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Think Vanessa Carlton with a dash of Feist.

Best Local Singer-songwriter: Kristina Antuna

May 27th, 2010

Think Vanessa Carlton with a dash of Feist.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    This local trio should have you dancing.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    Hendee's work exemplifies the intellectual heft thriving in pockets of Las Vegas.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    MexicanMike and Tate are here!

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    Hello Vegas’ dark side.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    Running a contemporary art gallery in Las Vegas is no easy feat.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    Bissonette inspires viewers to question comfort and stability.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    Don’t let Criss Angel’s magic misdirect you.

  • 2010 Vegas' Best A&E

    Homey indie-folk.

  • A&E

    “Las Vegas has truly become the world’s restaurant capital,” said celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. “Las Vegas has the best collection of celebrity restaurants and chefs of any city in the world.”

  • Business

    They fly into McCarran International Airport with their credit cards, their luggage and their plans to enjoy the type of fun only Las Vegas can offer. But with them arrives a risk to us — invisible, yet potentially just as dangerous as the weapons that the airport security system is designed to detect. The threat is an outbreak of contagious disease like Ebola, and Las Vegas is more vulnerable to it than ...

  • Nightlife

    We all know that Oscar Goodman likes his gin martinis, but what about Carolyn?

  • Nightlife

    Plus, Jason Strauss hints at new Tao Group venues.

  • Film

    Having exhausted police and crime stories in LA, David Ayer tackles the unrelenting intensity of WW2 tank warfare.

  • Features

    How to ... Find your spirit cheese! Break an apple with your bare hands! Make the perfect mixtape! Speak teen! Our guide to becoming a more awesome you.

  • Music

    The former Van Halen singer will celebrate his birthday by rocking with his friends Downtown.

  • Dining

    It was like Disneyland, only with a beautiful burnt ends burrito.

  • Nightlife

    Leave it to Las Vegas nightlife to devise a way to throw pool parties in the winter.

  • Food

    This pasta dish has a lighter touch but doesn't scale back the flavor.

  • Food

    The Chicago takeover continues with this fiery new Chinese restaurant.

  • Entertainment

    Jenna Marbles knows what your eyebrows mean.

  • Food

    Don't know how to attack the buffet? Let us show you the way.

  • Dining

    There’s plenty of variety here, different styles of fried rice, bowls and sushi, along with salads and appetizers.

  • As We See It

    Millionaire Chess: What happens when the "ancient sport" moves its pieces onto the Strip?

  • Nightlife

    You don't have to sacrifice craft for what tourists crave at the Monte Carlo watering hole.

  • As We See It

    From discounts on ceremonies to matching bands, lucrative promos are being offered to LGBTQ couples wishing to wed.

  • Features

    Some drinks stick with you—for their unexpected brilliance, their sheer decadence or their downright strangeness.

  • Nightlife

    Also, an "Adult Halloween Bash" at the Sheri's Ranch brothel. Yes, brothel.

  • Site Feature

    Some pits are fueled by natural gas or propane. Others can burn wood but use common sense: avoid burning on windy days because of blowing embers, and if you envelop your neighbor with smoke, you may be subject to a nuisance complaint or find the fire department rolling up to your house, thanks to a worried neighbor.