There is nothing better than unwinding in a warm bath and better yet—one that is nature made and chock-full of detoxifying powers. Lucky for locals and tourists alike, Nevada has over 300 stellar springs to explore.
Aaron Berger is the executive director of Las Vegas-based The Neon Museum. The nationally accredited museum works to preserve and present Las Vegas’ history through an iconic collection of vintage signs. Learn about Aaron Berger…
There is a lot of ground to cover in the Downtown Las Vegas Art District. The 20-block neighborhood boasts seemingly endless fun things to do, from catching a bite to eat at one of the many dining spots to exploring the latest art exhibit or late-night event.
The Neon Museum in Las Vegas has named Thomas Putzier, a queer Minneapolis-based conceptual artist and designer, as its seventh Artist in Residence. He will focus on the role neon signage has played in serving as visual representatives of “expression, personality and leisure.”
Ah, Labor Day weekend—the final holiday of the season where we get to bid adieu to summer and make way for fall. Fortunately, Nevada is set to have plenty of Labor Day weekend events where locals and tourists alike can get their long weekend party on.
From Oct. 27 to Oct. 30, The Neon Museum will host a four-day event, Duck Duck Shed: Celebrating Las Vegas Architecture, Design, and Culture. The new event will recognize the iconic architecture that defines Sin City as a cultural hub.
Ada’s Wine Bar, located in Tivoli Village in Summerlin, proves that you can have over-the-top fun while enjoying cuisine worthy of a beloved James Beard finalist.
If you’re looking to get an authentic taste of the city without having to splurge on a hefty drink bill, happy hour is definitely the right place to start. And fortunately, the city is home to a few truly can’t-miss ones. These are the five best happy hours to check out in Las Vegas.
Myisha Boyce is the president of M.Y.S. Firm, a professional services firm that offers community-centered programming and design. Boyce recently joined the board of directors of StartUpNV, Nevada’s nonprofit business accelerator and incubator for scalable startups.
Jason Dittenber is the new head of the ABI Multifamily Las Vegas office. ABI Multifamily is the western US’s leading brokerage and advisory services firm, focusing exclusively on apartment investment transactions.