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Saloon with Style

A century-old building, beautifully renovated, serves up classic upscale cocktails in Carson City. Along with its architectural beauty, the Bank Saloon serves up history in its full-service bar, including craft cocktails and beer from Nevada distilleries and breweries. The saloon, included on the National Registry of Historic Buildings, was originally opened in 1899 in downtown Carson City across...

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Thriving in a Small Town – Mesquite Fine Arts Center

Mesquite Fine Arts Center showcases artistic endeavors. In the city of Mesquite, 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas, artists continue to paint, sculpt, draw, color, and create. The nonprofit Mesquite Fine Arts Center, managed by the Virgin Valley Artists Association, remains open for all to enjoy (and purchase) artwork made by local artists. The center is a hub...

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Bending Dimensions

Museum Fiasco immerses guests in light and sound. Museum Fiasco (located on the mezzanine in AREA15) invades Las Vegas as the city’s first Kunsthalle-style museum premiering its first show, Cluster. The award-winning installation by Playmodes Studio shares its international cross-culture work from Spain in Southern Nevada. Everyone who enters the large-scale audio-visual experience is immersed in a dynamic,...

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Lee Lanier Paints Opens at The Arts Factory

Creativity Thrives Lee Lanier Paints art gallery at The Arts Factory is now open—a show of faith that COVID-19 cannot stop creativity. Lanier’s paintings use historical, literary, and mythological characters to display perseverance and victory. His artwork includes empowered women and a range of elements from 20th-century commercial illustration, pop surrealism, and Renaissance tableau. Lanieir combines his work...

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