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New Breaking Bad Exhibit at Mob Museum in Downtown Las Vegas

Fans of the AMC television show “Breaking Bad” will rejoice at the news that the Mob Museum now has a permanent display for Walter White’s organized crime as a methamphetamine kingpin.   Breaking Bad Exhibit Makes Mob Museum Its New Home Fans will appreciate the homage on display: the infamous yellow hazmat suit worn by […]

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Oasis Eats Review: Chow

When I arrived at Chow for a dinner party, I was immediately greeted by a friendly hostess and a giant Chinese dragon mounted on the ceiling. I took my seat and studied the menu intently—it was going to be difficult to choose between so many interesting options. While Chow offers dishes of both Southern-fried chicken […]

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Visit Las Vegas Comic Con 2016 in March

Nerds of all fandoms are welcome to the Wizard World Comic Con in Las Vegas this year. Hosted on March 18-20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, fans of such shows like Doctor Who, Firefly, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Once Upon a Time, Supernatural, The Walking Dead and more will be able to meet and interact […]

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The First Friday Art Walk Returns to Downtown Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas is on the rise in a big way. There’s talk of a public transportation light rail that will better connect tourists and locals to downtown, the Strip and beyond. Tourism for Downtown Las Vegas is up and in the green. Now with the return of the First Friday Art Walk, there’s no […]

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Change-is-a-Comin’: Downtown Has Big Expansion Plans for 2016

Big plans are underway as part of a continuation to revitalize the Downtown Las Vegas area. Housing construction, new restaurants and more grace the horizon of 2016. For starters, a real estate acquisition and development company has agreed to partner with a Downtown Project affiliate called 901 Fremont LLC. Together, they will build a multifamily […]

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Oasis Eats Review: The Smashed Pig Gastropub

After a long day at the office, it was finally Friday night. We packed up our things and headed straight to Downtown Las Vegas where nearby the classic hotels on Fremont Street, a new restaurant had recently opened: The Smashed Pig Gastropub. Time for some grub. Inside, we were greeted promptly and kindly by a hostess. […]

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Downtown Las Vegas’s Tiny Homes Neighborhood

Can you imagine yourself living in a 200 square foot home? How about 160 square feet? Today the average home size is 2,600 square feet and growing. But, a few people started to ask themselves, “Why do I need all this empty space?” Houses are hundreds of thousands of dollars and mortgages are 30 year […]

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Why Las Vegas is a One of a Kind City

With the insurmountable slew of opinions surrounding the city of Las Vegas (some good and some bad), there’s no denying that Sin City is a truly unique, one-of-a-kind experience. Where else can you get any food imaginable 24/7, drink alcohol on the Strip and Fremont Street and see a hundred (or so) Elvis impersonators? Oasis […]

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Vintage Vegas: See Downtown Vegas Hotels in the Good Ol’ Days

In 1905, the city of Las Vegas was born. A booming railroad town, the Union Pacific brought in poker chips and whiskey to what would one day become Downtown Las Vegas. One year later the first casino, Hotel Nevada (now the Golden Gate), was built, charging just $1 for room and board. Their address? 1 […]

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10 Things You Need to See in Downtown Las Vegas in 2016

Did you know most of the Strip isn’t even in Las Vegas? It’s in the town of Paradise! If you want a taste of what Las Vegas is really like, it’s in downtown, where the preservation of such iconic sites like Atomic Liquors can mingle with new landmarks like the Container Park in a strange […]

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Zappos Welcomes Dogs Into the Workplace

Zappos, the well-known online shoe and clothing company, with headquarters in Downtown Las Vegas, has made a lot of changes this year. The largest change being that they incorporated a new management system called holacracy. In fact, there’s no management system. Zappos employees manage themselves under the holacracy method. Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, has […]

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Visiting Downtown Las Vegas for the Winter

As an incredibly popular getaway destination, Vegas doesn’t really have an off season. Our “high season” for tourism lasts a staggering ten and a half months from January to mid November. In 2014, over 41 million visitors graced the streets of Vegas for some fun. The period between Christmas and Valentine’s Day is still heavy […]

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