10 Must-See Places on the Las Vegas Strip
Conde Nast Traveler describes Las Vegas as a “…glitzy, brash, opulent…” place filled with grand structures, classy establishments and theme hotels and parks. These attractions often make locals frequent hosts to…
Starting a Small Business in Las Vegas: What You Should Know
Las Vegas is an inviting place to start a small business, according to Inc.com. Among the many advantages are competitive real estate prices, affordable services, a ready workforce and low…
Las Vegas Watering Laws
With that desert heat, we know it can be tempting to keep the hose on all day, but did you know there are restrictions when it comes to keeping yards…
desert friendly plants
Gardening in the Las Vegas Valley poses the usual desert challenges: little water, salty soil, low organic matter and extreme temperatures, according to the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension. But…
teen driver
If you’re a teenager and you live in Las Vegas, there are several steps to complete before getting your drivers license, according to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. Here’s…
Las Vegas Monorail
Whether you’re a tourist or longtime resident, driving on the Las Vegas Strip can be a traffic nightmare. Instead, try the underused and two-decades-old Las Vegas Monorail, which travels the…
What Las Vegas Homeowners Need to Know About Solar Energy
Las Vegas averages 300 days of sunshine a year, which can make the thought of using solar energy appealing. Though the average cost of installing solar panels in Las Vegas…
Changing Your Name in Las Vegas: The New Bride’s Checklist
Planning a wedding means spending months planning every final detail of your big day. Unfortunately, the planning doesn’t end as soon as you’ve said your “I dos.” After the wedding…
First Friday Las Vegas: Where Local Art and Culture Meet
Just a few minutes away from the Strip lies a very different side of Las Vegas. Every first Friday of the month, the Las Vegas Arts District — an 18-block area…
kids in las vegas
Las Vegas may be known as an adult playground, but there are a surprising number of activities for families with children who are new to the area. Here’s a look…