More than three months after closing because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Discovery Children’s Museum in downtown Las Vegas will reopen Thursday.
Fireworks will be launched from several locations around the Las Vegas Valley to celebrate the Fourth of July.
During the week of Juneteenth, two businesses in the Las Vegas Arts District covered their walls with art installations and murals that support the current Black Lives Matter movement.
The Mob Museum, not an easy sell when its opening was announced a decade ago, continues to show its resiliency.
Las Vegas may be reopening, but First Friday is staying digital.
They’re proving that the show can go on even if that means meeting audiences from a rooftop, behind a plastic sheet or from outside their vehicles.
FSE’s Viva Vision video screen is displaying a 144-hour countdown leading to the moment, at 12:01 a.m. Thursday, when Vegas hotel-casinos are allowed to reopen.
“The response went through the roof,” the owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate said a day after giving away 2,000 flights to tourists across the country.
Face masks will be required for staff and guests, and sanitizer made at the museum’s speakeasy will be given away while supplies last.
Three restaurants offer one-parking-spot, mix-and-match curbside pickup with options for the whole family.