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This year marks the Insomniac-produced festival's ninth in Las Vegas, and while there were some big logistical changes this year—a larger footprint and additional interactive art, to name two—perhaps the most noticeable difference came from the attendees themselves.

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May 18th, 2019

This year marks the Insomniac-produced festival's ninth in Las Vegas, and while there were some big logistical changes this year—a larger footprint and additional interactive art, to name two—perhaps the most noticeable difference came from the attendees themselves.

  • Nightlife

    “I’m lucky to get to go to Vegas, because you can play every genre there, and I get to go out of the box that ...

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    As far as they know, they’re the first “openly married” prostitutes to work together in Nevada’s 20 legal brothels scattered across rural parts of the ...

  • Dining

    The local tavern group has purchased six Putter's bars and has already opened five.

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    While owning office space isn’t something that all small-practice medical professionals are in a position to do, the idea is becoming more popular in the ...

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    We’ve all seen pictures of fascinating outfits at Burning Man or the Electric Daisy Carnival and wondered where they came from and whether we could ...

  • NewsAllSports

    The Aces are back for their second season in Las Vegas after narrowly missing the playoffs in 2018, and no WNBA team appears more poised ...

  • MusicFeaturedEDC

    The logistics behind the stages are so in-depth, planning for EDC 2020 has already started.

  • Dining

    “I’m always thinking—and encouraging my teams to do so as well—about what’s next. Distinguished dining, stellar service, excellent wine and whiskey—these things will never go ...

  • Dining

    There’s some local flair, too. The mural on the outside of the restaurant—layered with sugar skulls, flora and fauna—is the creation of Vegas-based art collective ...

  • Music

    “She literally started in Vegas,” says Roots leader Questlove. “Her very first gigs were in 1974 with her brothers. For it to come around [like ...

  • Dining

    Head brewer Eddie Leal, a Gordon Biersch and Steelhead Brewery alum with an infectious laugh, has been overhauling his menu to accompany the casino’s heralded ...

  • MusicFeaturedEDC

    The fest regularly brings some of electronic music’s best-known names to Vegas, but the undercard is also stacked with talent. Here are 13 acts to ...

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    Carrie Hogan launched her farmers markets nine years ago, after seeing the movie “Food Inc.” She says the documentary film changed her perspective on the ...

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    “Multi-color sequined bags, alien-shaped backpacks [and] fun-colored drawstring bags are all very popular. We suggest something like this, because no one wants to lug around ...

  • Music

    “I like rehearsing; I always did. It keeps me connected to a philosophy and ethic I have from when I started out as a teenager. ...

  • Stage

    “It’s a tough role vocally,” Traci Kesisian says of the Witch. Belting out songs in an “old, ugly witch voice” while physically hunched over is ...

  • Nightlife

    His off-the-wall style and humor are on display in the new video for his tech house-ish track “Horse,” which captivated Skrillex enough to snag the ...

  • Nightlife

    Jenna Palmer, Projekt X, VAVO and DJ Capello splash down at the Flamingo.

  • Arts & EntertainmentMusicFeatured

    MsEasy advises partiers visit the revamped Downtown EDC to see the fest’s new concepts, like a drag bar with live drag queen performances. She also ...

  • A&E

    She's ready to get back on the court and reconnect with Las Vegas: "I love being in the community, being there for people to lean ...

  • MusicFeaturedEDC

    “For the festival this year, we’ve got some people who are really at the top of their game: Eats Everything, Fisher, Patrick Topping, Mason Maynard ...