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“My Children! My Africa!”: Dramatic storytelling leaves audience satisfied

Words are weapons. That was the general message that spread through the Black Box Theater on Friday night as roughly 100 people attended the opening of Athol Fugard’s, My Children! My Africa! Set in 20th century South Africa, the play explores the rising tensions of the apartheid era through the eyes of high school students Isabel (Theresa Moriarty) and ...Full Article

Sights, sounds and tastes of San Gennaro

  The feast day of San Gennaro: A celebration of the liquefaction of the blood of the patron saint of Naples, Italy. It’s a big deal in old Italia, ...Full Article

The GOP’s new video game is as bad as you’d expect

At least Mario had Peach. Poor ‘Giopi’, the protagonist of Mission Majority — the Republican Party’s new video game designed to drum up (youth?) support in upcoming elections — ...Full Article

Soyinka, Nafisi, Gessen to speak on campus Thursday

Nobel prize-winner Wole Soyinka, Iranian author Azar Nafisi and Russian journalist and LGBT activist Masha Gessen will be at UNLV to speak on human rights Thursday. The guest speakers ...Full Article

5 local bands to watch for this fall

Although Las Vegas is not as well known for its music scene as other cities across the world, the local scene is still thriving and full of potential. The ...Full Article

4 must-see films at the Las Vegas Film Festival

  It is the week of the seventh annual Las Vegas Film Festival (LVFF), a showcase of local and international filmmakers. With over four days of shorts, music videos, ...Full Article

4 reasons why every UNLV (film) student should attend Las Vegas Film Festival

  It is time for the seventh annual Las Vegas Film Festival (LVFF). A festival that showcases local and international filmmakers. The festival will showcase four days worth of ...Full Article

Electric Daisy Carnival preview 2014

Bright lights, wild costumes and seizure-inducing music. This is what Sin City and its rave-thirsty citizens prepare for every year. The Electric Daisy Carnival returns to its Las Vegas ...Full Article

Hip-Hop U gives UNLV students a deeper history of rap music

  UNLV students were provided with historical information to give insight to a controversial genre at Hip-Hop U on May 2 at the Student Union. Hip-Hop U is a ...Full Article

Melanie Co

  A planned development in Las Vegas’s Arts District promises to transform, magnify and progress the city’s culture into a level unseen before. The Modern Contemporary Art Museum will ...Full Article
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