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Best in Print

September 15-September 21
Best in PrintBoom or busk, Fremont Street’s performers work hard for the money
Why not take a part-time job at Starbucks? They simply can’t. read article
Best in PrintQ&A with Christopher Baughman, Metro detective and author
He’s seen more than his fair share of gritty crime scenes and broken lives, some of which ... read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionSeeing erotica in everything … even shoplifting
What makes for good erotica? Lynn Comella gets some answers. more
Thinking about 9/11, Mexican Independence Day and more
Also, contemplating the awesomeness of rain. more
The IntersectionSlutWalk Las Vegas sends a powerful anti-rape message
The evening’s motto: “What happens in Vegas still requires consent.” more
The IntersectionNeon Museum isn’t receiving Mob Museum-style support
The Mob Museum’s price tag is at $42 million now. Why isn’t the Neon Museum getting that kind of cash? more
The IntersectionLas Vegas Rat Pack wins big in Gay Softball World Series
The local team went all the way, even with only being sanctioned by the NAGAAA for two seasons. more
The IntersectionConversation starters: From Chris Christie to the Sbyke
Also, a town in England is up in arms over a Vegas comparison. more
The IntersectionInsurgo Theater’s new Plaza digs are swell, and so is the acting
The new theater is as intimate as the old Bastard Theater in New Orleans Square, with a few upgrades, including an elevated stage and a ... more
The IntersectionA look at the religious affiliations of four GOP presidential contenders
The candidates for the Republican nomination are all over the religious map! more
The IntersectionTrying to nab cabbies who long-haul fares isn’t easy
How much did your last cab fare cost? There’s a chance it could have been less. more
The IntersectionOhming on the Strip at the Wanderlust yoga festival
Weekly editor Sarah Feldberg recaps a Wanderlust yoga session with Anusara yoga founder John Friend. more

Nightlife

NightlifeAvicii discusses EDC, Sweden’s secret and superstar mentors
The rising star DJ also answers a question submitted on The Weekly‘s Facebook page. more
NightlifeBlush Boutique Nightclub says goodbye
The petite Wynn Las Vegas Nightclub recently shut its doors after being in business for four years. more
NightlifeFind a great happy hour at Chinatown’s Zizzy
Are you a fan of soju? Then Zizzy’s is especially for you. more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: Mexican Independence Day and more
Also, Lake Las Vegas’ floating nightclub opens. more
NightlifeHot Spots: Diddy, Rupert Grint and more
Also, an early St. Patrick’s Day celebration at McFadden’s. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentArden Myrin: Straight outta Little Compton
Arden Myrin, the comedian known for appearing on ‘MadTV’ and ‘Chelsea Lately,’ performs at the Palms. more
Arts and EntertainmentEat yourself silly at the San Gennaro Feast
Pass the cannelloni and cannoli. more
Arts and EntertainmentNew sports betting show ‘The Linemakers’ isn’t speaking Greek
New Friday program features knowledgeable Nevada insiders. more
Arts and EntertainmentInsurgo Theater’s new Plaza digs are swell, and so is the acting
The new theater is as intimate as the old Bastard Theater in New Orleans Square, with a few upgrades, including an elevated stage and a ... more
Arts and EntertainmentCrossroads at House of Blues serves up soul food and soulful arts
Crossroads looks like a secret lair designed by fictional hero Huckleberry Finn and folk art icon Jean Dubuffet. And the bluesy mood is everywhere. more
Arts and Entertainment5 thoughts from Thievery Corporation’s Cosmo show
The air alternately smells of campfire, incense, weed and steak. more
Arts and EntertainmentThe poster-art circus is in town at Trifecta Gallery
This traveling exhibition features a selection of original posters designed by some of the most gifted lowbrow artists of the last two decades. more
Arts and EntertainmentLady Antebellum is the most popular boring band in America
The group’s third album, Own the Night is the musical equivalent of a throw pillow. more
Arts and EntertainmentCD review: Das Racist
Relax is playful, adventurous and way better than it has any right to be. more
Arts and EntertainmentWhere go, what to see and what to watch this week
A memorable fight, a great band and a fantastic television show more
Arts and EntertainmentNew sports betting show ‘The Linemakers’ isn’t speaking Greek
New Friday program features knowledgeable Nevada insiders. more

Screen

ScreenFilm review: ‘Senna’
Documentary ‘Senna’ will likely appeal only to his fans more
ScreenFilm review: ‘Amigo’
John Sayles’ ‘Amigo’ takes a while to get where it’s going, but ultimately it’s worth the trip more
ScreenDrive’ is a stylistic, memorable thriller
Remember those ‘80s action movies? Then you’ll probably enjoy ‘Drive’ more
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Taste

Peruvian pursuits at Che Inka Chicken Grill
TasteDecorations seem familiar, as does the strangely happy chicken mascot …
Send me to ... The Kitchen
TasteYour new destination for a serious sandwich.
Beau Monde is baking in the (gluten) free world
TasteEven if you can’t eat gluten, you can have cupcakes, brownies, coffee cake and more.

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CD Cover Lady Antebellum is the most popular boring band in America
The group's third album, Own the Night is the musical equivalent of a throw pillow.
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CD Cover CD review: Das Racist
Relax is playful, adventurous and way better than it has any right to be.
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CD Cover CD review: The Horrible Crowes' 'Elsie'
The Horrible Crowes' debut is impressive stuff.
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The Making of Oscar

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  • The Making of Oscar
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  • Miss Nevada USA 2011 Sarah Chapman
  • Burlesque Photo Shoot
  • A Crowd of Small Adventures
  • Rhyme N Rhythm

Featured Cocktail

Cocktail of the Week Aug 2, 2011
by Erin Ryan

Is that a beer in your cocktail?

Drinkers often draw a line between beer and booze, but they’re seriously missing out. Case in point: Bellagio’s Summer Shandy, a beer-based cocktail by award-winning mixologist Matthew Myers. After years ...
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