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Best in Print

February 28-March 6
Best in PrintFive independent boutiques shaping the Las Vegas look
Explore the fashion forces driving our culture with these local trendsetters. read article
Best in PrintWhy I love Project Runway. And no, I will not turn in my ‘man card’
I’m a married man in my mid-30s. I write about food for a living. read article
Best in PrintHi-Rollers Barber Shop
As I wait for my turn in the chair, a regular drops off a bottle of whiskey ... read article
Las Vegas Weekly Current Issue

The Intersection

The IntersectionSign of the times: A slow shift at CityCenter
MGM Resorts is focusing on Aria and moving away from CityCenter’s original plans. more
In Brief: Def Leppard drummer’s art, beer at the movies and more
Also, MGM Resorts has its very own Healthy Eating mobile app. For your health. more
The IntersectionJoe Downtown: 36 Downtown developments you should know about
It’s been just over two years since Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh announced the movement of his headquarters from Henderson to Downtown. In that time, Downtown ... more
The IntersectionHackerspace’ Syn Shop offers a creative outlet for kids and adults
Lots of cool toys and collaborative efforts are going down at Syn Shop. more
The IntersectionFor Scale the Strat climbers, it’s 1,455 stairs or bust
The heart-pumping, hard-breathing benefit race returns March 2. more
The IntersectionThe Garden of Dreams is not where you think it is
Palm Downtown Mortuary and Cemetery dedicates a civil rights monument. more
The IntersectionGold fever: Breaking down a recluse’s secret stash
Carson City’s Walter Samaszko Jr. left behind quite a bit of gold when he died last year. more
The IntersectionPin Up’ girl: Chatting with Playmate of the Year and new Strip star Claire Sinclair
21-year-old Claire Sinclair is the star of a sexy new show at the Stratosphere. more
The IntersectionHigh school kids are the worst
When it’s state basketball tournament time, anything can be turned into a taunt. more

Nightlife

NightlifeHot Spots: Will.i.am at XS, Cee Lo at Chateau and more
Also, Ghostbar launches its new ladies night. more
NightlifeNightlife news & notes: Wet Republic’s remodel, Mayweather’s birthday and more
Also, Mandarin Oriental debuts its new Jazz Sundays program. more
NightlifeMeet three of Pure’s most interesting (Las Vegas) women
They live vicariously—through themselves. more

Arts & Entertainment

Arts and EntertainmentTrust Us: Diving dogs, New York City Ballet, Carrie Underwood and more
Also, Bob Weir plays the Pearl. more
Arts and EntertainmentInternational Sportsmen’s Expo (and World Elk-Calling Championship) returns
The annual event features outdoor activities and vendors. more
Arts and EntertainmentDavid LaChapelle says ‘Please Clean Room’ at Cosmo’s P3 Studio
“Whatever you do, don’t not come in.” more
Arts and EntertainmentCasey Weldon returns to Trifecta Gallery with ‘LOSE+FIND’
The exhibit is quintessential Weldon—impeccable skill matched with a dry sense of humor, wit and a dreamlike, misty air. more
Arts and EntertainmentTwo reporters’ takes on two shows during Comedy Central’s Vegas weekend
Dave Attell and Jim Norton vs. Nick Swardson. more
Arts and EntertainmentSorry, Dante, David Pagel takes it one hotter in ‘10th Circle’ at Vast
But what if hell (in varying degrees) is just a shroud cloaking everything? more
Arts and EntertainmentLVLT’s ‘Closer’ could use some relationship counseling
This version of the play has its moments, but they don’t add up. more
Arts and EntertainmentCD review: Atoms for Peace’s ‘Amok’
Lots of talent, but not much urgency here more
Arts and EntertainmentBook review: ‘Susceptible’
A beautiful book about an ugly experience more
Arts and EntertainmentPunk rock and pastrami: Could a deli be the new all-ages hot spot?
Sometimes the coolest live music spots spring up in the least expected places. more
Arts and EntertainmentLetters Home’ delivers the war from the soldiers’ point of view
The play lands at the Smith Center this weekend. more
Arts and EntertainmentScott Grow’s meteorite sculpture lands at RTZvegas
The piece is complemented by casts made in bronze as well as space-inspired paintings. more

Screen

Screen21 and Over’ plays like a party we’ve been to before
From Project X to Superbad, the all-night party film has been done better. more
ScreenTV review: ‘Vikings’
History, gore and dull exposition. more
ScreenJack the Giant Slayer’ is another mediocre retelling
Can we leave the fairy tales alone already? more
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Taste

Aliante Casino reboots its menu with Bistro 57
TasteIt’s like a coffee shop with European touches.
Three casino coffee shops that rock 24/7
TasteBecause who wants to worry about closing time?
Taking the vibe-dining challenge at Andrea's
TasteHow does music add to a food and cocktail pairing? The Weekly finds out.

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Trent Reznor's side project does not suck
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Lots of talent, but not much urgency here
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CD Cover CD review: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' 'Push the Sky Away'
Perhaps its most appealing aspect is its sense of resignation, with the craggy, soulful Cave often sounding like an omniscient narrator who knows too much about the fate of his ...
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Featured Cocktail

Cocktail of the Week Mar 6, 2013
by Sabrina Chapman

Naughty Strawberry is the honorary cocktail of Cee Lo’s residency

In Hollywood, it’s a star on the Walk of Fame; in New York, it’s a Stage Deli sandwich; and in Vegas, the glory of celebrity glamour is marked by an ...
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