Remembering the Frontier Strike: 30 Years Later

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The Neon Museum, 770 N. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, Nev. 89101, will host a panel discussion, “Remembering the Frontier Strike: 30 Years Later” on Thursday, Sept. 30 at 6:30 p.m. in-person at the museum and virtually via livestream on Facebook. In September 1991, one of the longest labor strikes in U.S. history began as […]

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Eagles tribute band, American Eagle USA at Arizona Charlie’s

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Arizona Charlie’s, located at 740 S. Decatur Blvd., will bring live entertainment back to the Naughty Ladies Saloon stage with a performance by popular Eagles tribute band, American Eagle USA, at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7. American Eagle USA will pay tribute to the award-winning rock band by playing every classic song including “Take […]

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FANTASY Returns to the Luxor Hotel and Casino

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Las Vegas’ iconic female revue, FANTASY, is returning to Luxor Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas, following the state-wide pause. Recently relocated to the Luxor Theater, the captivating production will remain socially distanced while entertaining audiences with a cast of gorgeous showgirls and the powerhouse vocals of Lorena Peril. Due to popular demand, FANTASY […]

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The Neon Museum Celebrates Black History Month

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Dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting the iconic neon signs of Las Vegas’ past for educational, historic, arts and cultural enrichment, The Neon Museum is the perfect place to celebrate Black History Month this February. Here, you can learn about important contributions of local Black leaders to Las Vegas history. This year marks the 60th […]

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Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens Inspires Merry and Bright “Hopeful Holidays”

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Capturing the spirit of the season, the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens unwrapped its extravagant holiday display this week, inviting visitors to explore the majestic, imaginary world of Her Majesty Queen Bellissima. Decked in holiday-trimmed botanical elements, the Conservatory features a 42-foot-tall silver tip fir tree sparkling with thousands of lights, a beautiful oversized ornamental egg, four majestic […]

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Super Summer Theatre, The Neon Museum, LVMS Blood Drive & More

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Well, gang, how is everyone out there doing? As you, I’m hunkered down too. So  I thought I would send you any pertinent information that perhaps you would like to check out while being hunkered down at home.  This is what’s going on in our village now or in the future. The first article dealing […]

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Don Gavin, Flip Schultz and Dave Russo at the Tropicana Laugh Factory

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Don Gavin, Boston’s “Godfather of Comedy”, is headlining this week at the Laugh Factory, located on the mezzanine level of The Tropicana Las Vegas.  Gavin is sharing the stage with two veterans of Comedy, Flip Shultz and Dave Russo. Gavin has performed in 25 different countries, at over 150 colleges, and more than 200 corporate […]

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Four Planes Started Only Two Finished by Norm Johnson – Available Now

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Well, gang, forgive me but the lead article this week will be about an author I’m very well acquainted with—Me, Norm Johnson. A book I had published back in 2006 that sold a few thousand copies and then went thud is back alive.  I have no idea why the first book never really got off […]

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Las Vegas Ballpark Named 2019 Ballpark of the Year

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The owners of the Las Vegas Aviators® knew their new ballpark in the community of Summerlin® would usher in an improved fan experience, but they couldn’t have envisioned the meteoric surge in ticket sales, as the team currently leads all of Minor League Baseball in attendance. And now Las Vegas Ballpark® has a major national […]

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