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The Homeless Fall Through Digital Divide

By Soni Brown

One unintended consequence of an increasingly digital society is the impact it’s having on the homeless.

Seven Days

Supercross, Spring Jamboree and More

By Bob Whitby

Plus, Clark County Library airs a powerful documentary, Henderson hosts an art festival, and Springs Preserve rolls out its Art.Write.Now.Tour.


Vegas Strip Clubs See Tough Times

By Al Mancini

While a trip to a strip club remains an integral part of many Vegas experiences, the industry ain’t what it used to be.


BeGlammed Gives Vegas Seven Writer a Drag Queen Makeover

By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

Hair and makeup artists appeared with their boxes of tricks (literally boxes. On wheels.) and took me from zero to fierce in an hour.

The Deal

Gambler Bonuses, Strip Club Lunch

By Anthony Curtis

Spearmint Rhino still has an unbeatable lunch special.


The R-J’s Paper Credibility Leaves With John L. Smith

The former 'Review-Journal' editor hangs up his hat due to the paper's shaky ethics system.

Character Study

Kindness Lives On With the Josh Stevens Foundation

By Genevie Durano

A family’s tragedy and a father’s love starts a movement.

Green Felt Journal

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Green Felt Journal

What 2016 Holds for Gaming

By David G. Schwartz

So what will 2016 hold for the Las Vegas gaming-tourism complex? Change for certain, although the nature of that change won’t be clear until it’s upon us.

The Deal

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The Deal

Lotto Fever

By Anthony Curtis

By the time you read this, the world-record Powerball lottery drawing will have taken place and either someone is figuring out what to do with a $1.3 billion prize, or we’re all getting set for an even bigger drawing this weekend.