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Jan. 30, 7:30p. One of the world’s most acclaimed, award-winning composer/songwriters, Bacharach helped define the music of the 20th and...
Jan. 31, 8p. Grammy Award-winning classical guitarist Scott Tennant and UNLV professor and award-winning guitarist Ricardo Cobo join together...
Dec. 5-Jan. 31. The entire gallery becomes a giant chocolate factory of sorts, with pieces themed around the beloved children’s book...
by Scott Dickensheets | posted November 3, 2014
by Geoff Schumacher & Scott Dickensheets | posted August 6, 2014
Baby, it's hawt outside
by Scott Dickensheets | posted July 10, 2014
by Andrew Kiraly | posted June 12, 2014
by Staff | posted May 12, 2014
Since The Sunday, the fledgling weekly from the Greenspun Media Group, debuted in February, one element has been constant amid its sometimes-baffling design, sometimes-gripping journalism (Ed Komenda's excellent report on Bundyville; Jackie Valley's package on heroin): a graphic on the cover touting the value of the coupons within. This week's whopping total: $2,339!* But has every week been so coupontastic? We unleashed the full nutrient-rich, protein-packed, slightly mathy mojo of I, Charticus to find out:
* Of course, of that $2,339 value, $2,000 of it is accounted for by a single coupon, for a dental service offering a discount on braces.
by Heidi Kyser & Andrew Kiraly | posted March 26, 2014
Each spring, in the name of bikini bodies, people take with renewed enthusiasm to the gyms, roads and trails of our hallowed Valley. This annual fitness ritual has taken a silly turn in recent years with the advent of the mob event, which seems to assign equal privilege to burpees and beer-drinking. What will this year’s fad be? Mix and match elements from the three columns below to find your perfect spring competition!
POP-CULTURE PHENOM | ENTERTAINMENT FORM | FITNESS EVENT
Zombie burlesque 5k
Color barre 10k
Glow circus obstacle course
Mud clown -athlon
Iron pole dance boot camp
Bubble bumper car MMA
Speed-dating rave marathon
Craft beer festival death dome
On unlawful seizures
by Andrew Kiraly & Scott Dickensheets | posted March 12, 2014
Regarding recent news from Boulder City
by Andrew Kiraly | posted February 18, 2014
by Andrew Kiraly | posted February 5, 2014
Analysis of prospects for a downtown arena
by Andrew Kiraly | posted January 23, 2014
Readers polled, their obscure answers examined
by Scott Dickensheets | posted January 14, 2014
In an online readers’ poll for February’s upcoming Best of the City issue, we harnessed the awesome power of the Internet to ask you about the valley’s best burgers, best sushi, the best thing about Henderson (it wasn't the sushi) and so forth. And we tossed in a bonus question: The Best! Thing! Ever! In Las Vegas. Because who doesn't want to know that? These are the results we're concerning ourselves with here.
Now, ever is a pretty long time, but many of you rose to that challenge, nominating stalwart features such as the Strip, our groovy weather, all the great dining and the arts scene downtown. Hard to quibble with those selections (more about those in the issue itself). A few of you, on the other hand, offered more … inscrutable suggestions. Below, in handy chart form, we note a few of these offbeat answers and try to parse the mind-set from which they emerged.
Note: Yeah, we know “horn hi yo” is some kind of obscure craps reference. Still sounds like randomly generated syllables to us.
Look for more orthodox survey results in the February Desert Companion, coming out soonish.
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