There is no real and polite way to describe Dr. Lonnie Lee Hammargren' home. Actually, it's three homes together. Just like there is no real way to describe Dr. Hammargren himself without using the words "unique" or "special". He is truly a state treasure. The 78-year-old … [Read more...] about A Day at Lonnie Hammargren’s Home – Nevada Day
If you were to designate a holiday for Las Vegas and have a reason to party, there can be no better one to choose than Halloween. And if you are ever on the Vegas Strip on Halloween or the weekend leading up to it, you know what I mean, its strange and kinky taken to … [Read more...] about Yes, Halloween is a Vegas Holiday!
Derek Stevens plans for his growing downtown empire are still not known. What is known is that one of his latest purchases has been turned to dust. The La Bayou Casino, once know as the Coin Castle and was home to the very first gaming license issued in Nevada, is now … [Read more...] about La Bayou Casino No More
Over the past week, there has been movement about to secure the area around UNLV Thomas & Mack Center, home to the final 2016 presidential debate on Wednesday. The center and surrounding parking structures and buildings are surrounded by makeshift walls and security teams. … [Read more...] about Debate Lockdown – Vegas Style
It's not the best deal, but its now a done deal. Las Vegas, one of the largest metropolitan cities in the world and in the United States without a major-league sports franchise, can heave a sigh of relief as Gov. Brian Sandoval will on Monday in Las Vegas, sign a bill that will … [Read more...] about Sandoval to sign amended Raiders stadium bill passed by Nevada Senate