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Blueprint

Upscale Downtown Movie Theater Breaks Ground in August

By Pj Perez

The on-again, off-again Eclipse Theaters project is on again, and this time it looks like it's actually going to get built.

Gallery

Scenes from Inspire and Commonwealth, July 4, 2015

By rebelliousfreedom

This Independence Day holiday, Fremont East revelers had the right to enjoy not one, but two rooftop parties—a right that many chose to exercise.

Music

The Dirty Hooks Mix Guitar Riffs With the Wild West

By Jessie O'Brien

Some local bands can't wait to leave leave Las Vegas, but this alt.rock/blues band embraces "that whole southwestern thing."

Urban Epicurean

Where to Eat, Drink and Explode on this July 4th Weekend

By Jessie O'Brien

Celebrate 'Merica with hot dogs, cold beer and an unobstructed view of the rockets' red glare.

Art

Virtual Gallery Hop: July 2015

By Amber Sampson

Welcome to DTLV’s version of Preview Thursday, an interactive portal displaying some of the art that will be featured during Downtown’s First Friday art walk and the real-life Preview Thursday.

This Weekend

Fireworks, First Friday (Sorta), and the Death of The Vermin

By Geoff Carter

Celebrate this nation's birthday by saying goodbye to a punk rock institution, and by idly wondering if your house is on fire at this exact moment.

Cocktail Culture

A Cocktail Preview of Bastille on 3rd

By Jessie O'Brien

Venerable Snick's Place has been transformed, with a new look and cocktail menu. But don't worry: It's still the oldest (and only) gay bar Downtown.

Life Is Beautiful Lineup

Life is Beautiful

Songs From the Lineup: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, ’40 Day Dream’

By Rachel Kerr

Damn, this song. Alex "Edward Sharpe" Ebert might have a kind of cult leader thing going on, but with music this good, we're happy to drink the Kool-Aid.

Downtowners

Downtowners

On The Record: Meet Ronald Corso

By Geoff Carter

The owner of 11th Street Records and National Southwestern Recording talks about the local scene, and why streaming music falls short.