Walmart said Wednesday that it will stop selling military-style semiautomatic rifles, including AR-15s.
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The wait is almost over for the grand opening of Tenaya Creek Brewery’s bigger, better location. No later than September — about five months behind schedule — Las Vegans will be able to enjoy one of the brewery’s craft beers inside the fully renovated 13,000-square-foot building at 831 Bonanza Road, owner Tim Etter said.
You’re probably not going to watch the Fight of the Century in person on May 2. But at least you can buy a $35 T-shirt — 0r even a $10,000 charcoal framed pastel — at a pop-up merchandise store that opened in a downtown Las Vegas parking lot at noon Friday.
U.S. online political advertising could quadruple to nearly $1 billion in the 2016 election, creating huge opportunities for digital strategy firms eager to capitalize on a shift from traditional mediums such as television, according to one estimate.
Smoke’s Poutinerie is a confirmed tenant for Pawn Plaza, a retail destination behind Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, at 713 Las Vegas Blvd. South, home of the “Pawn Stars” reality television show on the History channel.
Construction kicked off Thursday morning on what will be the biggest store in Southern Nevada. Swedish furniture retailer IKEA broke ground on its 351,000-square-foot store in southwest Las Vegas, along the 215 Beltway between Sunset Road and Durango Drive.
A new sip and paint studio will open in the northwest valley May 1. Wine and Design will launch its first Nevada site at 6535 N. Buffalo Drive.
California-based Lazy Dog Restaurant opened its Downtown Summerlin doors to dogs and humans alike on Monday. The Las Vegas location, 1725 Festival Plaza Drive, is the 16th in the chain, which started in 2003.
There’s a new trend in Las Vegas’ restaurant industry these days. The big-name chef restaurants are still around and even growing. But they are being joined by a new generation of independent, homegrown restaurateurs focusing on varying concepts.
Container Park, Downtown Project’s flagship development, on Thursday welcomed five very different new businesses to its entrepreneurial retail incubator setting in downtown Las Vegas.
Nevadans could spend up to $244 million dollars shopping for Easter items like food, candy and gifts in 2015, the Retail Association of Nevada said. The figure is a 3.6 percent increase from last year’s estimated total of $235 million.
Real-estate executive George Okinaka can’t remember the last time he visited the Meadows mall. And the problem for the Meadows is that there are tens of thousands of George Okinakas across the Las Vegas Valley.
After establishing itself as the go-to craft beer festival organizer of the Las Vegas market, Motley Brews is expanding to the ultracompetitive beer scene in the San Diego area.
Fresh & Easy is selling two Las Vegas Valley stores, and the stores will close within the next week, a company spokesman said on Friday. The two locations are at Tropicana and Jones in Las Vegas, and Centennial and Simmons in North Las Vegas.
As GlobalShop 2015 descended on Mandalay Bay Convention Center on Tuesday, the merchandising display and design show conveyed how technology will help improve the consumer experience in retail environments across the country.
More than 10,000 pizza makers, ingredient providers, pizzeria workers and their fans gathered at the Las Vegas Convention Center Tuesday for the opening of the International Pizza Expo — one of the tastiest trade shows on the city’s convention calendar.
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA has set a date for the ground breaking of its southwest Las Vegas store.
A fast-casual chicken tenders and sandwich chain called PDQ that was created by Outback Steakhouse co-founder Bob Basham is opening its first restaurant west of Texas in North Las Vegas on Sunday.
Simon Property Group Inc., owner of three malls in Las Vegas, offered to buy Macerich Co. for $14.39 billion in a deal that would join the No. 1 and No. 3 U.S. shopping mall owners.
The Doobie Brothers’ “Takin’ It to the Streets” blasted through the loud speakers on the opening day at the Grand Bazaar Shops outside of Bally’s. And that’s exactly what developer Larry Siegel wanted to do: bring the property’s 110 stores, four full-service restaurants and 20 grab-and-go culinary concepts to the Las Vegas streets.
Wal-Mart’s recent decision to raise its minimum wage to $9 an hour may not be as altruistic as some would believe.
A new type of salon service is popping up across the country, and those who live in the Summerlin area have one in their back corner. Its motto is, “No cuts, no color, just blow.”
Smith’s will open six new rebranded Southern Nevada stores on March 4. The new locations were formerly Food 4 Less stores.