplass have been indie-movie fixtures, but this episodic format doesn’t necessarily fit their style.

    Brothers Mark and Jay Duplass have been indie-movie fixtures, but this episodic format doesn’t necessarily fit their style.

  • A comforting menu built around salads, pizzas and pastas is a cakewalk for veteran chef Mark Andelbradt.

    A comforting menu built around salads, pizzas and pastas is a cakewalk for veteran chef Mark Andelbradt.

  • The restaurateurs behind the former Tverskaya have returned, armed with delicious pelmeni and vereniki.

    The restaurateurs behind the former Tverskaya have returned, armed with delicious pelmeni and vereniki.

  • It's hard to choose a favorite pasta from Portofino's menu, but you can't go wrong with this one.

    It's hard to choose a favorite pasta from Portofino's menu, but you can't go wrong with this one.

  • The chef and owner at 10-year-old Table 34 focuses on pleasing regulars and impressing first-time diners.

    The chef and owner at 10-year-old Table 34 focuses on pleasing regulars and impressing first-time diners.