Jesse Garon, the official Elvis of Las Vegas performed Jan. 8, 2015, at the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, along with the Opportunity Village Elvi and Roaring Thunder dance troupe, as presented by Opp Village and the Fine and Performing Arts Program. (Courtesy photos)Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman along with Clark County Commissioner Larry Brown made a proclamation Thursday May 14, 2009, declaring " Summer in Paradise" a full month ahead of schedule for the rest of the country. The proclamation took place at the "Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas" sign to commenorate the 5oth anniversary of the landmark. A retrospective fashion show was held hosted by Holly Madison. The festivities continued on the strip at the Fashion Show Mall where 281 bikini clad ladies paraded across the strip to set a new Guinness World Record. JOHN GURZINSKI/LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNALA women in a swimsuit blows a kiss to the crowd while on a temporary stage set up next to the "Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas … [Read more...] about 60 things to know about the ‘Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas’ sign
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By Hayley Munguia | [email protected] | Long Beach Press-TelegramPUBLISHED: February 27, 2019 at 12:04 pm | UPDATED: February 27, 2019 at 12:05 pm Laserfiche, a software company based in Long Beach, is seeking to double down on its investment in the city by expanding its headquarters in the city’s Los Cerritos neighborhood. The company plans to take over 10 lots, which comprise just over two acres, south of its current office space at 3545 Long Beach Blvd. The proposal to build a new four-story, 102,840 square-foot office building will come before the City Council at its Tuesday, March 5, meeting. Laserfiche, a software company based in Long Beach, is seeking to double down on its investment in the city by expanding its headquarters in the city’s Los Cerritos neighborhood. The company plans to take over 10 lots, which comprise just over two acres, south of its current office space at 3545 Long Beach Blvd. The […] Rendering of Laserfiche’s proposed new office … [Read more...] about Laserfiche headquarters expansion, which could double the company’s Long Beach jobs, to come before City Council
PUBLISHED: 11:20 06 August 2013 | UPDATED: 11:20 06 August 2013 by Melissa York Sunbathers at the Royal Victoria Beach in Royal Victoria Docks. Archant Residents living by London’s biggest beach have complained about the increased amount of litter and anti-social behaviour since the attraction arrived. The Urban Beach project is the brainchild of the Royal Docks Management Authority (RoDMA) and Newham Council to create a more pleasant dockside.But the attraction, modelled on similar projects along the River Seine in Paris, has “overwhelmed” organisers with its popularity and success has brought its own problems outlined by readers on the Newham Recorder website. GSB Newham wrote: “Broken glass is strewn across the ground, along with dirty nappies, rotting food, discarded clothing and underwear, soiled condoms, and all manner of other human waste of the vilest nature.“The instigators of the beach didn’t think to provide … [Read more...] about Litter and noise plague residents living by Royal Docks beach
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | Hundreds of Complaints Flood In About New York Store Signs, but From Whom? Supported by ByKaren Zraick Dec. 11, 2018 The calls to 311 started to pick up steam about a year ago. They were complaints about an arcane New York City statute requiring special permits for businesses to hang signs or awnings larger than six square feet. The caller — or callers — was clearly targeting certain commercial strips, making complaints in batches, as on Nov. 26, when calls came in reporting 25 businesses along a two-block stretch of Eighth Avenue in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The businesses did not have a license for their signs, the complaints said. But it wasn’t just a couple of days of calls, city data shows. In Brooklyn, the hardest-hit borough, 234 calls about illegal signage were made to New York … [Read more...] about Hundreds of Complaints Flood In About New York Store Signs, but From Whom?
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It's one of the oldest standing signs in San Francisco -- and one of the most famous.And now the lantern sign outside the iconic Li Po Lounge bar has gotten a new face lift with help from the city. RELATED: Beloved Orchard Supply Hardware sign disappears from oldest retail site in SJ"The most happiest thing is to see the local customers to tell me they're so happy to see the neon is on," said Jackie Cheung, the manager of Li Po Lounge.She minces no words when she talks about her newly-restored sign above the venerable bar on Grant Avenue.She thanks the city's SF Shines program, which gave her a matching grant, part of a new project to restore old signs in historical neighborhoods.The sign has been up since Li Po Lounge opened its doors in 1937.You can see it in a still from the 1947 movie "The Lady from Shanghai."Anthony Bourdain loved the bar for its Chinese Mai Tai's. But age took its toll. "There was corrosion and rust. Most of the tubes in the sign were … [Read more...] about One of San Francisco’s oldest, more famous signs gets face lift