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The once-transient nature of Las Vegas is changing, and the Valley is becoming a permanent home for more and more residents each year.

How Las Vegas has become a permanent home for many

February 21st, 2019

The once-transient nature of Las Vegas is changing, and the Valley is becoming a permanent home for more and more residents each year.

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  • With the recent announcement of Blink-182’s residency at the Palms and the 2018 lineup of musicians slated for an extended stay at MGM’s Park Theater, ...

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  • For a business owner, the opportunity to grow his or her company is an exhilarating and sometimes precarious endeavor.

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