Arts & Entertainment
As Prince’s zoot-suited rival, Drew James’ Morris Day is all swagger and ego.
The right venue can take a professional wrestling event to the next level.
Every Friday and Saturday night at The Dispensary, the video-poker machines fall silent and blue notes fill the air.
Though he’s been rapping since he was 16, the 33-year-old has only recently started giving his music a serious push.
The DLVEC's amped-up entertainment calendar this year has solidified the space as a venue to be reckoned with.
The whimsical arrangements of various styles combined with theatrical storytelling lyricism are what make the band stand out.
Stop saying this town doesn’t have culture. Just stop. And go read Settlers + Nomads.
The Second City alum refreshes the male revue concept with a wit and intelligence that we didn’t know we needed with our six-packs until now.
UNLV’s newly named Barrick Museum of Art can proudly flaunt its assets.
For the past two years, vibrant pussies have been popping up—and these kittens have claws.
Bottle service and hors d’oeuvres upon arrival at the concert venue—check.
Flipping those lights back on would make for a fine welcome to the southern end of the Arts District.
One might leave the event so aligned they can feel the curvature of the earth.
The collective résumé of the performers in "Baz—Star Crossed Love" is nothing short of damn impressive.
The Backstreet Boys’ Planet Hollywood residency is exactly what its title says.
Limited engagements often don’t get the same promotional love as Strip resident acts, but AEG is changing that.
When you want a taste of sometimes obscure, The Bunkhouse Saloon is an easy winner.
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