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Improving the airplane boarding experience has become something of a holy grail over the years, especially after a 1998 Boeing study suggested that airlines could increase profits by decreasing airplane turnaround time. Since then, airlines have invested significant time and money into seeing if they can speed up one of the most frustrating parts of air travel—and that’s saying a lot, considering the other frustrating elements of flying.
NRCA member Commercial Roofers Inc., Las Vegas, recently awarded its annual scholarship to Jason Saccoliti, a fourth-year student at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, who is studying to become an architect.
It’s Make or Break Time for Biogen’s Alzheimer’s Drug
Biogen Inc. stunned Alzheimer’s researchers in March when it said its highly awaited Alzheimer’s treatment aducanumab was unlikely to work. Seven months later, the company reversed course and said the drug did work after all -- at least in one of two large trials.
Panama has a double independence party; of the Spanish crown in 1821 and of Colombia in 1903, so that all November there are festivities in the Central American country, which arrive -to Las Vegas- thanks to the Panama Folklore Las Vegas group, who prepared the dances, costumes and typical meals of their country.
A UNLV economics professor predicted the national economy will continue its slowdown in 2020 and 2021 and that should trickle down to the gaming and hospitality industry in Las Vegas that he said is surprisingly soft given record passenger numbers traveling through McCarran International Airport.
As the end of the year approaches, it’s a good idea to start thinking about how you’ll handle your federal tax return. Some taxpayers are still getting familiar with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, which has been in effect for only one tax season.
Cannabis a risk to fetal development, says UNLV School of Medicine study
Daily use of marijuana during pregnancy may lead to an increased risk of low birth weight, low resistance to infection, and can “disrupt the necessary flow of oxygen-rich blood through the placenta,” according to a study from the UNLV School of Medicine.