The Palms discovered last week it is easy to attract attention hosting the Pole Expo. Women spun, slid and twirled on poles, dazzling crowds flocking to see the spectacle.
The Neon Museum hosts “Unsigned Heroes: Sign Painters’ Art and Stories” Tuesday; the panel discussion focuses on painted signs and the often overlooked role they play in showcasing fanciful neon designs. People “think of the neon and gas tubes” when they consider neon signs, acknowledges Rob McCoy, who chairs the Neon Museum’s board of directors. “But painting is an integral part of neon signage.”
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They came here first. They came here again and again. And we might never know why.
A number of local restaurants are planning special observances for Mexican Independence Day. Drink specials also will abound.
It’s amazing to see how much a child changes — in size, personality, temperament — from age 3 to age 4. And it’s no different for the Fiesta Las Vegas Latino Parade and Festival, which celebrates its fourth year this weekend showing a few changes from years past.
His bio reads like those of many up-and-coming actors. But one thing separates Henderson’s Mace Coronel from the rest: He’s 10.
You can get up close and personal with the men and women behind the vampires, werewolves, hybrids and witches during “The Vampire Diaries” Official Convention, Friday through Sunday at the Rio.
The fall season starts Sept. 21 (for a complete rundown, see that day’s Life section), but two dramedies debut Wednesday hoping to stand out.
The original opened to $19 million in September 2011, and that was against the second weekend of the 3-D rerelease of “The Lion King.”