Community is invited to tree lighting on December 1 and parade on December 2 Join the City of Henderson for the return of its annual tree lighting ceremony and holiday parade on December 1 and December 2. On Thursday, December 1, residents are invited to Water Street Plaza to kick-off the holidays with a special tree lighting in front of City Hall while enjoying carolers … [Read more...] about Henderson’s Winterfest Tree Lighting and Parade Returns to Water Street
Most casino visitors go practically out of their way to give the establishments more cash. This can be referred to as the "hidden edge" of the house. The players typically don't closely track their play; naturally, the casino wants this. They don't want to leave you penniless, either. They want to make you a contented, devoted customer for life. Casinos in Las Vegas enjoy … [Read more...] about Can You Win Big in Vegas?
Year-round transit programs offer veterans reduced fares and medical transportation To honor veterans and active military service members, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) will continue its annual tradition of offering complimentary transit rides on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, to those who present their military or veteran’s identification … [Read more...] about Veterans to Receive Free RTC Transit Rides on Veterans Day, Nov. 11
Whatever you want to call Las Vegas— Sin City, Entertainment Capital of the World, or Vegas — it is universally recognized as a destination that never fails to amaze visitors from all over the world. One of the best things about a trip to Las Vegas is that there is truly something for everyone. Even if you don't make a million dollars, you may still have a great time in the … [Read more...] about Vacation in Las Vegas: How to Get Ready
Xoxhil Xitlalli, Whose Matriarchy Hails from the Otomi Nauuas, Is the Featured Artist First Friday Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is celebrating Indigenous Heritage Month and Day of the Dead/Hispanic heritage with the November event themed “Honor.” The art walk area on Boulder Avenue and First Street will feature an estimated sixty First Friday artists … [Read more...] about First Friday’s Theme Is Honor – Celebrating Indigenous Heritage and Day of the Dead
Installations Are Part Of The Las Vegas Boulevard Improvement Project The first of eight refurbished and historic neon signs has been installed as part of the continuing Las Vegas Boulevard Improvement Project. The signs are owned by the city of Las Vegas, The Neon Museum and Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO), and will be installed over the next several … [Read more...] about First of Eight Refurbished, Historic Neon Signs Has Been Installed on Las Vegas Boulevard
Second-place finish behind Keach secures season title for veteran driver For the third time in five years, Mark Allison can call himself the Late Model Truck Series points champion. The veteran driver from Las Vegas finished second to Lee Keach in the season-ending 35-lap feature at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Friday night to wrap up the 2022 LMTS … [Read more...] about Allison Wins Third Career Late Model Truck Series Points Championship at LVMS
In the market for auto insurance but not sure how much it will cost you? If you're a college student in Las Vegas, you're in luck. We've gathered data on auto insurance rates for college students in Las Vegas so you can budget accordingly. Auto insurance is a necessary expense to protect you and other drivers. In Las Vegas, the minimum insurance coverage is $15,000 for … [Read more...] about How Much are Auto Insurance Quotes for College Students in Las Vegas?
Las Vegas Haunts presents 24 Years of FEAR, Opens Sept. 29 ASYLUM & HOTEL FEAR are Nevada’s LARGEST attractions and opens on September 29. This season we have continued to upgrade the totally new ASYLUM, adding a new room and a bunch of new animations and effects. HOTEL FEAR has also added several new rooms and added new animations and scares. Our attractions are … [Read more...] about Asylum and Hotel Fear Return to The Meadows Mall for Halloween Season
Vegas PBS Daniel Tiger Be My Neighbor Day will return on Saturday, September 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Lawn in Downtown Summerlin. Daniel Tiger Be My Neighbor Day is a free outdoor event that promotes being a caring neighbor. Attendees can engage in community-faced acts of kindness and take part in family-friendly activities. PBS KIDS' beloved characters … [Read more...] about Vegas PBS Daniel Tiger Be My Neighbor Day, Sept. 24