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Jaimie Wilson, Superfruit and Nina Sky are headed to Las Vegas.

Catch these three Pride weekend music acts

October 18th, 2018

Jaimie Wilson, Superfruit and Nina Sky are headed to Las Vegas.

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    The Fremont Street location at the Market remains open seven days a week.

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    The nonprofit recently cut its operating hours and staff salaries to offset funding issues.

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    Flair Nightclub owner Lou Placencia will split his property between the existing dance spot and a new (and bigger) Mary’s

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    International Transgender Day of Visibility celebrates the accomplishments of transgender people while raising awareness about discrimination.

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    Gender Justice Nevada says current protections would not change.

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    The local historian discusses his exhaustively researched account of the queer experience in Las Vegas and elsewhere in the state.

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    Following the closure of the longtime eastside gay nightclub, another quietly opens a few blocks down the street.

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