Story archive > 2005 > November

  • The gay community dedicates a mural Downtown. What, you didn't hear about it?

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

  • Even on PlayStation 2, Resident Evil 4 is still the best of the year

  • Contemplating what was and what could have been

  • Are thugs turning football games into shooting galleries?

  • What happens when you cross a nightclub with a circus?

  • Why J.D. Salinger should be Eminem's role model

  • FIRST DESCENT

  • Country & Western Roundup

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

  • Mutaytors Multi-Media Circus (3 stars)—Empire Ballroom, November 29

  • Trailer Review: AEON FLUX

  • Looking for life beyond the cineplex, Josh Bell finds there are more movie options here than you think

  • ABC and CBS present dueling bios of Pope John Paul II

  • THE PASSENGER

  • New boyfriend sweetens Thanksgiving Day

  • Get your gear at McGhie's

  • Who can resist the lure of Big Elvis?

  • Didion, Hall take different approaches to the death of a spouse

  • THE SQUID AND THE WHALE

  • Hollywood vet-turned-UNLV professor chews over Vegas theater, artistic commitment and Tinseltown's clueless corporate culture

  • System of a Down completes its two-disc masterpiece

  • Taking in Sir Paul with Sir Dennis Mitchell

  • Test Market's No Exit offers little entry into Samuel Beckett Festival

  • Heavens Above

  • All the Arts + Entertainment You Can Eat

  • Baby, it's cold-ish outside. Time for soup! Here are a dozen can't-miss suggestions.

  • Talking about Sinclair Broadcasting with journalist Wil Hylton

  • Who will win the Golden Nerf?

  • New love wipes away old doubts

  • Trailer Review: JUST FRIENDS

  • A partial, opinionated and 100 percent accurate list

  • YOURS, MINE AND OURS

  • BEE SEASON

  • Urban rock opera Rent U-hauls over to the big screen, but can it pay off its box-office landlords?

  • 3 Questions with The Raveonettes' Sharin Foo

  • Special pieces only found here and in New York

  • Rainbow Bar and Grill serves up some great Italian, late-night fare

  • Who will win the Golden Nerf?

  • What's it mean that Heidi Fleiss wants to start a male brothel?

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

  • Compact-disc lovers fight the downloadable future at the new Tower Records store

  • The One-Minute Reviewer: Jon Stewart

  • Fire Emblem gives characters one—and only one—chance

  • Sometimes your best bet is off the Strip

  • Activists want military off high-school campuses

  • Gallery Au Go-Go's spirit might haunt Downtown occasionally

  • You gotta work clean to get laughs at sea

  • Heavens Above

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

  • Proposed airport = More tourists. Hooray?

  • THE ICE HARVEST

  • Bruce Springsteen; Scott Stapp; Dj Irene

  • DVD breaks down local scene's past, present, future

  • Can a warrior woman drink her way across the Roman Empire?

  • Impressive performances salvage excessive scheduling on local stages

  • Reid's office is an old-fashioned War Room

  • Who will win the Golden Nerf?

  • Five weeks after DMV rebate checks were cut, one lady still hasn't received any money

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

  • Simple Shadow of the Colossus is exhilarating

  • It's Neophyte Broadcasting 101 when a new host meets a live mike

  • Two movies show a key period in the trades

  • Kate Bush; Madonna; Floetry

  • HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE

  • Garbage cans, big buffets and messy desks—the intimate relationship between waste and efficiency

  • DJ A.M. ushers in a brand new day at Pure

  • Liz Phair's Ascent into Hottiness

  • Never mind what the cool people say—there's life in the Vegas music scene

  • Rainbow owners hope to give local musicians a boost

  • In honor of the Weekly's seventh birthday or anniversary or whatever we're calling this, we threw ourselves a little party and invited some of our ...

  • Reese Witherspoon saves Walk the Line from the biopic blahs

  • A pair of Charleston bars offer warmth and comfort

  • Wynn's Country Club is refreshing in its simplicity

  • PARADISE NOW

  • Does Paris Hilton spell death for Laguna Beach?

  • Designer makes WASP style modern

  • Journeying from self-flagellation to forgiveness

  • Heavens Above

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

  • Yep, he's back. But catch him while you can

  • Dane Cook's career continues to soar

  • Heavens Above

  • Las Vegas Chinese Daily News founder came back from tragedy to launch a popular publication

  • The Stones

  • Talking Heads; Susan Tedeschi; T. Rex

  • Simon's once-tangy zingers lose their tartness in Brit-witted London Suite

  • NEW YORK DOLL

  • Thou shalt laugh when the exalted fake news anchor takes the stage

  • Sandwich shops miss on meatballs

  • Amy Tan prefers humor to rhetoric

  • Cedric the Entertainer stands up for the environment

  • Still politically incorrect after all these years

  • 50 Cent dies trying in his film debut

  • Three British artists' work is both refined and punk

  • The Reason Foundation visits, and contemplates, a mirage

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

  • Who will win the Golden Nerf?

  • Napkin Nights' Tracy Lee takes her best shot

  • Metal Skool offers the cure for the common club

  • Rockstar has another home run with The Warriors

  • Found Footage Festival finds humor in the banal

  • KISS KISS, BANG BANG

  • What the return of KJUL means—and doesn't mean

  • It's the Funny That Matters When America's Top Stand-Ups Come for The Comedy Festival

  • Geraldo Rivera tells you what to think

  • ZATHURA: A SPACE ADVENTURE

  • Words of wisdom from a straight-shooter

  • DKNY switches sides and gets more Vegas-centric

  • Unsafe sex, drug use and miseducation keep HIV/AIDS thriving in Sin City

  • PRIDE & PREJUDICE

  • U2 (3 stars)—November 4, MGM Grand Garden Arena

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

  • Or just determined to learn a lesson once in a while?

  • Metropark mixes music, fashion and art

  • When you get down to it, life is really about separating the good from the bad, the wheat from the chaff. Because who has time ...

  • Controversial cartoon comes to TV

  • Would we be better off with one local government?

  • MIRRORMASK

  • Eight years strong and 54 is still giving back

  • Latest Navy Seals game brings single-player back to the forefront

  • Heavens Above

  • Who will win the Golden Nerf?

  • Vegas' Vegoose festival lures all types, including our shameless writer

  • Hoffman talks with Weekly's Josh Bell about Capote, his process and working with Tom Cruise.

  • Outlying areas offer a small but varied selection of drinking spots

  • SHOPGIRL

  • GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK

  • The Cosmopolitan condo/casino project signals Vegas' Miami-zation. Meantime, in Miami...

  • Jarhead makes military life a snooze

  • Rumors of a PC James Bond should remain that way

  • WHERE THE TRUTH LIES

  • The Peanut Butter & Jelly Critic

  • Songs U2 should play live but doesn't

  • City's art withdrawal raises important questions

  • CHICKEN LITTLE

  • Ex-columnist recalls riling the Whackjob of All Media

  • CAPOTE

  • t.A.T.u.; Jamie Cullum; Neil Diamond

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

  • Triple George Grill brings San Francisco cuisine and ambience to Third Street

  • A little slice of Vegas in a much beloved drugstore

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