The longest continually running LGBT bar in Las Vegas closes Saturday, three weeks into Pride month. Bastille on 3rd, or Snick’s Place, has been open since 1976.
Chance the Rapper, The Black Keys and Post Malone top the bill for the Sept. 20-22 music and art festival.
Other downtown events include Atomic Liquors’ anniversaries, movie showings and a volunteer effort to help the homeless.
For those who yearn to participate in a reality show but don’t want to leave the Las Vegas Valley, the Nevada Film Office has the solution.
Le Pho, the Vietnamese restaurant in the Juhl apartment building, has shut down, at least temporarily.
No one was injured in the fire reported just before 1:30 p.m. Thursday on the 2100 block of East Stewart Avenue, just west of North Eastern Avenue, according to a Las Vegas Fire Department spokesman.
Other things to do include movie screenings, a Firestone Walker beer tasting and Market in the Alley.
The vigorous Project Neon paving work continues into the weekend as a stretch of Interstate 15 northbound will close over the weekend in downtown Las Vegas.
The National Atomic Testing Museum hopes to use a $1 million matching grant from the state to move to a larger space in downtown Las Vegas.
A man won a small fortune Sunday while playing a 25-cent Wheel of Fortune slot machine in downtown Las Vegas.
Project Neon will shut down the I-15 South from the 95 exit to Sahara from June 7 until 5 a.m. on June 10.
The theme for this month’s First Friday celebration in downtown Las Vegas was “Beat Street,” and the party was all about sound and music.
Multiple people were injured Friday morning when a vehicle attempting to elude authorities crashed in the central Las Vegas Valley, according to Las Vegas police.
The Underground’s daylong festivities Thursday highlight this week’s roundup of what’s going on in downtown Las Vegas.