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The Helldorado Rodeo, Las Vegas' longest running civic event, announced Tuesday that its 2014 festivities will take place May 15-18 at a new location near The Smith Center, on Symphony Park Avenue and Grand Central Parkway. Previously it was downtown
Officials are marking the opening of a pedestrian bridge linking the Las Vegas City Hall area with the Symphony Park development and the Smith Center for the Performing Arts . A Wednesday ceremony is set to let elected officials and members of the
Development in downtown Las Vegas is generating lots of buzz, but it's still not ready to support a new upscale hotel property. That's according to backers of a proposed Charlie Palmer hotel and restaurant near the Smith Center for the Performing
With a brief oath of office and some camera flashes, the Las Vegas City Council welcomed its newest member Wednesday morning. Mayor Carolyn Goodman administered the oath to newly elected Ward 2 Councilman Bob Beers. "Welcome and we wish you the best,"
Jessica Ebelhar/Las Vegas Review-Journal Ryan Merritt installs a sculpture outside the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas on Monday...Bavington is completing paintings for the interior of the center, which are to draw inspiration from
The votes are in. "Every city has a soul" is downtown Las Vegas' new motto. The winning tagline, which captured 35 percent of more than 1,200 votes in an online contest between four finalists, will be unveiled at today's Symphony Park lecture series,
07 p.m. "What happens here, stays here," put Sin City on the marketing map...The city of Las Vegas tasked Symphony Park project manager Newland Co. with marketing the downtown area as a cohesive unit, including major civic projects like The Smith
Nobody is better at selling the good news and ignoring the bad than Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, the city's best pitchman. He proved that once again at his final State of the City speech Tuesday. In 2000, he outlined four goals: a sports arena, a
tall showgirls at his side, a drink in his hand, dressed to impress, and with a big smile on his face before an adoring crowd -- including City Council members in formal wear -- that filled the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute's reception hall.
In 1999, the year Oscar Goodman was elected mayor of Las Vegas, so much that's now emblematic of the city and the metropolitan area was new or nonexistent. The Fremont Street Experience was just 4 years old, and the empty Neonopolis mall at Las Vegas