Stories published December 16, 2004 - Las Vegas Weekly

Story archive > 2004 > December > 16

  • Winter Wonderettes leaves you yearning for spring ... or summer ... or fall

  • Astromat for December 16 - 22

  • Activists: Health district targeting indigents District: Human waste compromising safety

  • Mash Notes, Hate Mail, Urgent Communiqués, Secret Messages, Thesis Pieces

  • Matt Jacob's Fearless Football Picks

  • Legendary franchise starts to show its age with third installment

  • Reader challenges columnist to a psyche-off

  • News, observations, stray thoughts + medically supervised brain drainings about our city

  • During the election, Republicans appealed to cultural issues; now the GOP-led Congress is reverting to an economic agenda that works against those values voters

  • Lounge is scene for Billboard party

  • All karaoke night is missing are weird contract riders

  • Cheap boas and a hint of redemption when Dolly Parton visited Celine's house

  • LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS

  • It was trash talk and hard (virtual) hitting when the champions of Madden NFL gathered in Vegas for their playoffs

  • FLIGHT OF THE PHOENIX

  • Stephen King and Stewart O'Nan talk about da Sox

  • Wild Sage Café returns under a new guise

  • Comedian Dom Irrera has a few things to say about this town

  • RED LIGHTS

  • Hey, he had some time to kill. Why not spend it letting us help him run some errands?

  • Spanglish is the worst movie of 2004

  • Looking back at a relationship—and re-evaluating a friend

  • FAO Schwarz was a legendary fantasy land. Then it went bankrupt. Can the reopened store keep the childlike wonder alive?

  • Bring 'em on home