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The Weekly gets its first taste of the new brew.

Stone Brewing brings back Ruination with a 2.0 double IPA

The Weekly gets its first taste of the new brew.

  • Readers' Choice

    Our 2020 Bud Bracket winner is Face on Fire from Fleur.

  • Issues

    After one of the most hotly anticipated nightlife debuts in recent history, KAOS officially reigns in Las Vegas.

  • Issues

    There are important distinctions between HOAs that accompany stand-alone homes and HOAs associated with condominium structures—mainly, what they each offer.

  • Readers' Choice

    Our 2019 Bud Bracket winner is Purple Punch from BaM.

  • Issues

    The once-transient nature of Las Vegas is changing, and the Valley is becoming a permanent home for more and more residents each year.

  • Issues

    Of the changes we’ve seen in the past decade, the recovery of the housing market has been paramount to our growth as a community. Today’s ...

  • LV Weekly

    Looking for a healthier alternative to pain pills? Get approved for Nevada medical marijuana with an internet connection and a few minutes of your time.

  • Issues

    The Palms today has far eclipsed the Palms we once knew, and it’s only just the beginning. Here is a look at what you’ll find ...

  • Issues

    Many of today’s retirees are living off defined benefit plans, such as Social Security or pensions, but an increasing number of future retirees will depend ...

  • Issues

    Here are some of the Valley’s current and upcoming freeway projects, and tips for dealing with them.

  • Issues

    May kicks off National Bike Month—an opportunity to get outside, get moving and explore the Valley via bicycle. In Southern Nevada, there are more than ...

  • Issues

    Great cities don’t happen accidentally—they’re the result of careful planning, coordination and strategic regional design.

  • Issues

    Building wealth is not accomplished by finding a high-paying job or putting money into a savings account—it’s an undertaking that requires a clear objective, thoughtful ...

  • Issues

    With the recent announcement of Blink-182’s residency at the Palms and the 2018 lineup of musicians slated for an extended stay at MGM’s Park Theater, ...

  • Issues

    In an effort to propel technological advances in the transportation field, Google recently rolled out a service geared toward public transit. Their first partnership is ...

  • Issues

    Along with other benefits associated with public transportation, high-capacity transit offers one solution to a problem that plagues many Las Vegans: traffic congestion.

  • Issues

    For a business owner, the opportunity to grow his or her company is an exhilarating and sometimes precarious endeavor.

  • Issues

    Take the opportunity to lean into the Valentine’s Day classics and spoil your loved one senseless.

  • LV Weekly

    Fourth of July celebrations are a capstone of summer, especially here in Las Vegas. Pool parties, barbecues, day clubs, nightclubs and more—the options for a ...

  • Nightlife

    This buttery smooth, simple spirit is easy to sip on its own — and the addition of the espresso shot helps to further elevate the ...

  • Nightlife

    Inspired by the Greyhound — an ever-popular bar favorite — this cocktail makes upgrades in all the right places.

  • Nightlife

    Smoky tequila, cocoa crème liqueur, touches of refreshing citrus and a Nutella-rimmed glass — this cocktail is doing the most, and then some

  • Nightlife

    Smoky, spicy and subtly sweet — this cocktail hits all the right notes.

  • Nightlife

    Whether you’re a perfect gentleman, an aspiring gentleman or simply an appreciator of gentlemen — aren’t we all? — this libation is sure to please.

  • Nightlife

    Alkalizing cucumber juice, used as the main mixer here, gives this cocktail license to combine intense, spicy and acidic flavors in an uncompromising and palatable ...

  • Great tastes from Ballast Point, the Bruery and an up-and-coming local operation.

  • From beer festivals to pairing dinners and UNLVino.

  • Reviewed: Goose Island's 312 Urban Pale and Urban Wheat ales.

  • It's not quite the bourbon its father is, but it's still damn good.

  • The hotel just tapped the keg on its first-ever Beer Weekend.

  • Mandalay Bay is taking brews to a higher level in September.

  • The only negative thing we can say is that it's much too easy to drink.

  • Sipping on fruity, fizzy cider and watching random, funny movie clips makes for a pretty fun Friday night.

  • The Downtown complex is about to get a whole lot more fun this summer.

  • The rest of Nevada is about to discover what Las Vegas already knows: We've got some great breweries.

  • It's an IPA ... that really isn't. And that hurts.

  • First, it's at the Springs Preserve. Second, there's lots of delicious beer.

  • Don't wait until next St. Patrick's Day to buy a bottle.

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    Cirque du Soleil is the biggest name in production shows in Las Vegas. The company was producing six shows on the Strip when casinos and ...

  • Las Vegas

    Gov. Steve Sisolak will sign a directive extending the second phase of the state’s reopening into early July, after last week calling discussion of a ...

  • News

    Sixto Zermeno worked three shifts at the Signature hotel-condos at the MGM Grand after businesses in Nevada reopened from the coronavirus shutdown. After his third ...

  • Breaking News

    Arizona’s governor ordered bars, nightclubs and water parks to close again for at least a month starting Monday night — a dramatic about-face as coronavirus ...

  • Las Vegas

    With improved weather conditions, firefighters made progress today battling a wildfire near Mount Charleston, according to a U.S. Forest Service official.

  • A&E

    Mandalay Bay and Aria join other resurrected MGM properties Luxor, which opened its doors again last week, and Bellagio, MGM Grand and New York-New York, ...

  • Las Vegas

    Nevada health officials announced Monday they intend to release a response plan geared toward containing the coronavirus among demographic groups that have ...

  • A&E

    The casino mogul has put his mansion on the market for $25 million after a $16 million renovation, making it the most expensive home currently ...

  • News

    Legal observers have been easy to spot at recent George Floyd-inspired demonstrations in Las Vegas. If their clearly marked red T-shirts don’t reveal them, their ...

  • Las Vegas

    When the Las Vegas Lights FC restart the season, it will do so with a new interim coach. The Lights announced today that they have ...

  • News

    Las Vegas resorts that have partially reopened amid the global pandemic haven’t adequately protected employees and their families from the coronavirus ...

  • A&E

    Nicole Young, Dr. Dre's wife of 24 years, has filed for divorce.

  • Business

    When vast numbers of people began working from home this year because of the pandemic, it created a problem for companies’ information technology departments. Communications ...

  • Breaking News

    Kim Kardashian West is selling a stake in her beauty brand for $200 million, in a deal that values the TV reality star's three-year-old business ...

  • Breaking News

    Kansas State football players say they will boycott all team activities until administrators create a policy that would allow a student to be expelled for ...

  • News

    Nevada added 1,100 additional confirmed coronavirus cases on Saturday as the known death toll from the outbreak reached at least 500. Although the figure appeared ...

  • Breaking News

    There has always been a low-boil tension in The Villages retirement community between the Republican majority and the much smaller cohort of Democrats, but a ...

  • News

    For years, social media platforms have fueled political polarization and hosted an explosion of hate speech. Now, with four months until the U.S. presidential election ...

  • A&E

    Beyoncé used her platform Sunday while accepting the BET humanitarian award to relay a direct appeal to viewers: Go vote. “Your voices are being heard ...

  • News

    At least 285 U.S. children have developed a serious inflammatory condition linked to the coronavirus and while most recovered, the potential for long-term or permanent ...