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Halloween 2008

Have you ever been to a chef’s house for dinner? Pros in the kitchen are off duty when they get home; the last thing someone who sautés for a living wants to do after work is whip up a stir-fry.

Cirque makeover makes for a queen revival

October 30th, 2008

Have you ever been to a chef’s house for dinner? Pros in the kitchen are off duty when they get home; the last thing someone who sautés for a living wants to do after work is whip up a stir-fry.

  • The Playground

    When you were a kid Halloween meant heading to chocolate-coated, caramel nougat town. This year try some of the more chocolates available in Las Vegas. ...

  • Nocturnal Admissions

    As if Las Vegans and tourists needed an excuse to shed their own indentities and become somebody else under the cover of night, Halloween has ...

  • The Playground

    What happens when you give the wardrobe staff from Cirque du Soliel's KA $50 and set them loose in a second hand store a few ...

  • Nocturnal Admissions

    Score big this Halloween: cash and action, not candy corn and Snickers. Our guide will help you pick and choose out of a week stuffed ...

  • Stripped

    Justice had more fun at this year's Fetish and Fantasy Ball than she did in 2005, when her date took ecstasy and wound up needing ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentThe Kats Report BlogAggregate

    Amid chatter about the unsteady future of “Vegas Nocturne” at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. in the Cosmopolitan, an online report posted today says the show is ...

  • As We See It

    “This is my last time. I’m not Cher. At least no one can say I didn’t try.”

  • FeaturedDowntown Las Vegas

    Fremont in photos: Walk a few blocks past the hub of Downtown development, past Container Park; the new, old Atomic Liquors; and the Bunkhouse, preparing ...

  • Joe Downtown

    In June, President Obama singled out Jen McCabe, saying Las Vegas could become the center for “a revolution … in American manufacturing.”

  • A&E

    Considering Las Vegas' sexy Sin City image, how provocative can performance be on Las Vegas Boulevard?

  • Dining

    For chef Stacey Dougan, Simply Pure is the culmination of years spent developing healthy food ideas.

  • Music

    Filling in for the irreplaceable Freddie Mercury, the American Idol alum sounded best on the band's more bombastic tunes.

  • As We See It

    Seeing the sights in Las Vegas, at 33 mph and 50 stories above the Strip.

  • Chef Talk

    "Average is not good enough. Getting up there means you need to take risks, and part of that is being unique."

  • Weekly Q&A

    "That’s the part I probably will miss the most: being at the center of the flame for a red-hot genre."

  • Dining News

    Now there will be east-side and west-side locations where you can find the delicious green eggs and ham flatbread.

  • FeaturedSportsUFC

    From Chris Weidman's elbows to Roy Nelson's chin, Weekly puts together a UFC Frankenfighter.

  • Dining

    Even the fresh poke in Hawaii couldn't hang with the best stuff at our local favorite.

  • As We See It

    Showgirls not only sing and dance, they also get sawed in half by magicians, have sharp instruments hurled at them by knife-throwers and swing from ...

  • As We See It

    The new Main Street store will have an updated industrial look—and your used jeans, of course.

  • As We See It

    Gary and Sheldeen Haleamau are the recipients of the 2015 Nevada Heritage Award.

  • Reviews

    Las Vegas is a hotbed of creative Japanese cuisine, and Cocokala is a welcome addition.