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The accompanying festival also returns to Sunset Park

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February 4th, 2016

The accompanying festival also returns to Sunset Park

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    Set to open in May, Vegas’ Topgolf will be 105,000 square feet and four levels of swinging fun.

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    Paid parking/valet service is coming to the Strip via MGM Resorts: Questions abound, and we found some answers.

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    Clark County’s second area code went live in 2014, but I have yet to use it.

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    And Skin Wars producer/judge Robin Slonina is returning to her roots as a sculptor and painter.

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    LVSM must get approval of a land-use permit by the Clark County Commission or close in February.

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    Boyd Gaming announced a complete face-lift is underway at its seminal Downtown hotel-casino the California.

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    Plus: Budweiser's opening a bar and grill at Paris Las Vegas.

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    The Board of Regents could approve a management and programming agreement between KUNV and KNPR at its December meeting.

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    Plus Greenspun College of Urban Affairs recognizes its 2015 Alumna of the Year.

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    The new service rolled out in Las Vegas last week.

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    If you freaked out when the World Health Organization declared processed meats are a cause of colorectal cancer, don’t feel bad.

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    The American Cancer Society says most women should start yearly mammograms at age 45.

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    Lasvegasweekly.com takes top honors in Editor & Publisher's annual awards for the sixth time in the past seven years.

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