Su Limbert: Forevermore @ Trifecta Gallery

Su Limbert: Forevermore @ Trifecta Gallery

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Su Limbert is no stranger to the Las Vegas art scene. After successful runs at Blackbird Studios, The CAC, and Cosmopolitan's P3 Studio in a handful of years, she's come into her own in manners of craft and aesthetic. It's the whimsical spirit of her work, however, that completes the package. That spirit is evident […]

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Las Vegas Artists’ Trip to Torrence Art Museum

Las Vegas Artists’ Trip to Torrence Art Museum

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Last Friday a swath of Las Vegas' finest migrated to the Torrence Art Museum in the hinterlands of Los Angeles. Sam McMackin of Vast Space Projects led a group of artists that presented their work amongst many of the best that the West Coast had to offer, with surprising results. The photo essay below is courtesy […]

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The Las Vegas Weekend – August 14th

The Las Vegas Weekend – August 14th

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Not sure what to do with your weekend? We've got you covered. Every Thursday we bring you the happenings going on all over the Valley. If you have an event that you’d like to see on this list, please submit it to our community calendar here! Thursday We’re all sad to see Trifecta Gallery go next January. […]

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Biking in Las Vegas

Biking in Las Vegas

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I was at a party a few months ago when a friend announced: “I wish I were the type of person that rode a bike everywhere.” I thought that was kind of a weird thing to say. Lots of people ride bikes. So many that I struggled to characterize even a basic “type,” let alone […]

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Public Art @ Zappos Campus

Public Art @ Zappos Campus

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It's almost been a year since online shoe retailer Zappos took up new digs inside the old City Hall Building downtown. Unless you work there, you might not realize that there's a lot more going on inside the brutalist-designed structure than selling shoes.  On a recent Friday, Culture Curator Brian Paco Alvarez gave me a tour […]

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The Las Vegas Weekend – August 7th

The Las Vegas Weekend – August 7th

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Not sure what to do with your weekend? We've got you covered. Every Thursday we bring you the happenings going on all over the Valley. If you have an event that you’d like to see on this list, please submit it to our community calendar here! Thursday Remember Chromeo?  10 years after the quirky single "Needy Girl," […]

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Las Vegas Film Festival 2014: Day 4, three full-length features

Las Vegas Film Festival 2014: Day 4, three full-length features

The Las Vegas Film Festival's Saturday lineup was packed with some of the best cinema vthat  the five-day schedule had to offer. We caught three full-length films that ran the gamut from crazy to contemplative: Heaven Adores You A feature-length documentary several years in the making, Heaven Adores You chronicles the  life of musician Elliott Smith. The […]

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Las Vegas Film Festival 2014: Day 3, The Infinite Man

Las Vegas Film Festival 2014: Day 3, The Infinite Man

The Infinite Man was Las Vegas Film Festival's Friday night centerpiece. The film is set at an abandoned motel somewhere in South Australia and features a cast of three. It includes actual time travel, but the focus is a man's quest to reconstruct the perfect anniversary weekend. This device is a cool way of examining the nature of interpersonal […]

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Las Vegas Film Festival 2014: Day 2, What Will These Kids Do Next? and the Paradoxical Slavic Fem

Las Vegas Film Festival 2014: Day 2, What Will These Kids Do Next? and the Paradoxical Slavic Fem

by Becky Bosshart. Las Vegas Film Festival Day 2, The afternoon: One of the most interesting things about watching a student showcase at a film festival is seeing how young directors make do with what they have: inexpensive props, simple tech, public-land settings, and neonate actors who can’t stop smiling while reciting their rather inane lines. […]

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Las Vegas Film Festival 2014, Day 1 Recap

Las Vegas Film Festival 2014, Day 1 Recap

The Las Vegas Film Festival took a big step this year by moving to new digs downtown at Inspire Theater. I hadn't been in a few years. When it was held at The Hilton and then LVH, it always seemed a bit awkward. Maybe it was the LVH itself because the festival has really come into its […]

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