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Also: Young the Giant, Kidz Bop and Katchafire.

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February 23rd, 2017

Also: Young the Giant, Kidz Bop and Katchafire.

  • Music

    Inspired by Adams’ divorce from Mandy Moore, most of the songs are melancholy and downbeat.

  • Music

    The indie group’s new LP is about a breakup: leader David Longstreth’s split with Amber Coffman.

  • Music

    If you’ve heard one Future project, you’ve heard them all.

  • Music

    Inspired by Adams’ divorce from Mandy Moore, most of the songs are melancholy and downbeat.

  • Music

    The Australians plan to release four more studio LPs this year. Really.

  • Music

    The California goth-punk veterans are an efficient hard-rock machine, as they proved over the course of 70 minutes.

  • Music

    The three-night total: 77 songs, without a repeat. That’s how you take over a venue.

  • Music

    He changed costumes often, but it would have been a fun set even with my eyes closed.

  • Music

    Twangy country, bumpin’ funk, sweeping prog … don’t even bother trying to categorize Ween’s sound.

  • Music

    The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer plays the Pearl at the Palms on February 17.

  • Music

    The Vegas trio has won the ears of local scenesters and show promoters.

  • Music

    “[Punk] got very gray and very political and very violent. I didn’t like it very much anymore."

  • Music

    Seeing the 23-year-old pop star on the Dangerous Woman Tour means witnessing an artist in transition.

  • Music

    The singer brings her tour to T-Mobile on August 11.

  • Music

    He's on DJ Shadow's Liquid Amber label, so you know you're dealing with a trustworthy beatmaster.

  • Music

    "Outreach of a compassionate, empathetic and loving lifestyle is the sole reason we exist."

  • Music

    The indie band followed its hour-long set with ... an hour-long encore.

  • Music

    Also: Deep Purple and Alice, Steve Miller with Frampton, plus Phil Vassar.

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    Music, food and fun will take over the Fremont Street Experience this weekend, from 11 a.m. to midnight February 25 and 26.

  • Intersection

    Among the additions to the area: More buildings and facilities, more retail and housing—and more doctors.

  • Dining

    For a young city still blooming in the desert, Las Vegas has some deep soul-food roots.

  • Music

    The California goth-punk veterans are an efficient hard-rock machine, as they proved over the course of 70 minutes.

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    The three-night total: 77 songs, without a repeat. That’s how you take over a venue.

  • Reviews

    SoCal transplant Matt Meyer tosses Asian and Latin flavors into the mix of a massive menu.

  • Dining News

    Get ready for a Wagyu feast at Andiron, a top wines reception at Aureole and local brews with barbecue in Henderson.

  • Music

    He changed costumes often, but it would have been a fun set even with my eyes closed.

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    The revitalization of the area has been projected for years. Naturally, we have ideas.

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    The celebrated chef’s Japanese restaurant at MGM Grand offers adventure for all.

  • Music

    Also: Young the Giant, Kidz Bop and Katchafire.

  • Dining

    At $2 or less per, you can get a filling meal for a few bucks.

  • Industry Weekly

    The man behind Casa Fuente and the new Montecristo Cigar Bar at Caesars Palace has a new headquarters off the Strip.

  • Intersection

    Long part of the university's V-Day tradition, the play will be produced on campus for the last time on Saturday.

  • Intersection

    Not only is ax-chucking a thing outside of lumberjack circles, it has spread to Las Vegas, because Las Vegas.

  • A&E

    Also, catch Heat and Soul at Henderson Events Plaza and poet Morgan Parker at UNLV this week.

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    Also: DJ Spider plays Light, Dillon Francis plays XS, DJ Mustard plays Marquee and many more.

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    The annual charity event, now in its fifth year, raises money for communities in need.