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More than 150 writers and artists explore themes, causes and responses to gun violence, with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Route 91 Strong.

Image Comics’ anthology ‘Where We Live’ benefits Las Vegas in more ways than one

June 14th, 2018

More than 150 writers and artists explore themes, causes and responses to gun violence, with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Route 91 Strong.

  • A&E

    See photos of the Valley’s vanished bars, movie theaters and more—and hear their stories.

  • Print

    New work from comedian Louie Anderson, poet Claudia Keelan and more.

  • Print

    It unfolds leisurely over just two days and four events—with no overlaps.

  • A&E

    The latest addition rounds out a packed program for the weekender's closing variety show.

  • PhotographyNewsAll

    Learn some of the ways the Writer’s Block, B&C Camera and Kappa Toys keep customers coming back.

  • Film

    Most of the movie’s cast is local, and veteran character actor Lorenzo Lamas plays a military general.

  • Print

    Kevin MacKinnon plans to self-publish You’re My Human to help pets find forever homes.

  • Print

    "I was driving my car when she called. It was Oprah’s voice in surround sound."

  • Print

    In vitro fertilization, too, is federally banned, because an amendment outlaws the transfer of embryos from laboratory to uterus.

  • Print

    Michael Wolff makes a convincing case that the campaign that expected to lose gamely morphed into the administration that can’t run the empire.

  • Weekly Q&A

    “Compared to my Ohio life, people are more positive here, more responsive to literary things.”

  • Print

    Lincoln, Grant and Clinton make appearances.

  • Print

    The posthumous collection reflects a lifetime of the writer’s journalism, essays and profiles.

  • Print

    Attempting a modern sequel of a classic novel is a dicey affair.

  • FeaturedBooksHalloween 2017

    What happens when our mobster past comes back in undead form?

  • Print

    He has in many ways become the country’s most recognized black writer, a latter-day James Baldwin.

  • Intersection

    “I want this to be a community hub—a place that’s warm and welcoming.”

  • Print

    Local authors make a strong showing this year.

  • Print

    She accepts at least some of the blame for her long campaign’s miserable death.

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  • Dining

    The second annual Summer Cookout raised more than $18,000 for Three Square Food Bank.

  • A&E

    Randall has been training and perfecting his act for years in preparation for the World Championships of Magic.

  • A&E

    He used his first show back at Caesars Palace to debut some songs from his upcoming 30th studio album.

  • NewsAllSports

    Tickets have become the toughest in the league to get; practices required fire marshals to limit the overwhelming number of attendees.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    On the worst days, there’s a toilet bowl ring of smog around the valley. You may not notice it if you spend most of your ...

  • NewsAllAggregate

    As teachers dismiss their classrooms for the last time, students rush to embrace a summer free of math tests, book reports and science projects. But ...

  • Nightlife

    Los Angeles-based Houston Hospitality will open the changing resort's new nightclub on New Year's Eve.

  • NewsAllSports

    The Knights cruised through the Western Conference portion, and did it in a manner coach Gerard Gallant preached from the day he took the job—by ...

  • Dining

    “I’m not adding mayos or mustards or vinegars that don’t belong. It’s very basic, and that’s what people like about it.”

  • NewsAllSports

    When, how and why to attend Aces, Lights and 51s games.

  • NewsAllAggregate

    When they were first mass produced, e-cigarettes and vaping products formed an industry widely considered to be a dud in the United States. But in ...

  • A&E

    This year's benefit production boasts a cast of 150 from 30 different Las Vegas shows.

  • Music

    Last weekend she Instagrammed, “omg getting close #prayforme.”

  • SportsFeaturedVegas Golden Knights

    The lynchpin of the pregame festivities was a medieval-themed performance in which a knight would pry a sword out of a stone and use it ...

  • Nightlife

    “You can’t be crowned the king of the party without running through Vegas.”

  • NewsAllAggregate

    The executive director of Golden Rainbow talks about the organization's upcoming fundraising events, his passion for helping those living with HIV/AIDS, and the increasing rate ...

  • Nightlife

    The nightlife executive has witnessed the scene’s evolution since the late ’80s, while moonlighting as a DJ.

  • SportsSports Betting

    Here’s the latest installment of the Play of the Day, which uses odds from the South Point. Our four sports writers started with ...

  • Dining

    Three chefs from three different restaurants will to collaborate on a family-style menu.