The doors at the Rio Convention Center opened on Monday, kicking off four days of the Women’s Wear in Nevada (WWIN), which ends Thursday. More than 7,000 people have flocked to the show.
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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.
Crowdfunding Roadmap, which seeks to teach the best practices to investors and entrepreneurs, will host its second annual Global Crowdfunding Convention and Bootcamp Oct. 14-16 at M Resort in Henderson.
When Tyler Moore goes to his local grocery store he has to memorize its layout. He’s legally blind. Items on the bottom shelf are a struggle to see, and forget about seeing the price.
When it comes to beers in National Hockey League arenas across Canada, the big guys are Molson Coors Brewing and Labatt Brewing Co. But craft beers are slowly muscling their way into NHL arenas and other major-league sports venues as stadiums understand that the microbrew companies are offering a tasty, diversified product that fans desire.
This weekend it’s all about the muscle at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar doesn’t consider himself much of a gambler.
Bicycle exhibitors and bike dealers attending Interbike, the national bicycle industry show in Las Vegas, had mixed reactions Friday when show organizers allowed consumers into the business-to-business show for the first time.
A collection of coffee mugs bearing the names of destinations across the United States covered the convention space, interspersed with neon-colored sweats, stickers, plush toys, keychains and most anything else you’d see in a tourist souvenir shop throughout the country.
Need to find a snazzy bottle for your new energy drink? What about an eye-catching box for Grandma’s homemade cake? This is the place to go.
When the nation’s bicycle industry gathers in Las Vegas for its annual Interbike trade show this week, America’s bike companies are in for a surprise — their host area is growing into a real bike town.
Ashley Fox recalled opening her pole fitness business in midtown Manhattan a year and a half ago. It cost her and her business partner $25,000 to launch the new venture and she faced the task of educating prospective customers that she used a 10-foot-tall pole for fitness purposes, not stripping.
Through Sunday, GayDays Las Vegas is in the city to play by the pool and reach out to the LGBT demographic.
There is also a specific brand of convention that brings together people who share a deep love, more an obsession, for something — the fan convention.
A red, knee-length pencil dress covered in sequins takes center stage at the Bettie Page exhibit. Models wearing a mix of the brand’s dresses while sporting pinup-style makeup promote the clothing to passers-by. Las Vegas fashion players are out and about this week.
A white carpet weaves throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center, giving the venue a feel that something chic is happening here. At Mandalay Bay, thousands of young men wearing designer jeans walk the corridors outside the fashion trade shows.
A man wearing a black fedora with a tall turquoise feather sticking out of it walks into the Las Vegas Convention Center on Monday morning. Just ahead of him, another man is wearing salmon-colored casual sneakers.
“Every great and commanding movement in the annals of the world is due to the triumph of enthusiasm.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson