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Tag Archives: Las Vegas
The OC Register has a look at some of the controversy surrounding the Mag-Lev Bullet Train being planned for a route between Orange County, CA and Clark County, NV. Of course, everyone is calling it the Disneyland to Sin City … Continue reading
People are streaming into Las Vegas to welcome in the New Year. Steve Wynn, who is often compared to Walt Disney, has just opened up Encore, his follow-up to his eponymous crescent-shaped tower. With the way the economy is going, … Continue reading
Las Vegas continues to attract versions of Broadway shows to its many high quality theaters. The latest show to hit the strip is Disney’s “The Lion King.” It will repace Mamma Mia which enjoyed a 2300 performance run at the … Continue reading
About 10 years behind schedule, funding has finally been approved for a real study into the feasibility of building a Magnetic Levitation based railway between Las Vegas and Anaheim, arguably the two biggest tourist draws in the Southwest. If built, … Continue reading