As We See It

We knew there would be zombies, but we didn’t know how we’d encounter them.

Walk, play and ride Downtown’s forthcoming ‘Walking Dead’ attraction

July 20th, 2017

We knew there would be zombies, but we didn’t know how we’d encounter them.

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    If you’re weary of navigating around the Downtown road work that has consumed Main and Commerce streets for much of the past year, you’ll be ...

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    Almost every woman has a horror story about getting her period in public.

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    I’ve been using Waze for my daily Downtown-to-Henderson commute for the past month. The results, so far, have been mixed.

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    What was behind the sudden end of the ladies' wrestling show once staged at the Riviera—and does it have to do with Pia Zadora?

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    For all the giddy news of long lines and robust sales, one group has been semi-forgotten amid Nevada’s recreational marijuana boom.

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    Teachers go out of pocket to the tune of an average $500, according to Time.com.

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    “Listening to 20 people giggle when they hear a goat sneeze for the first time … is an incredible kind of therapy.”

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    You ought to check out the 14th Factory, a group art exhibition curated by artist Simon Birch inside an abandoned LA warehouse.

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    Only 2 percent of Cox users currently cross the 1 TB threshold.

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    It was a historic day, marked with jovial tomfoolery and a few bittersweet moments.

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    “I haven’t seen 60, 70 percent of our collection, because we haven’t had the room to unpack and look at it.”

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    If you really want to get freaky, use the Community Dashboard to compare Vegas to other cities around the country.

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    Remember when a Kodiak bear out-hot dogged competitive-eating hero Tokeru Kobayashi?

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    The mayor’s office has been handing out the Key to the City for decades, to Elvis, Michael Jackson and more.

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    The nonprofit recently cut its operating hours and staff salaries to offset funding issues.

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