Favorite People and Places in Las Vegas

Photo: Bike Share is Golden Favorite places in Las Vegas? I have some faves, mostly family-friendly and inspired: RTC Bikeshare Clark County Wetlands Park Community Healing Garden Nuwu Cannabis Marketplace Neon Museum Old Fort Museum Clark County Museum Pinball Hall of Fame Fabulous Las Vegas Sign Vegas Vaquero Seven Magic Mountains Great Buns Bakery Tomato …

Las Vegas Water Tour

Photo: Photo During 2020 Responsible Travel Week we are strolling and soundwalking our journey to the waterways of Las Vegas. Look for major updates to this page and links mentioned below. One of the most interesting case studies in water use, management, recreation and conservation … presenting headlines and resources for those interested in learning …

Tropicana Avenue (Las Vegas)

Photo: Blue Skies Streets in Vegasland boast the names of classic casinos, some still in operation like the “Tiffany of the Strip” the Trop, aka the world-famous Tropicana Avenue. Join us as we take the slow adventure road trip along the avenue. There are fresh-baked, gluten-full staples and deserts, a wetlands park that leads to …

Neon Museum

Photo: 2008 Boneyard Las Vegas – The Neon Museum is one of our local faves downtown and one of the world’s best displays of beautiful, memorable and often illuminated signage. No joke. April 1, 2020 a virtual tour streams live on Twitter of the Lost Vegas installation by Tim Burton at 130pm Pacific. #NeonBoneyard Lost …

Las Vegas, Nevada

Photo: Skyline Publisher’s note: Viva los slow adventures and responsible, conscious, local travel that doesn’t skip on the eating, drinking, gaming and entertaining fit for one of the world’s most storie/d cities. In terms of this page and links below, he coverage of Las Vegas and surrounding environs from Planeta.com merits a 65% self-assessment rating …

Las Vegas’ Fremont Street

Photo A walk down Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas is a stroll through the ephemeral, the immediate now with buskers at established performing circles demand attention and offer varying qualities of music and photo opportunities. Contrasted to the rest of the southwest and rural Nevada, Fremont Street is loud. The canopy lights up at …

Little Grass Shack

Poster Among our favorite radio programs: Little Grass Shack, a Saturday staple on KUNV, Broadcasting from Greenspun Hall, UNLV. (Las Vegas). New hours starting in November 2019: Sundays, 12-4pm. Share the aloha and listen. Key Links LGSVegas.com Calendar On-air personalities Webcam Playlist Facebook Listen live on LGSVegas.com and KUNV 915thesource.org/live – @KUNVradio ‏ Questions What’s …

Las Vegas’ Old Fort State Historic Park

Photo: Old fort state park Among our Las Vegas faves, the place where Las Vegas began, the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park, 500 East Washington Avenue in downtown. Entrance fee is $3 and free for those under 12 years of age. Tue-Sat 8am-430pm. Recommended for history fans. The fort is on the …

Las Vegas Strip

Photo: James Marvin Phelps, Strip on Fire This page explores Las Vegas Boulevard’s busiest corridor, affectionately known as the Las Vegas Strip (even though it technically part of Clark County, not Las Vegas proper. Organization on this page is a bit random and about a quarter of what it could be … The Las Vegas …

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Photo: Ron Mader, Visitors Center Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is located about 15 miles (24 kilometers) west of Las Vegas. History: In 1990 Congress designated Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area as Nevada’s first National Conservation Area (the seventh to be designated nationally). Today the nearly 200,000 acre park is managed by the Bureau …