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The best of the arts in galleries, on stages and even in the old Western Hotel.

2014 Fall A&E Guide: Arts & Culture

August 28th, 2014

The best of the arts in galleries, on stages and even in the old Western Hotel.

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    You had us at giant gnomes, Jesse. But, by all means, keep going.

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    “Things are going to move along at a pretty slow rate, but pretty soon we’re going to start seeing art," Patrick Gaffey

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    ‘Organic Study No. 1’ marks a stylistic departure for Luis Varela-Rico

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    An archaic relationship between body and landscape dominates the show at Sin City Gallery

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    Russ’ works are often sexy and fun robust creation.

  • As We See It

    Trifecta Gallery in the Arts District is closing in January. Owner Marty Walsh and her husband Pete plan to move back to Ireland.

  • As We See It

    More than two years after putting the Arts Factory on the market, the longtime owner may have found the right buyers.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Robin Barcus Slonina, owner of Skin City Body Painting is a producer and judge on Skin Wars premiering August 6.

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    Time works in circles, and answers are nonexistent in Yasmina Chavez' Floss & Gravity.

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    Tokyo in Vegas: Vision Collision might come across as Pop Art, but if you stop there, you’ve really missed it.

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    “The whole project is designed to showcase the similarities and the differences, because they’re inseparable,” Caldwell says.

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    Nancy Rubins, Jeff Koons, Frank Stella, Robert Rauschenberg, etc....

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    The Jeff Koons sculpture, bought by Steve Wynn at a Sotheby’s auction for $28.2 million in May, is 6-foot-5 inches, 2,000 pounds of mirror-polished stainless ...

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    Favela, known for his piñata-inspired works in tissue paper and cardboard will be part of State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now.

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    Cuban artist spent six months in prison after protesting censorship by the government.

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    Roadrunners delivers a barbed commentary on the soulless public sculpture currently decorating Valley roadways.

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  • Incidental Tourist

    “We’re not here to build a hotel and move on,” Sam Nazarian said at the pre-opening press conference. “This is who we are. And we’re ...

  • BusinessFeatured

    Like why your favorite place may be the parking garage.

  • As We See It

    MGM's Gold Strike casino in Tunica, Miss., recently opened a nonsmoking area.

  • FeaturedArts & EntertainmentCulture

    Sam Nazarian has created just what he thinks Las Vegas deserves with SLS: A shiny new playground (that locals might be able to afford!).

  • Dining

    The Turkeygiving Burger should be crowned Vegas’ quintessential Thanksgiving-inspired dish.

  • A&E

    From big-name DJs to some awesome live music picks, how to get your party on this LDW.

  • Music

    Outdoor concert should be the first of many at the new Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.

  • SportsPolitics

    Changing the name of the Washington Redskins is going to happen, Reid says.

  • OpinionDining

    Cappuccino, Wasabi Ginger, Mango Salsa or Cheddar Bacon Mac & Cheese? See which flavor rules with the Weekly foodie crew.

  • Dining News

    Also, Showboy Bakeshop plans the Broadway Bake Sale and Sammy's hosts another Social Club dinner.

  • Featured

    Artificial intelligence? Virtual worlds? Sign us up!

  • Music

    The new shows end before some of the old ones started. Really.

  • FeaturedMusic

    "I approach live music as a party, not a concert," says Jason Scoppa, the man behind the venue's design and concept.

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    All the details on this week's concert announcements.

  • Reviews

    From bacon jam to a mysteriously succulent turkey burger, Carson Kitchen is full of surprises.

  • As We See It

    What does the tragic controversy say about officer-involved shootings and our community?

  • Joe Downtown

    After two years of covering the Valley's hottest 'hood, columnist Joe Schoenmann is moving on.

  • NightlifeFeatured

    Every new casino needs a new secret signature drink—an off-menu cocktail for those in the know.

  • OpinionArts & Entertainment

    Do you remember when Henderson got its own Kwik-E-Mart? We do.

  • Film

    If, however, you're looking for the same-old same-old, you'll probably have a great time.