Fashion Show mall complies with 30-day shutdown in Nevada — PHOTOS – Las Vegas Review-Journal

Shoppers were nowhere in sight at Fashion Show mall on the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday.
Shoppers were nowhere in sight at Fashion Show mall on the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday.
The mall, along with thousands of businesses in the Las Vegas Valley, temporarily shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the closing of all nonessential businesses Tuesday amid the pandemic. The shutdown is for 30 days, beginning Wednesday, and will be re-evaluated at the end of that period.
Here’s a look at some of what’s new at Las Vegas’ top pools, from parties to food and drink to a European-style pool that’s suddenly a lot more American.
Rita Rudner, who once modeled for cars at a Las Vegas convention, has grossed $100 million in her career as a comedy headliner.
The Clark County Building Department issued a demolition permit last week for the domed, Roman-themed structure.
Drake makes his first tour stop on the Strip in five years at T-Mobile Arena in September.
Adele could perform in venue’s opening from August through the first week of November. There is also a possibility of her restarting as early as June.
Raiders owner Mark Davis said of Sheldon Adelson and his father, Al Davis, “They were both focussed, single-minded men.”
“A Sort of Homecoming” is due St. Patrick’s Day, appropriate as Bono and The Edge have invited Dave Letterman on a tour of Dublin.
Brett Torino and Paul Kanavos have already teamed up to build retail projects in the heart of the casino corridor.
Encore Theater headliner Iliza Shlesinger held a “rave” for her 40th, with “nice cocktails and professional face painters.”
Fans now have a better idea of what to expect when the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix takes place later this year.
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