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‘The Rebel Yell' chats with Daniel Knosp, drag show organizer 0

The Rebel Yell – What is FIERCE and the rationale behind it? FIERCE is an all-inclusive fundraising event for The Gay and Lesbian Center of Southern Nevada. FIERCE is aimed at providing a safe and entertaining environment while educating students,

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Ubisoft sets sail with latest ‘Assassin’s Creed’ 0

  Pirate Simulator 2013: Black Flag Edition is the greatest pirate-based game I’ve played all year. While my title might not be as attractive as say, Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, it’s far more accurate than the box title. Last

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A turn from the traditional 0

The phrase “Japanese art” usually sparks images of E-maki (picture scrolls), ukiyo-e woodblock prints, and ornate pottery. Western culture generally celebrates two stereotyped styles of art: traditional Japanese techniques and Japanese manga. The Barrick Museum is currently playing host to

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Cosmopolitan hosts interactive art exhibit 0

Anybody that’s been inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas knows about their commitment to furthering the scope of art and its intake by society. With every available space covered in art, the Cosmopolitan represents everything from pencil work and acrylic

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Anti-bullying concert picks on T&M 0

  Carly Rae Jepsen and USA Network stars gather to fight cyber-harassment When I was younger, bullying ended when the school bell rang. Home was sacred, and allowed me and others like me to realize that moments these moments are

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Jimmy Eat World Performs Unappetizing Set 0

  I have to be upfront with this review and admit I had no idea Jimmy Eat World remained relevant past 2001. Singer/songwriter Matt Pond opened the show. Pond’s slow indie set was technically flawless, but unenergetic and droll. It

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Edge of the Empire: A Good Start 0

Edge of the Empire thrusts players into the world of Star Wars in an attempt to craft a unique gaming experience centered on player ingenuity. As the name suggests, players don’t play as the iconic characters of the Star Wars

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Diablo makes the jump 0

In a way, I loved the console port of Diablo 3 well before it ever came out. When I was a kid, I used to ride my bike 20 minutes to the local theater just to feed quarters into their

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Shake it up 1

Creamy, cold, sweet and satisying.

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DC Comics: Not a fan of equal rights 0

Comics as a medium have taken leaps of progression towards mirroring reality in the past few years.

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