How do you follow up several successful one-day markets featuring small local businesses? If you’re Polly Weinstein, an organizer of the Neon Bazaar, you take products from some of your favorite vendors and open an indoor pop-up store for the holidays.
The courts at the Darling Tennis Center, 7901 W. Washington Ave., usually are filled with the rhythmic “thunk” of tennis balls being hit. However on Nov. 23, there was only the sound of rain drops. That Saturday was to have been day one of the fourth edition of the Las Vegas Xenergy Open for Wheelchair Tennis, a two-day event. Instead, contenders used it as a chance to reconnect as they waited for the rain to cease.