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  • On Oct. 17, Berry became the first black general of the Nevada National Guard.

    On Oct. 17, Berry became the first black general of the Nevada National Guard.

  • Get the Cinderella experience at the Cosmopolitan.

    Get the Cinderella experience at the Cosmopolitan.

  • Getting on board with Sochi 2014 has not been easy, but these Olympic Games have had their moments.

    Getting on board with Sochi 2014 has not been easy, but these Olympic Games have had their moments.

  • The 'Dome's new attraction boasts a 90-degree drop (!) and lasts 72 seconds.

    The 'Dome's new attraction boasts a 90-degree drop (!) and lasts 72 seconds.

  • With new businesses and areas open, the hotels' Strip-side development is really starting to blossom.

    With new businesses and areas open, the hotels' Strip-side development is really starting to blossom.

  • An HRC director says a lack of training among youth-serving adults is one of the biggest challenges facing LGBTQ children.

    An HRC director says a lack of training among youth-serving adults is one of the biggest challenges facing LGBTQ children.

  • The residence took second place in the U.S. Department of Energy's international Solar Decathlon last year.

    The residence took second place in the U.S. Department of Energy's international Solar Decathlon last year.

  • If Nevada officials aren't defending it in front of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, who is?

    If Nevada officials aren't defending it in front of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, who is?

  • Wanna be a DJ? There's a class you might want to check out...

    Wanna be a DJ? There's a class you might want to check out...

  • Why (and how) 24-year-old prodigy Zedd rose so quickly to the top of the EDM industry.

    Why (and how) 24-year-old prodigy Zedd rose so quickly to the top of the EDM industry.

  • How many phone numbers will three popular nightspots yield?

    How many phone numbers will three popular nightspots yield?

  • And National Margarita Day is this weekend!
  • Also, After is selling T-shirts listing its DJ rules. You know you want one, and so do we.

    Also, After is selling T-shirts listing its DJ rules. You know you want one, and so do we.

  •  It''s "Tight Pants/Body Rolls" for everyone.
  • Can Downtown Project's music guy make the Downtown scene thrive?

    Can Downtown Project's music guy make the Downtown scene thrive?

  • Life after Kim: Does the Pixies' new bassist Paz Lenchatin fill her shoes?

    Life after Kim: Does the Pixies' new bassist Paz Lenchatin fill her shoes?

  • And none of 'em are near a shipping container.

    And none of 'em are near a shipping container.

  • Plus, a 19th century play meets The Night of the Living Dead.

    Plus, a 19th century play meets The Night of the Living Dead.

  • “Ed Sullivan meets Phyllis Diller.”
  • Steve Zahn being irritatingly manic? You don't say.

    Steve Zahn being irritatingly manic? You don't say.

  • His clear-eyed take on familiar thematic ground is anything but monochromatic, making it one of his most sincere projects.

    His clear-eyed take on familiar thematic ground is anything but monochromatic, making it one of his most sincere projects.

  • Reunion album No. 5 ranks with 2012’s 'The Bears for Lunch' as the most wholly satisfying.

    Reunion album No. 5 ranks with 2012’s 'The Bears for Lunch' as the most wholly satisfying.

  • A whole season of love (and other stuff) in a single night in a Manhattan bar.

    A whole season of love (and other stuff) in a single night in a Manhattan bar.

  • It mostly floats by without leaving much trace, leaving you lost in thoughts that have nothing to do with Phantogram

    It mostly floats by without leaving much trace, leaving you lost in thoughts that have nothing to do with Phantogram

  • Writer-director Charlie Stratton sticks close to the events of the novel, but his tone is decidedly skewed, taking a tragic story of guilt and repression and turning it into a campy potboiler.

    Writer-director Charlie Stratton sticks close to the events of the novel, but his tone is decidedly skewed, taking a tragic story of guilt and repression and turning it into a campy potboiler.

  • While it is a little hard to believe that the festival has made it to 10 years, it’s also easy to see how co-founder Lee Lanier and director John LaBonney have put together an event that has grown into a Boulder City institution.

    While it is a little hard to believe that the festival has made it to 10 years, it’s also easy to see how co-founder Lee Lanier and director John LaBonney have put together an event that has grown into a Boulder City institution.

  • This production boasts plenty of showmanship and humor, but not quite as much emotional depth as there should be.

    This production boasts plenty of showmanship and humor, but not quite as much emotional depth as there should be.

  • Sex, drugs and ... purpose.
  • Steve Zahn being irritatingly manic? You don't say.

    Steve Zahn being irritatingly manic? You don't say.

  • A whole season of love (and other stuff) in a single night in a Manhattan bar.

    A whole season of love (and other stuff) in a single night in a Manhattan bar.

  • Writer-director Charlie Stratton sticks close to the events of the novel, but his tone is decidedly skewed, taking a tragic story of guilt and repression and turning it into a campy potboiler.

    Writer-director Charlie Stratton sticks close to the events of the novel, but his tone is decidedly skewed, taking a tragic story of guilt and repression and turning it into a campy potboiler.

  • While it is a little hard to believe that the festival has made it to 10 years, it’s also easy to see how co-founder Lee Lanier and director John LaBonney have put together an event that has grown into a Boulder City institution.

    While it is a little hard to believe that the festival has made it to 10 years, it’s also easy to see how co-founder Lee Lanier and director John LaBonney have put together an event that has grown into a Boulder City institution.

  • A terrific location, a comfortable space and creative culinary ambitions should make D1 the next hot Asian spot.

    A terrific location, a comfortable space and creative culinary ambitions should make D1 the next hot Asian spot.

  • Chef Todd Harrington is making over all the food at this new resort.

    Chef Todd Harrington is making over all the food at this new resort.

  • This new Japanese eatery in the southwest is all about the deep-fried pig.

    This new Japanese eatery in the southwest is all about the deep-fried pig.

  • Sometimes simple fried potatoes deserve the glamorous treatment.

    Sometimes simple fried potatoes deserve the glamorous treatment.