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It's bold and different while holding on to tentpoles that have made the series much beloved for the past 30 years.

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March 24th, 2017

It's bold and different while holding on to tentpoles that have made the series much beloved for the past 30 years.

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    I would love to see you boost your attunement to the intelligent organ at the center of your chest.

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    The characters also get credit for at least seeming smart; no one makes the rookie mistake of going off to investigate alone.

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    The “playlist” reflects his musical influences and allows for additional creative freedom.

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    Plus, Vince Gill and Lyle Lovett play the Smith Center and the Nevada Women's Film Festival runs at Springs Preserve.

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    The Phoenix psychedelic-punk outfit visits Fremont East Friday night.

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    Broadway has seen its share of puppets, but Hand to God takes them to a new realm.

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    If anyone invented rock ’n’ roll, it was Chuck Berry.

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    Hollywood studios remain fixated on virtually any recognizable brand name.

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    Woody Harrelson throws himself into the title role but isn’t enough to hold together a disjointed movie.

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    The singer and songwriter brings Panic! At the Disco back to Las Vegas March 24.

  • Film

    It’s barely a step above the Hallmark Channel Christmas movie she showed up in last year.

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    Nevada is home to first-rate artists who can hold their own anywhere.

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    Isbell spent the evening connecting with a much larger crowd than usually shows up in Vegas for alt-country and Americana acts.

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    You know that forbidden fruit you’ve had your eyes on, Virgo? Maybe it isn’t so forbidden any more.

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    Tiliting the Basin holds its opening reception March 14 at 7 p.m. at 920 S. Commerce Street and will be on display through May 14.

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    As has been the case with all of Disney’s live-action updates, bigger does not equal better.

  • Film

    A large cast of fine actors do their best to provide emotional ballast and some flashes of dark humor.

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