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Artist Raymond Pettibon, Young (and old) Frankenstein, the book fest and other Las Vegas events to mark on your calendar.

2017 Fall A&E Guide: Cultural happenings

September 7th, 2017

Artist Raymond Pettibon, Young (and old) Frankenstein, the book fest and other Las Vegas events to mark on your calendar.

  • Arts & EntertainmentCultureFeatured

    The new board game phenomenon is destroying the antisocial geek stereotype and providing an easy leisure alternative.

  • A&E

    His love of music and how it shapes what we see fine-tuned the eyes and ears of a generation.

  • SportsCultureFeatured

    Is it a bad rap? It's time for us to parse out the reputation and the culture of the Raiders.

  • A&E

    For most of my adult life, I was one of those smug boors who quietly bragged about not owning a television set. Not anymore.

  • A&E

    If you haven’t made these rounds, you don’t really know Vegas.

  • Intersection

    Even if—or in fact because—the nation is not prepared to address the ERA in 2017, a lone symbol of equality coming from one state is ...

  • Intersection

    Ours is a city still struggling with its identity at the local level, but we’re beginning to figure this stuff out.

  • A&E

    The Symphony Park performing arts center celebrates with an anniversary concert on March 7.

  • CultureFeaturedMcCarran International Airport

    “One of the beautiful things about living here is the connectivity we have to the world. We serve about 150 different destinations and because Las ...

  • A&E

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

  • Dining

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

  • Industry Weekly

    "You have to believe in something more than product or money. There’s got to be a deeper meaning."

  • CultureFeaturedLove & Sex 2017

    Example: We matched on Grindr two days ago, and he won’t stop messaging me. He’s being so extra.

  • CultureFeaturedLove & Sex 2017

    Constant contact makes us think we’re better communicators than we are, but there’s little meaning in a steady stream of emoticons.

  • Intersection

    In the age of ignorance and beliefs over truth, why not give some credence to the ridiculous?

  • A&E

    Even when it first opened in 2007 and gave Vegas drinkers and scenesters their first walkable Downtown barhop, you always started at DCR.

  • A&E

    Also, find Anton Chekhov's Cherry Orchard of the Living Dead at Majestic and a women's march Downtown.

  • NewsAllCulture

    You might think virtual reality is overhyped, poised to fade out and never penetrate the mainstream, but it’s gaining traction in commercial markets. Casino operators ...

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    Most felt Golovkin won the slugfest, or at very least it was an extremely close fight, but ringside judge Adalaide Byrd scored the fight ...

  • Intersection

    “It’s sad to see everyone leaving because this plaza is getting old. You don’t leave your grandparents because they’re getting old.”

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    King was a finalist on the show, parlaying the exposure to a lengthy pro wrestling for the Las Vegas resident ...

  • Reviews

    Don’t skip the Octopus Salteado, tender seafood drenched in a tongue-tingling romesco-lime sauce.

  • Industry Weekly

    “No one stays the same,” she sings on her latest single, the title track off her upcoming album Younger Now.

  • Industry Weekly

    The Wynn retreat offers one of the most spectacular seafood experiences you’ll ever have.

  • MusicFeatured

    There’s something special about karaoke bars, and even more so about the folks who frequent them.

  • Industry Weekly

    Los Angeles hosted the Emmy Awards but Las Vegas made one unforgettable appearance.

  • Intersection

    Chef Natalie Young's "Chinese and chicken joint" is closing its doors, but its kitchen is staying busy.

  • Music

    Wonderful Wonderful also has the confidence to be far more inventive than anything the band has released before.

  • Dining

    The casero is the most popular ceviche—shrimp marinated in lime with avocado, onion, cucumber, cilantro and plenty of spicy bits of serrano pepper.

  • Intersection

    The governor’s task force predicted tourists would account for 63 percent of Nevada’s recreational marijuana sales, but where did it expect those millions to toke ...

  • Industry Weekly

    Brittany Rose, Ekoh, Sabriel and Dark Black bring additional Vegas vibes.

  • Industry Weekly

    Frozen beer, flaky potato pancakes and much more await at Palazzo.

  • A&E

    Mount Charleston, a pumpking patch, Floyd Lamb Park and more.

  • Dining

    The Mexican Sloppy Jose is a zesty gut-buster, a spicy mélange of chorizo and ground beef contrasted by cool and creamy avocado.

  • Intersection

    The classic, circular Ellis Island sign will be on display at the Neon Museum.

  • Intersection

    A new bridge will connect the train to the main line, so it could technically take you anywhere in the country.

  • Fine Art

    It’s a joy to stroll the gallery and see how each artist interprets the challenge of art with a limited palette.