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From Blue Ribbon Sushi to Vasari to Las Vegas Ballpark and beyond.

Step into Summerlin: Exploring the restaurants, shops and activities in and around the Las Vegas community

June 20th, 2019

From Blue Ribbon Sushi to Vasari to Las Vegas Ballpark and beyond.

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    Learn some of the ways the Writer’s Block, B&C Camera and Kappa Toys keep customers coming back.

  • FeaturedShopping

    Las Vegas Cyclery, Tea & Whisk, Artisanal Foods and more.

  • Music

    The Sahara store will soon relocate to Rainbow Boulevard, just south of Charleston.

  • A&E

    Score boho dresses, bomber jackets and retro tees from Vegas-based vendors.

  • Intersection

    The eventual arrival of an Amazon-sized, non-gaming employer is inevitable, so will we fortify our schools, our infrastructure and our transit?

  • A&E

    From Legos to Leica cameras, you know where to go.

  • Industry Weekly

    NYX has skyrocketed to cult-like status among beauty devotees.

  • Industry Weekly

    It’s about more than the hottest new sneakers and street-fashion trends.

  • Industry Weekly

    The refined, sporty brand finds the edge between casual and cool.

  • A&E

    Find these retail jewels from Buffalo Exchange to Dinosaurs & Roses.

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    From a Sexy Truth or Dare game to the Love Is Art painting kit.

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    This is not the Boulevard of old. It’s not even the Boulevard of two years ago. This longtime Maryland Parkway fixture is refining its focus ...

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    The holiday season has arrived, which means this awful year is almost over. Our annual gift guide is full of fun ideas to cheer you ...

  • Intersection

    The shopping plaza reinforces its mid-century origins, thanks to J Dapper.

  • Intersection

    The three retail/dining destinations have endured more downs than ups, especially when it comes to retaining tenants.

  • As We See It

    Nothing short of a spectacle was expected. The 40-minute left-turn wait on Durango Drive heading to the Las Vegas Ikea was understandable.

  • As We See It

    Thinking of joining Wednesday’s grand-opening crowds—or even queueing up Monday to beat them? You may not have a life, but you do have plenty of ...

  • As We See It

    For just $118.99, you can flaunt a pink, crocheted mermaid tail that comes in both child and adult sizes.

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    Red Rock Canyon is no longer a well-kept secret among hardcore climbers. Since the Great Recession, the conservation area has reported an uptick in visitors ...

  • A&E

    “I’ll be OK, others will relocate, but the opportunity for that synergy in one place? That’s what the city is losing.”

  • Dining

    What to order at the Steamie Weenie, Sausagefest and Dirt Dog.

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    For do-it-yourself furniture hunters with a soft spot for thrifting and refurbing, here are a few antique eras to keep an eye out for and ...

  • A&E

    He’s got massive hit movie musicals under his belt—2012’s ‘Les Misérables’ and 2017’s ‘The Greatest Showman’—and a stack of Playbills reaching back to a 1998 ...

  • Dining

    The southwest eatery’s Black on Black bowl arrives as a beautiful cauldron of egg-based strings, sliced chashu pork, miso-braised ground pork, calamari and bean sprouts. ...

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    The flow of professional sports teams to Las Vegas continues, with another new franchise joining the fray. The Las Vegas Rollers of World TeamTennis began ...

  • Nightlife

    Born in Libya to Albanian parents, Gashi lived with his family in 24 different countries before settling in Brooklyn during the late 1990s. That’s when ...

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    The U.K. duo teamed with Kaskade and rising vocalist Roméo on May track “Go Slow,” demonstrating Gorgon City’s ability to straddle the underground and the ...

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    It’s the dog days of summer, and desert dwellers may be tempted to stay inside until Halloween. But they’d be missing out on some very ...

  • Dining

    Cool down with a Penichillin at the Venetian or a Guava Chi Chi off the Strip.

  • Music

    His new band opens up for one of his original idols, Howard Jones, at the Cannery on July 13.

  • A&E

    Walking through feels like next-level Vegas sensory overload, a colorful carnival of things to touch and play and Instagram.

  • A&E

    Are you ready to step inside a chocolate chip cookie?

  • Music

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

  • Fine Art

    Unraveling Identity at Sahara West Library feels like a public service announcement on sexual and gender diversity.

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    Did you know that Las Vegas is right next door to the largest national recreation area in America? Clocking in at 1.5 million acres with ...

  • A&E

    Take maximum advantage of the opportunities that are arising, Libra.