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Comic convention thwacks South Point this weekend

Attention fanboys and fangirls: the Amazing Las Vegas Comic Convention is returning to the South Point for a second year this weekend, Friday through Sunday. The event will feature interactive exhibits, a special children’s day and celebrated comic book artists — including DC Entertainment co-publisher Jim Lee.

Chinese business brings PANDA! to Las Vegas stage

PANDA! at The Palazzo has taken up longterm residency in Las Vegas and Chinese producers are hoping to provide cultural bonding.

Las Vegas Valley TV stations focus on local content, new delivery

For more than 60 years, local television stations have made a fortune by broadcasting news, sports and entertainment provided by national networks, supplemented by a limited array of local programs.

Nevada welcomes Hollywood, employment opportunities

Something happens when the big movie names are working in Las Vegas. The city’s film industry professionals get work, location fees are paid and production rentals are secured.

MundoFox joins battle for Spanish viewers

News Corp. on Monday launched its new Spanish-language TV network in Las Vegas and on 49 other stations nationwide in a bid to edge out Univision and Telemundo as the largest network in the growing Hispanic market.

Arrival of shops, restaurants boost Arts District

As Las Vegans ponder the continuing revitalization of downtown, one rule has become clear: Even starving artists need to eat, and art galleries alone don’t make a neighborhood.

Workers react to closing of Sahara

Michael McClendon, a poker room supervisor at the Sahara, wasn’t surprised when he was called into a meeting at 7:30 a.m. with other employees and was told the nearly 60-year-old Strip resort would cease operations in May.
McClendon, who recently celebrated 25 years at the casino, said the announcement Friday shouldn’t have been unexpected.

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