The new stadium’s big canopy will provide shade to keep out the sun; openings around the exterior will allow in a breeze to help cool the fans.
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Girls certainly ruled during Women 2.0, billed as the world’s largest conference on innovation, entrepreneurship and women, Thursday and Friday at the Bellagio.
With a well prepared crew and a never-give-up attitude, almost any problem in life can be solved.
Tucked away in a corner of the first floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center, there’s a war room. The nine or so staffers there are working feverishly on iMacs this week, all in the name of putting out the 98-page SEMA Show Daily.
If he had a dream car, championship freestyle skier Simon Dumont would make sure there was an espresso machine inside. He’d also make sure certain details — such as his rooftop ski rack — were more suited to his 5-foot-6 stature.
Dozens of fish played in an aquarium installed in the back of a customized sea-blue Toyota Highlander, an ode to SpongeBob SquarePants. Yes, automotive dreams can come true.
The Embraer Legacy 1000 was outfitted with a few more luxury touches than the average showroom: place settings of Christofle china, fresh-cut flowers in artsy vases and a bottle of Moet champagne in a bucket.
Globalization, technology and new development were among the themes this week at IMEX America 2013, an exhibition for incentive travel, meetings and events.
In one exhibit hall, fondant-wrapped cakes depicting themes such as Tinkerbell, Halloween and surfing were on display, while ingredient suppliers showed products from gelato mix-ins to vivid food coloring agents in another in section.
Las Vegas-based Smart City Networks LP lost its court battle Tuesday to hang on to the lucrative telecommunications contract for the Las Vegas Convention Center and Cashman Center.