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‘Friends’ musical comes to Las Vegas on heels of New York run
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Well, we are going to see next month, when the aptly titled “Friends! The Musical Parody” opens at D Las Vegas. The show has been casting in Las Vegas over the past few days (callbacks are Monday) and is set to open for previews Oct. 18. The official premiere is Oct. 26.

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Blazing sun tough on fans, great for on-track action at LVMS
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Heat? What heat was that asked Kyle Larson, the second-place finisher in Sunday’s South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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Man critically hurt in east Las Vegas shooting, police say
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He was shot just before 7 p.m. on the 4900 block of Morris Street, near Tropicana Avenue and Nellis Boulevard, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Chris Holmes said.

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Las Vegas family gets travel trailer through Make-A-Wish
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The trailer, donated through Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada , will allow the family of seven to be together on trips, something they rarely are able to do because of Andrew’s condition.

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Police want help to find suspect in Las Vegas burglary spree
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Las Vegas police are asking the public’s help identifying a man suspected of a burglary spree in Summerlin on Friday.

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Fiesta celebrates Hispanic heritage in Las Vegas Valley — PHOTOS
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The Vegas Golden Knights Drumbots led off an international parade that kicked off the El Tiempo Fiesta Las Vegas on Saturday morning in North Las Vegas.

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‘Deadhead’ takes up life in Las Vegas after 26 years behind bars
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Grateful Dead fan Timothy Tyler received a life sentence for selling LSD, but an order from President Barack Obama set him free in August. He’s now adjusting to a new world in Las Vegas.

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Judges pick new duck stamp art at Las Vegas Springs Preserve
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A festival-like atmosphere prevailed Saturday around a Springs Preserve amphitheater where adults and children explored booths showcasing outdoor recreational opportunities, art displays and nature souvenirs.

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