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EDITORIAL: No to soccer stadium

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman stopped talking long enough to actually hear her constituents. But she didn’t listen closely enough. City residents don’t want to use public money to help fund construction of the downtown soccer stadium Mayor Goodman desperately wants built. She wants the stadium so badly that she berated concerned taxpayers in a long-winded rant at a Sept. 18 town hall meeting at Rogich Middle School in Summerlin. The gist of her monologue: How dare you question what I want for my city?

Philharmonic begins season on solid note

After two years of searching, the Las Vegas Philharmonic season got off to a strong start Saturday with its new music director Donato Cabrera at the helm.

‘Merrily’ rolls along brilliantly

“How did you get to be here?” is the question that “Merrily We Roll Along” explores as it follows the life of everyman Frank Shepard backward from the despair of his empty success to a time when his heart was still full of youthful hope.

McGregor lives up to hype with knockout

Saturday night’s Ultimate Fighting Championship card at the MGM Grand without question served as a sort of unofficial coming out party for the organization’s anointed future superstar, Conor McGregor.

Muhammad, Sanchez fall in Red Rock Open final

Asia Muhammad and Maria Sanchez came up a bit short against Veronica Cepede Royg and Maria Irigoyen, who won the doubles title Sunday in the Red Rock Pro Open with a 6-3, 5-7 11-9 victory.

Vegas submariners asked to ‘reconnect’

United States Submarine Veterans Las Vegas Base 51 wants to boost its membership by adding submarine-qualified veterans to its rost

Hardy misquote does some damage

Cresent Hardy, the Republican candidate for the 4th Congressional District, got temporarily tarnished by a misquote from a Mesquite newspaper.

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