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Immigration, Black Lives Matter, March for Our Lives, Women’s March—there are more than a few causes on our minds.

Everyday activism: Marches aren't the only places to make your voice heard

June 28th, 2018

Immigration, Black Lives Matter, March for Our Lives, Women’s March—there are more than a few causes on our minds.

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    Dressings, dips and condiments add extra calories, salt, sugar and not-so-good fat. So how do you avoid the extra bulk without your food tasting bland?

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    Fewer than 100 people nationwide are certified as official United States Polo Association instructors. After more than two decades of work in the field, Ismael ...

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    The Hard Rock Hotel version of the Chicago brewery boasts flavors galore.

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    “It’s always been a dream to reach this level.”

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    The mantra is “handmade with love, from scratch, daily,” and you can taste it in every bite.

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    Because who can watch the Super Bowl without a 3-liter bottle of Dom?

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    Adam Sandler returns to the Chelsea and DJ Snake takes over at XS Saturday night.

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    The New York Meatpacking District fave is touted as the only true nightclub along the Fremont Street Experience.

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    Illusions, pyrotechnics and death-defying stunts are on display this week at Paris Las Vegas.

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    Kerry Simon’s younger brother and frequent collaborator is at home in the Downtown restaurant.

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    Maluma and Bad Bunny join Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez and more on this year’s bill.

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    Giving fans what they want has always been the priority for Perry.

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    The new spot at Hexx Kitchen & Bar also offers live music and great views.

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    The violin player and DJ likes to mix it up.

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    The Atlanta-bred MC is back on the Strip this weekend.

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    Mr. 305 brings his Time of Our Lives residency back to the Axis this month.

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    It could be a major spark for a new firestorm of entertainment in Las Vegas.

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    Clique partners Jason “JRoc” Craig and Ryan Labbe are bringing Apex Social Club and Camden Cocktail Lounge into the mix.

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    Yes, he’s the son of Victor Drai, but he’s not the Vegas kid you might be imagining.

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    Tender wrappers, each plumped up to the size of a playing card, swaddle a juicy pork/vegetable blend worthy of being trumpeted on the marquee.

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    La Monja will be a Mexican-style raw bar, while Hatsumi will offer a more elegant experience, focused on traditional robata and irori grilling.

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    Meet the American Red Cross of Southern Nevada and learn about its mission, which goes beyond collecting and providing blood for those in need.

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    From Welshy Arms to The Presets, Hinds to Sofi Tukker

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    Head to the bar for executive chef Mark Andelbradt’s counter-only menu and prepare for a range of explosive flavors.

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    Stick around for The Weeknd, Florence + The Machine and Arcade Fire.

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    He’ll play three times this weekend—at EBC, XS and the Life Is Beautiful festival.

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    Hopes are high for Michigan quartet Greta Van Fleet, which has been riding the buzz train thanks to its unabashed re-creation of 1970s rock.

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    A few tips: Bring a water bottle and keep it filled, wear earplugs and be ready to deviate from your itinerary.

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    You come from the music, but you leave talking just as much about the food.

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    He just put the finishing touches on his next album and will likely tease new tracks at the festival and at Marquee.

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