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Downtown Project's purchase of the land Atomic Liquors sits on has many scratching their heads.

Joe Downtown: Will DTP finally take on housing? Doing so could save Downtown

July 30th, 2014

Downtown Project's purchase of the land Atomic Liquors sits on has many scratching their heads.

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    In June, President Obama singled out Jen McCabe, saying Las Vegas could become the center for “a revolution … in American manufacturing.”

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    Huntridge Revival wants $1 million in public funding to move forward with renovating the historic theater.

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    Phil Pascal and Demont Daniel brought the party to Picnic on a recent Friday.

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    Tom Haskins lived in the conventional world and attained middle-class wealth and status. He didn’t much like it.

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    Downtown Project's Rangers don't carry cuffs or guns, but they are trying to create a smile pandemic.

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    “We take people who are on the path of hopelessness and get them back on the path of hope.”

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    The answer is coming, largely by way of ... Iowa City, Iowa.

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    The complex took a big hit with the city's denial of liquor licenses for Krave and Drink & Drag.

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    Many are working Downtown, but more need to actually move to the area.

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    Next time you look around Fremont Street and lament so many police officers, remember: You have a drink in your hand.

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    The coming casino's proximity to Zappos headquarters, convenience and friendly amenities will help it make a big impact Downtown.

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    Complaints have been made that Downtown's police are too heavy-handed.

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    The City Council and various city departments might be on the small screen soon.

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    Downtowners aren't all trust-fund kids with nothing better to do than work on apps.

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    One of the truisms about redevelopment is that urban zones forgotten and left for dead only turn around when perceptions do. For decades, east Fremont ...

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    The tech conference attracted Millennials by the masses.

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    Local activist Angie Morelli is bringing the fight against GMOs to the voters.

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    "I’ve never seen them like here. It’s like with some of them, ‘Why are you still alive?’”

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    New Las Vegas mega-club hotspot Omnia at Caesars Palace announced this morning the addition of Grammy Award-nominated and multiplatinum-selling artist Steve Angello to its list ...

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