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Also, new music from Peaceful Retreat and Cromm Fallon.

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September 27th, 2018

Also, new music from Peaceful Retreat and Cromm Fallon.

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    "London, New York and San Francisco were the cultural centers, and everyone kind of laughed at us. 'You’re from Detroit—don’t they make cars there?'"

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    Brendon Urie did it all at T-Mobile Arena, from floating on a piano to backflipping from a drum riser and covering Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

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    The frontman of the enduring alt-rock band talks producers, podcasts and his love for Las Vegas.

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    Imagine a brew equally inspired by hardcore pillar Converge, lullaby metal crew Deafheaven, electronic post-punk outfit The Faint and 'Mellon Collie'-era Smashing Pumpkins.

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    If you showed up expecting “Closer,” “Down In It” or “Hurt,” frontman Trent Reznor sent you home thirsty.

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    Also: Jimmy Eat World, Whitesnake and Ninja Sex Party

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    Also: The Breeders return, Alanis adds a second show and Method Man & Redman hit Brooklyn Bowl.

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    Also announcing shows: Godsmack, Shinedown and Slightly Stoopid.

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    It felt like the type of Vegas night the hometown band was made to soundtrack.

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    Also: Wanda Jackson, and several new Brooklyn Bowl and Bunkhouse shows.

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    Also: Kid Rock and a slew of bookings for Brooklyn Bowl

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    Tegan and Sara treated Saturday’s show as a sort of storytelling session, addressing 2007 album "The Con"—and anything tangential to it.

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    I've seen the Boston indie rockers three times, and this was the best performance.

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    Also: Black Label Society and a slew of new Brooklyn Bowl shows.

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    Also: Willie Nelson, Noel Gallagher and another Killers show.

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    Also: Unsane, Life is Sh*t Festival and another Moody Blues run

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    Also: Hollywood Undead, Bayside and Theresa Caputo.

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    Ticketholders for the September 2 Grand Garden Arena show can seek out refunds at point of purchase.

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    Also: Ruff Ryders, Metal Alliance Tour and Viva Ras Vegas weekender.

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    It’s still one of our favorite Strip hideaways, and those floor-to-ceiling windows remain the stars.

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    Recently she’s been singing with longtime Las Vegas lounge favorite Pop Rebels, formerly known as Generation.

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    Nate Schmidt, Shea Theodore, Alex Tuch should all be with the team through at least the 2024-25 season.

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    I Love the’90s: The Vegas Show is being billed as the first hip-hop residency on the Strip.

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    The 2018 edition is already topping years past with new viral menu items and more to keep the crowds moving.

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    “I went through 15 cervical spinal surgeries at the height of my music career, and then came back seven years later on American Idol.”

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    It’s a pressed and toasted hoagie bun filled with cut noodles, meat sauce, mozzarella cheese and a scattering of parsley.

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    The “street fries” are a buffet-in-a-box, especially the savory “mess” variety, covered in smoked brisket chili, cheese, green onions and bacon.

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    Chinese food, Mexican food and some stuff in between.

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    The spot offers an elevated food and beverage menu, plus dining tables on some nights.

  • A&E

    The dancer, singer, burlesque performer and former Jubilee! showgirl has worked toward becoming a top-tier entertainer since she was a little kid.

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    One-fourth of 98 Degrees, singer Jeff Timmons, has lived in Las Vegas for almost seven years.

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    “I think this has been one of the worst years for club music I’ve experienced.”

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    “We’re here to support gay, straight, blue, green—it doesn’t matter what color you are. Music is music, people are people.”

  • A&E

    Scheduled to appear are teacher/author Ruby Cooper; “disease detective” Vikram Krishnasamy; journalist/artist Dr. Chenjerai Kumanyika; and professional skeptic Teller.

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    Engelland and his family created the Engelland's Vegas Born Heroes Foundation this year.

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    Play is an inherent part of life. Puppies play. Cats play. Polar bears play. Lions, monkeys, birds, elephants, otters and people play. From the time ...