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After ‘refocusing of the vision of God,’ Peace Palace on track to be finished by year’s end
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
They’re running behind schedule, but followers of the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon are still bringing a “Peace Palace” to America’s gambling mecca. The Unification Church, known for its mass weddings, extensive business holdings and cult-like founder, plans to finish construction of its 93,000-square-foot convention and training center on Bermuda Road at Sunset Road by year’s end. General contractor Steven Kwon attributed the delay to ...
Report: Las Vegas’ industrial space a turnoff for companies eyeing move here
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance has released a report saying dozens of companies that considered moving here picked other cities largely because of a dearth of big, available industrial properties ...
Confessions of a casino host: Tales of high rollers, comps and hookers
Sunday, April 13, 2014
When high rollers come to Las Vegas, they expect to be treated like royalty, to spend a weekend living out a hip-hop video — all comped, and all in exchange for laying down bets.
And they expect these perks to be delivered by ...
City makes room for another mall
Sunday, April 13, 2014
The Shops at Summerlin is slated to open near the end of this year. But after the ceremonial ribbon has been cut, after the congratulations and adulations are doled out, what exactly will shoppers walk into?
Lenders are repossessing fewer Nevada homes as foreclosures dip
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Nevada’s foreclosure rate was sixth highest in the country last month, after Florida, Maryland, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. One in every 701 housing units statewide received ...
Goal of LGBT center’s new CEO: Drama-free expansion
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Bob Elkins talks about his own "Dallas Buyers Club"-like story, the possibility of a "gayborhood" downtown and his experience being outed to his parents by national media ...
Las Vegas tourism agency to spend $119 million on advertising, marketing
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
The group that promotes Las Vegas tourism expects a slight bump in revenue next year, but is trimming its advertising and marketing costs. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority unveiled its...
Inventory of Las Vegas homes climbs along with prices
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
In Las Vegas, home prices have been climbing at one of the fastest rates in the country as investors, looking to capitalize on the housing crash, bought cheap homes in bulk to ...
Mysterious group buys underground doomsday house in Las Vegas
Friday, April 4, 2014
The famed underground house near Flamingo Road was built as a spacious Cold War bunker, to keep people alive and entertained in case the Soviets wiped out Las Vegas with ...
The sky is the limit for drone industry in Nevada, advocate says
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Michael Toscano, president and CEO of a drone-industry lobbying group in Arlington, Va., sees big potential, and big dollars, for unmanned aircraft in Nevada. But "drone" isn't his favorite term because...