We’d laugh it weren’t so sad to see articles in some of the national travel publications touting “30 things you can do for free in Vegas.” Unless you plan to walk a ways to some of these attractions, they’re technically no longer free since you’ll have to pay to park near them.
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Jennifer Dickerson’s divorce from her husband was finalized Thursday. A day later, Dickerson, 37, and fiancee Amanda Falzone, 34, became the 10,000th same-sex couple to obtain a marriage license in Clark County.
The arrival of Las Vegas’ National Hockey League franchise and the potential relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Southern Nevada present enormous retail prospects on everything from T-shirts to all forms of logoed merchandise.
Las Vegas remains one of the nation’s leading destinations for gay tourists and Nevada’s distinction as a “blue state” could play in its favor after a report indicated some LGBT travelers fear for their safety in red states.
Concrete, that bland and gray material poured to fill your driveway, can be used to create beautiful, colorful interior designs. That’s what this year’s World of Concrete (WOC) is hoping to chisel home to industry professionals.
If you thought having CES in town earlier this month was a big deal, wait until you see what conventions are coming in this week.
Qatar Airways has finally set a date for when it will launch service between Las Vegas and Doha, Qatar — but you’ll have to wait another year.
The “wedding capital of the world” is on the cusp of issuing its 10,000th marriage license to same-sex couples, and local businesses want to make sure the ceremony to come will be a lavish celebration.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada’s board of directors agreed to negotiate a six-month trial contract that would allow the Big Bus private tour company to share four stops with the popular Deuce and Strip & Downtown Express routes.
It’s been just more than a month since Las Vegas got its first nonstop service to mainland China.
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