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Justin Favela and Ramiro Gomez’s ‘Sorry for the Mess’ exhibit humanizes Vegas’ underrecognized labor force
Sorry for the Mess, a joint exhibition by Justin Favela and Ramiro Gomez, is an eye-opener. The 4,000-square-foot installation at UNLV’s Barrick Museum pays homage to the 85,000 Las Vegas casino employees who wash dishes, vacuum floors, clean rooms and mow lawns. Packed with sculptures and paintings made on-site (some in collaboration with Barrick Museum staff), Sorry for the Mess delivers wit, relevance and beauty.
Returning to the Earth: Eco Death Activists and the "Green Burials" Movement
Few experiences are more painful than losing someone we love, and the grief only continues as burial arrangements are made. On that terrible day when we have to inter a loved one, it’s difficult enough to cope with the act, let alone think beyond it.
UNLV Caesars Entertainment Joint Innovation Center
A Vegas casino company and the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) are collaborating to create a teaching and internship space that includes simulated casinos, hotel rooms, sports betting areas and eSports arena.
Cycling without warning lights will also be arrested and eviction documents confirm that minor traffic violations are not removed by the police referral ICE eviction
Many bills on the protection of undocumented immigrant rights in the Inner Mongolia Legislative Council have been slow. Public records confirm that the Nannei local police station played an important referral role in the detention, unauthorized immigration (ICE), and forced eviction procedures of undocumented immigrants.
The Modern Casino Resort: An Event and Meetings Hot-Spot
Casino resorts have long been known as the ultimate one-stop shop for some of the best accommodations, food, entertainment that a given city has to offer: Bright lights, delicious food, local flair, incredible entertainment, lavish lobbies and luxury accommodations – these are just a few of the trademark elements that have attracted individuals and groups to casino resorts over the years.
As teacher protests escalate, non-union educators express mixed feelings
Images of red-clad educators filling city streets and crowding into state capitals over the past year have displayed a unified effort among affiliates of the nation's two teachers unions to demand higher salaries and more funding for schools.