Yesco is responsible for most of the neon and LED signs in Las Vegas, including Vegas Vic and the newly installed letters on Allegiant Stadium.
New items at the exhibit at Luxor, which opened nine years ago, include 20 that have never before been shown.
The collection by the famed street artist, who garnered worldwide attention when his “Girl With Balloon” self-destructed at an auction last year, is on view on the Las Vegas Strip for the first time.
“A Choreographers’ Showcase” is an annual show that challenge performers to direct and produce a show of original material.
Thousands of origami Japanese maple leaves billow above the Aria’s main lobby to celebrate the turn of the season.
Pat Cooper was funny as ever and surrounded by family and friends, including his wife, Emily, at the Italian American Club’s decked-out showroom.
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has garnered international acclaim for her immersive infinity mirrored rooms. For the firsttime, one of them is open in Las Vegas.
Doors open at 3:30 p.m. for the 5 p.m. start, admission is free and the same security policies for live games inside T-Mobile will be enacted.
Tony Dovolani performed twice Saturday night but later learned that his cousin, Shkelzen Verzivoli, known as “Skalzy,” had died of a heart attack at age 42.
At the Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, Karan Feder oversees a collection that includes some 8,000 pieces from the Tropicana’s long-running Folies Bergere.