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As We See It

Artists (and non-artists) gather monthly for some cocktails and creativity at the anti-art school establishment.

A tale of two Dr. Sketchy’s drawing nights: Las Vegas and Boulder City

October 1st, 2014

Artists (and non-artists) gather monthly for some cocktails and creativity at the anti-art school establishment.

  • “It is not being proposed to teach in kindergarten. Not even close. We would never be discussing that.”

  • Her legendary character will be featured on some Bally slot machines.

  • An audience member is now suing Rod Stewart for an incident involving a soccer ball blow to the nose.

  • “[J]ust like any startup,” Hsieh wrote, “[DTP] has gone through the same range of ups and downs that we went through at Zappos—just twice as ...

  • This is a collage of decadence, greed, and missing leadership.

  • One source said the cuts directly hit non-revenue-generating entities—the Learning Village, music programs and the Window at the Ogden.

  • "So help me God" can now be omitted from the Air Force Oath of Enlistment, but we still have a long way to go.

  • Wynn's five-day Diamond Extravagance party package includes a first dance choreographed by Le Rêve performers and more.

  • The Dot-Vegas gods want you to think their crappy real estate is the next Fifth Avenue. ... It’s not Fifth Avenue. It’s Siberia.

  • The South Beach-based brand recently took over Mandalay Bay's TheHotel boutique tower.

  • It's like Cash Cab, but at 10,000 feet.

  • Dancers from around the globe turned the silver stalk into a workout apparatus, an artistic canvas and a wow-inducing theatrical prop.

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    He's got some pretty strong feelings about the ice bucket challenge, too.

  • A&E

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    It's about more than the cut. It's camaraderie, indulgence, relaxation and debate—and it leaves you thinking, damn, I look good.

  • A&E

    "I figured we’d make something, and at worst it would be better than Project Runway."

  • Dining

    The chef closed his landmark Fleur de Lys restaurant in San Francisco earlier this year.

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  • Dining

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  • Nightlife

    From hot buttered rum to apple ciders with a kick, the social space's hot drinks are the perfect hand warmers.

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    Debuting Smith Galtney's new pop-culture column, Cultural Attachment.

  • Dining

    The popular LA burger joint and the new Asian concept from José Andrés are the most approachable eateries at the new Strip casino.

  • Nightlife

    Also, a beer fest at Cosmo and Artifice puts on a Pride Prom.

  • Nightlife

    The Downtown bar partnered with nearby O Face Doughnuts for the new dessert cocktail.

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    From Taste of the Nation to LuckyRice to Foodie Fest, get ready to get full this month.