Remote work has its upside, but it poses a threat to the commercial real estate market.
The governor announced Tuesday that he is relaxing capacities for mass gatherings in Nevada.
Clark County officials will allow 250 people to attend the 1 October Sunrise Remembrance on Thursday morning, to echo the governor’s easing of a statewide limit on crowd size.
The new Storytelling Garden will offer a place to gather and share stories near the Healing Garden.
The popular downtown Las Vegas restaurant got a new patio and a “secret” dining room for locals.
A special exception was allowed in the lease agreement with Barry’s Downtown Prime restaurant, and four entries to Circa will have ID checks to enforce under-21 rules.
The new downtown Las Vegas property will have a strict 21-and-older policy, the world’s largest sportsbook and an “Aquatheater” swimming pool for guests.
Chef/owner Dan Coughlin, best known to local foodies for his pioneering Fremont Street restaurant Le Thai, said the opening date moved up from December to Oct. 28.
Eddie Schmitz and Sue Ann Cornwell work daily to preserve and develop the downtown memorial to Route 91 Harvest festival shooting victims.
A car slammed into pedestrian barriers at the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas early Monday.
With its three-story sportsbook, tiered swimming-pool aquatheater and an adults-only environment, tourists may want to make a special trip downtown to see Circa.
Taking over 18-city blocks downtown and drawing over 175,000 fans over three days, Life is Beautiful will celebrate its ninth edition in 2021.
At least five vehicles caught fire on the first level of the Four Queens parking garage early Thursday.
For the first time since arriving at The Neon Museum Boneyard, the iconic Moulin Rouge sign has been brought to life again.
Notoriety owner Ken Henderson says, “Comedy and magic are not ambient. Anything you have to watch is considered a show.”