The Love Store recently opened near the Las Vegas Healing Garden.
This fall, nearly 100 students participated, a record.
Throughout five public meetings, CCSD heard from nearly 300 people, and there were more than 1,000 check-ins.
Boomers announced it will shutter at the end of December after 16 years in business.
Owner Rhi Gladney was inspired by Portland’s Purringtons Cat Lounge.
Coming soon: Jammyland and Nevada Taste Site.
Regal Palace Station, a Luxury+ at Boulevard Mall and Maya Cinemas’ first local theater.
Rideshare vehicles. Lyft drivers could earn a five-star ratings by offering backseat chargers.
The thirst for these types of diversions is real, according to the LVCVA’s research.
Free parking, tea service and all those happy hours.
“You don’t need trucks and mobile billboards” on the Boulevard.
“You shouldn’t realize it’s there; you should only be aware of the benefits that come from it.”
Like most of us, UNLV senior Robert Gipson II is fed up with political polarization.
Founder Ashley Ayala hopes will the space will foster positive relationships—within the Las Vegas community and beyond.
“It’s the new dimension in making memories.”