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Downtown Las Vegas

Symphony Park is where it all begins—the dream of a new Downtown, a cultural and commercial hub, the soul of a real city.

With stadium plans scuttled, what’s next for Symphony Park?

March 4th, 2015

Symphony Park is where it all begins—the dream of a new Downtown, a cultural and commercial hub, the soul of a real city.

  • Fine Art

    "This is about people at different stages in their lives reflecting on a sentimental shared experience."

  • As We See It

    The study, commissioned by the City of Las Vegas, offers some interesting findings to chew on.

  • A&E

    February 6 will be the first time since 2008 that poetry has been featured at Downtown's monthly culture fest.

  • FeaturedDowntown Las VegasLifestyle

    Micro-showers, campfire sing-alongs and soup with Tony Hsieh. Welcome to the tiniest neighborhood in Las Vegas.

  • A&E

    The show features performers from Le Rêve, Mystère, Absinthe and others.

  • As We See It

    Also, artificial bird adoptions (?!) at the Writer's Block.

  • As We See It

    “A lot of money goes into promoting Las Vegas as just the Strip and not our community.”

  • Fine Art

    It wasn’t meant to be such a departure from her usual style and subject matter; it just turned out that way.

  • Music

    This wasn’t a concert. It was a history lesson.

  • Incidental Tourist

    New noodles at the California are a good start.

  • As We See It

    "You made it possible for me to buy a real piece of art, because you saw the look in my eyes and wanted me to ...

  • Nightlife

    Where to start at the Arts District brewpub.

  • Nightlife

    The brewery features a well-rounded menu for craft-beer lovers, as well as newbie hopheads.

  • As We See It

    There’s no science here. Just silliness. But tell us we’re wrong about the mantis.

  • A&E

    The King or Costello? You don't have to choose at the Bunkhouse this weekend.

  • Fine Art

    The immersive exhibition at Brett Wesley modulates light and space before the eyes.

  • Stage

    And with a sly sense of humor even in its darkest moments, the show isn't all horror.

  • Dining

    Downtown's newest coffee shop features cups brewed fresh to order and Latin comfort foods.

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  • Dining News

    Vegas DeLuxe has learned exclusively that KGB in at Harrah’s and his popular Simon Restaurant & Lounge in Palms Place will be shuttered shortly. Carson ...

  • BusinessDiningFeatured

    Big food, crazy cocktails and undeniable warmth: A day in the life of a Strip institution.

  • Dining

    At Billy's, pork is put on a pedestal courtesy of a “competition-style” rub that uses many flavors stacked together.

  • As We See It

    The fallacy of the failed “family-friendly” era is as absurd as it is infuriating.

  • Chef Talk

    The Hell's Kitchen winner moved from Gordon Ramsay Steak to BurGR last year.

  • Reviews

    The food at Wynn resorts will always be fancy, and we wouldn’t want it any other way.

  • As We See It

    Like an old museum with a bad curator, the Riviera has its historic charm and bad updates.

  • Dining

    Desyree Alberganti is leaving the Downtown favorite she helped create.

  • BusinessFeaturedFood

    If you’ve eaten Mexican food in Las Vegas, you’ve probably had Los Arcos tortillas or chips, which are the foundation for tacos and nachos in ...

  • As We See It

    We've all heard it: "Everybody leaves Las Vegas"

  • Nightlife

    Does the space boast a bigger dancefloor now? Find that—and all the deets—here.

  • Weekly Q&A

    The choreographer extraordinaire talks working on Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers, researching for Showgirls and teaching Tom Cruise to spank some air booty in Tropic Thunder.

  • Breaking News

    In 1975, Leonard Nimoy published an autobiography with the defiant title, "I Am Not Spock" — an attempt to show the world he had many ...

  • As We See It

    “Kids today have so many cute questions. Why do the doggies have tails? Why does the moon follow us? What’s a rusty trombone?”

  • As We See It

    This is one party Nevada doesn’t want to see end.

  • As We See It

    SMU's Arts Vibrancy Index aimed to determine the "hotbeds of America's arts and culture."

  • Film

    The movie’s first half is playful and sly, ending with a small but satisfying twist.

  • Hot Spots

    Also, GBDC gets even more vibrant for the Color Run afterparty.

  • Nightlife

    Where will you seek guidance from the emerald-hued muse?