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Moonchild at the Bunkhouse and Ben Vereen at the Smith Center.

An Area 51 celebration, The Joy Formidable, sketch comedy and more happening this week in Las Vegas

September 18th, 2019

Moonchild at the Bunkhouse and Ben Vereen at the Smith Center.

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    Joining CUAD for the August 30 Bunkhouse show will be Caravels, playing for the first time since 2015.

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    Free entry to Lake Mead National Recreation Area on August 25.

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    A Touch of Africa comes to Clark County Library, and This Will Destroy You plays at Bunkhouse.

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    ‘Rattlesnakes’ at Majestic Rep, and Sin City Opera’s 10th anniversary.

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    Curl Up and Die—featuring Mike Minnick on vocals, guitarist Matt Fuchs, bassist Ryan Hartery and drummer Keil Corcoran—played its first show since 2005 on June ...

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    Community Art Day at Barrick and a double dose of David Lowery.

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    With a solidified new lineup and a memorable new record, now is the time to catch Chris Crisci and company.

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    Climbing documentary Reel Rock 13 shows at Clark County Library.

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    Full of Hell, Primitive Man and Genocide Pact plat the Downtown venue on May 30.

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    Comedian Jo Koy comes home, and Poor Richard’s brings 31 shorts to the stage.

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    “I called my parents and said, “Hey, we’re playing in Las Vegas tonight at the Huntridge Theatre.” And my mom said, “Oh, yeah, you’ve been ...

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    Featuring Red Fang, John Garcia, Sasquatch and many more.

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    The Las Vegas Philharmonic closes its 20th season with some Beethoven.

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    It’s been nearly seven years since he played Las Vegas, and much has changed for the Canadian indie rocker and songwriting marvel in that time.

  • A&E

    The Double Down Comedy Experience is set for April 26 and 27 at the Bunkhouse Saloon.

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    “I think the experience and the communal vibe of tour is really reparative to sick, isolated, creative people who stay at home with their cats ...

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    Leo Duncan and Ben Moorhouse, a pair of buskers who cut their teeth playing on the Tube in London, recently expanded to a quintet. They ...

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    Neal Schon takes every opportunity to unleash extended, squealing guitar solos.

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    Chris Curtis relocated to Las Vegas in January and immediately began training more intensely than he had at any other point in his 10-year professional ...

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  • Dining

    Last month, the former Tao Group corporate executive chef launched his spot in the southwest Valley, marking his official debut as a Vegas restaurateur.

  • A&E

    From the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center’s festival to Urban Pride to the We Are All One Festival and beyond.

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    We're visiting one of the valley’s top neighborhood Italian restaurants to get some pasta tips from chef Marc Sgrizzi.

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    A 2019 UNLV graduate, Natnael Gebremariam knows the stresses of figuring out how to pay for college. “I applied for scholarships and grants, basically anything ...

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    Boosting your financial well-being is a worthwhile goal, regardless of income level, tax bracket or savings. According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, financial well-being ...

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    Tim Faust’s job sometimes leaves him feeling like a “library of human misery.” He tours the country to advocate for single-payer health care, meeting with ...

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    “Gwen had a specific idea how she wanted to tell her story about her life. From there it was a conversation about the arrangement of ...

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    Pizza connoisseurs consider it to be the ultimate expression of the dish—the crust is slightly crispy on the outside (even charred) and soft and tender ...

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    “Our ticket sales were only like 200 a couple days before our first Brooklyn Bowl show in Vegas, but it ended up drawing 1,600 people. ...

  • Nightlife

    E-40’s Function Fridays at Light, Pauly D at Drai’s and more.