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- Albert Watson’s new photography book captures Vegas’ offbeat side
- The 300-plus-page project showcases the beauty in the Valley’s working stiffs, empty lots and damp corners. read article
- The men who inspired ‘The Defenders’ on TV are living the legal dream
- Sorry, Glen Lerner! Las Vegas attorneys Michael Cristalli and Marc Saggese have the ultimate commercial—a CBS drama ... read article
- A few words with the longtime host of NPR’s ‘Weekend Edition Sunday’
- Liane Hansen, host of NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, is in the middle of a two-part series on the Las Vegas economy. more
- Sex research is alive and going well, even if the actual sex isn’t
- For Dr. Debby Herbenick, the study of sex goes way beyond the bedroom. more
- Will this season’s gingerbread houses show trouble on a tiny scale?
- With the city of Henderson accepting gingerbread house submissions for its WinterFest Celebration, the question remains whether artists will burst beyond the fantasy of the ... more
- A new reality for Rick Dale of ‘American Restoration’
- Early last year, local antiques restorer had had enough. more
- Why the sudden changes at the Review-Journal may be a very, very bad thing
- The more I think about it, the more I worry. more
- My Chuck Taylors are better than your Chuck Taylors
- Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Stars are the ultimate pedal equalizer. more
- Dinosaurs and Roses is expanding the notion of what’s possible with a nonprofit thrift store
- They doesn’t sell fossils or fresh flowers, but it does hock thousands of household items typical of thrift stores, as well as something customers might ... more
- What’s your least favorite holiday?
- Whatta YOU think? The Weekly wants to know. more
- Thinking about trigger-happy cops, Manny Pacquiao and more
- Also, we admit we’re anxiously awaiting for the return of Britney. more
- Random photo of the week
- Submitted by Aaron Thomas more
- Dream Zone: ‘suddenly she was gone’
- I have been having a lot of dreams about the woods or firewood lately. more
- Hot Spots: Bam, beats a benefit and more
- Go party now before the tryptophan coma takes over next week. more
- 150 bottles of rum on the wall
- 150 varieties of rum? In one room? Yo-ho, yo-ho, a pirate’s life for me! Plus: 3 specialty cocktail recipes! more
- Nite Bite: Dance party on Fremont Street!
- Ever stroll down Fremont Street and think, “Man, that big-ass screen would be so cool for a dance party!”? more
- The “Vatican of saloons”: P.J. Clarke’s brings old-world bar charm to Vegas
- Don’t you dare ask for a frou-frou frozen drink… more
- Nightlife news & notes: Reality shows, Godskitchen goes, beer for pong flows
- Two new Vegas nightlife shows start filming, Thursdays at Vanity go bye-bye and beer pong! more
- Let the holiday cocktails begin!
- Your favorite shopping outlets are already gearing up for the holidays. So why not do the same with your cocktails? more
Arts & Entertainment
- Painting with fire at Trifecta gallery
- The level of detail is breathtaking, especially given that all of the paintings are made with fire. more
- Five things I wrote in my notebook during The Hold Steady show
- Stage right cries out for Franz Nicolay’s newsboy cap and handlebar mustache… more
- Seek absolution with Las Vegas Little Theatre’s ‘Doubt’
- John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt won just about every award it could when it debuted in 2004, and it’s easy to see why. more
- Silverton celebrates Movember with its Mustachio Bashio
- Movember is here, and you know what that means! Time to celebrate the ‘stache! more
- Hear the drama of Tchaikovsky at the Las Vegas Philharmonic
- The Las Vegas Philharmonic presents the second installment of its Masterworks series with special guest Laura Liu. more
- A welcome opportunity in a city with no art museum
- Las Vegas receives a welcome concession for those hoping to hold a conversation about art history, masterworks, techniques and symbolism. more
- Fall in Vain tops final three foes to finish first in Rock the Roof battle
- Diablo’s Rock the Roof battle of the bands finale shook up the Strip with diverse sounds and an unexpected outcome last Friday night. more
- GoldBoot was made for dancin’
- Former members of defunct local band America Yeah have returned to the scene with a new endeavor. more
- The launch of Southern Nevada’s Literary Arts Council
- Writers tend not to be social people, but stereotypes be damned! more
- Coffeetable ‘Lost’
- The Lost Encyclopedia’s a solid way to revisit people and places you’ve long forgotten about. more
- Forget daubing blue-hairs; this bingo hall is packed with hipsters
- They call it Underground Rebel Bingo Club, but it’s listed on the marquee at the Las Vegas Hilton as we drive up Friday night. more
- Where to go and what to watch this week
- This week we’ve got UNLV hoops, burning witches and one of the best movies of the year. more
- ‘Harry Potter’ series starts winding up with ‘Deathly Hallows’
- The Harry Potter series finally kicks the plot into high gear. more
- A look at the most memorable supporting roles in ‘Harry Potter’
- The Harry Potter franchise is full of colorful supporting characters who add to the tapestry of the movies’ world. Here’s a look at some of ... more
- ‘The Next Three Days’ is full of agonizing details
- Days takes what should be a rousing thriller and turns it into a plodding bore. more
- ‘Fair Game’ makes middling drama from real-life headlines
- Not every big scandal should be a movie, people. more
- ‘Cool It’ fights propaganda with more propaganda
- Ondi Timoner’s lively documentary Cool It, about Danish global-warming skeptic Bjorn Lomborg, is really no less alarmist and biased than Al Gore’s influential lecture. more
- Q&A: John Curtas, co-author of Las Vegas’ new restaurant guide
- What happens when three food critics get together and try to pick the city’s 50 best restaurants?
- Send me to ... Bob Taylor's Ranch House
- Who goes to lunch way out here?
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Chickarina soup
- Check out Lavo chef John DeLoach’s Italian wedding soup.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Orchard salad
- This Thanksgiving, try a flavorful orchard salad from Serendipity.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Roasted organic turkey
- This year, plan your Thanksgiving dinner using recipes from notable local chefs.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Grilled salmon
- For friends who don’t dig on poultry, Marche Bacchus serves up a tasty fish dish.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Chorizo and roasted jalapeno stuffing
- Go for some Mexican flavor with this spicy stuffing.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Pumpkin mashed potatoes
- Put Halloween pumpkins to use in this tasty Thanksgiving side dish.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Butternut squash dumplings
- They sound fancy, but butternut squash dumplings will wow your guests without wasting your time.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Cranberry-orange relish
- The holiday staple gets a flavorful facelift thanks to fresh ginger, star anise and orange juice.
- A very Vegas Thanksgiving menu: Gingerbread crème brulee
- Botero pastry chef Sara Steele shares her holiday dessert recipe.
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- CD review: Kanye West 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'
- Judging from his news coverage, you’d think that all he does is make ill-considered political statements, interrupt awards shows and shop for new bathroom fixtures.
- CD review: My Chemical Romance 'Danger Days'
- Just when it looked like My Chemical Romance couldn’t top 2006’s The Black Parade, here comes Danger Days.
- 'Escape the Fate' might make the band more famous, but it won’t ...
- This album proves they have what it takes to make it to the top; it’s unlikely, however, that they’ll have anything worthwhile to contribute once they get there.
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Cocktail of the Week
Nov 22, 2010
by Deanna Rilling
Moe-hee-toe. Sounds like summer, right? In an effort to ignore the slowly chilling weather, we cast an eye toward a light, refreshing beverage, available year-round at Town Square’s Caña Tapas ...