Some 50 masons competed in Las Vegas on Wednesday to build a 26 foot 8 inch, double-width brick wall as high and neatly as possible within 60 minutes. It was the SPEC MIX BRICKLAYER 500 World Championship — the Super Bowl of the masonry industry.
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Las Vegas remains one of the nation’s leading destinations for gay tourists and Nevada’s distinction as a “blue state” could play in its favor after a report indicated some LGBT travelers fear for their safety in red states.
Concrete, that bland and gray material poured to fill your driveway, can be used to create beautiful, colorful interior designs. That’s what this year’s World of Concrete (WOC) is hoping to chisel home to industry professionals.
Black Bear Diner, based in Redding, Calif., and with a menu that ranges from breakfast to burgers, will open its fourth Las Vegas location in a shopping center south of McCarran International Airport.
The state’s unemployment rate has hit a nine-year low. But UNLV professor and Business and Economic Research Center Director Stephen Miller believes we can do better.
A Las Vegas hotel has stopped selling a famous fashion designer’s products following a hubbub over whether he would dress President-elect Donald Trump’s wife, Melania.
A new report by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development’s Office of Workforce Innovation outlines 93 high-demand occupations in key growth industries for Nevada.
The arrival of Las Vegas’ National Hockey League franchise and the potential relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Southern Nevada present enormous retail prospects on everything from T-shirts to all forms of logoed merchandise.
Netflix’s video streaming service is booming while its steadily shrinking DVD-by-mail business has turned into an afterthought.
Summer Chan’s fingerprints are all over a new coffee and dessert cafe. It features her name and a cartoonized version of her face as the logo, and she even picked out the artwork on one of the walls.
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