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Weekly Q&A

  • “When you discuss all-American, it’s blond-haired, blue-eyed, plays baseball, apple pie.”

  • “We want to make a name for ourselves as a fashion city. Typically people don’t make that association. Shopping, yes. We want to change that.”

  • “Tourists want to see Frida Kahlo with a monkey on her shoulder.”

  • “Even in areas where we’ve seen marriage equality pass, discrimination still exists. So it’s important for people to still get involved.”

  • The choreographer extraordinaire talks working on Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers, researching for Showgirls and teaching Tom Cruise to spank some air booty in Tropic Thunder.

  • Bernal is the first UNLV soccer player to earn all-conference honors four years in a row and the fourth to be drafted to Major League ...

  • While Toyboxx's gallery will transition into a retail space, it's already functioning as an offbeat forum for new ways to talk—and think—about sex.

  • The Clark High School orchestra director was again named a top-10 finalist for the Grammy Foundation's Music Educator Award.

  • “We would never suggest this is the only burger or the last burger you should have. We just want to make sure Shake Shack makes ...

  • "Flying used to be this fantasy. We’ve realized it. Going to the moon. Going underwater in the deep. But people have yet to get the ...

  • Trifecta owner Marty Walsh closes her Arts Factory space, which became a staple of the arts scene for its consistency and quality, at the end ...

  • If anything, he says he spoils his cats to a fault.

  • 2015 winner Lauren Heaton talks rodeo crowns, riding strange horses and maybe hyperventilating just a little onstage.

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