Las Vegas Weekly

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Las Vegas Weekly
Las Vegas Weekly (cover).jpg
Type Weekly alternative newspaper
Owner(s) The Greenspun Corporation
Publisher Travis Keys
Editor Spencer Patterson
Founded 1998
Headquarters 2360 Corporate Circle Drive
Third Floor
Henderson, NV 89074
United States
Circulation 62,682[1]

Las Vegas Weekly is a free alternative weekly newspaper based in Henderson, Nevada, covering Las Vegas arts, entertainment, culture and news. Las Vegas Weekly is published by Greenspun Media Group. The paper was founded in 1992 by James P. Reza, Greg Ryan and Robert Ringle as a free monthly publication called Scope covering Generation X culture and arts, music and lifestyle in Southern Nevada.[2]In 1996, Reza partnered with Daniel Greenspun to publish Scope under the new legal banner of Radiant City Publications LLC. During this partnership, the paper moved to a biweekly publishing schedule. In 1998, Reza sold Scope to The Greenspun Corporation, who retooled it and renamed it Las Vegas Weekly.[3] As of December 2009, Las Vegas Weekly had a circulation of 62,682.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Publication Details: Las Vegas Weekly". Circulation Verification Council. Retrieved 2010-08-26. 
  2. ^ Weatherford, Mike (1993-09-26). "Trends: Scope defines 'alternative' scene". Las Vegas Review-Journal. p. 3j. 
  3. ^ Reza, James P. (2005-03-17). "Go: Where to Go, What to Do & Why". Las Vegas Mercury. Retrieved 2009-10-30. 

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