When the long-awaited “Queen of the Arts” project was unveiled Thursday in the city’s Historic Westside, it was hailed as much more than a means of wayfinding.
A planned public hearing on a proposed Arts District Food Truck lot did not take place at Wednesday’s Las Vegas City Council meeting.
The developers of a proposed food truck lot in The Arts District have brought in a new team to lead the project, as the debate over its approval has turned ugly, and at times, personal
The city of Las Vegas and National Atomic Testing Museum could enter into exclusive negotiations next week on city-owned land in Symphony Park, which would be the first formal move toward relocating the museum from its present location near UNLV.
“The City of Las Vegas, The Early Years Part 2” will debut May 15, the 115th anniversary of the city’s founding.
The Las Vegas mayor’s viral CNN interview carried over into late-night comedy.
It didn’t take long for one of Las Vegas’ favorite sons to weigh in on Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s ill-fated interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN.