A deal to move online retailer Zappos into downtown Las Vegas closed Wednesday, with the City Council voting unanimously to allow a developer to purchase City Hall for Zappos to renovate and import as many as 2,000 workers. The deal is the brainchild of Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and is being hailed by cheerleaders as a milestone in Las Vegas history.
First Friday, a monthly arts festival featuring visual and performance art, food and activities, is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. Friday in the 18b Arts District downtown and along East Fremont Street.
My parents are getting a divorce, and I’m really upset. I’m a junior at (a local high school). I have good friends, and I’m an honor roll student. My sister and I don’t know who to believe. My mom says it’s my dad who wants the divorce. My dad says she wants the divorce. My dad moved out. We hear my mom arguing with him on the phone, then she just cries. I love my parents, but I wish they’d fix this or get a divorce and leave each other alone. But we’re tired of hearing them fight and then watching my mom cry. What can we do? — N.W., Las Vegas
In entertainment news this week, KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler plan a performance, Curious George is due to arrive at the Lied Discovery Children’s Museum Saturday and Las Vegas Academy students are set to showcase acting and writing skills in “The Ten-Minute Play Project.”
From the moment this restaurant opens until the moment it closes, an all-day buffet is served that includes a variety of soups, seafood, poultry, beef, noodle, pork and rice dishes.