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February 2019

Pop Vegas, the brand-new, trailblazing cultural and entertainment venue opening at The LINQ Promenade, announces its first exhibition: the Tattoo’d America Pop Museum (TAPM).

Historic Parry Lodge in Kanab, Utah, offers an attractive option for visitors headed to the Grand Canyon during the world-famous national park’s centennial year.

For the first time, AREA15, Las Vegas’ new immersive entertainment, retail and dining destination opening this December, unveils 40,000 square feet of unique event space within a wholly reimagined world of art, technology and design.

Go Grand and celebrate the 100th anniversary of Grand Canyon National Park with Papillon Group, the only air tour company certified to fly the entire length of the canyon.

Travelers looking for economical, efficient transportation AND great shopping values along the Las Vegas Strip can now take advantage of a special partnership between the Las Vegas Monorail and Grand Bazaar Shops Las Vegas, located at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

The Neon Museum introduces Gallery Talks, 15-minute presentations offered by museum interpreters during daytime general admission hours in the Neon Boneyard.

Tourism marketing veteran Michael Goldsmith announces the launch of Magellan Marketing. The new venture specializes in destination marketing and management, sporting and special event marketing, international business development, strategic counsel, digital marketing, publicity, and media relations.

The Underground, the Prohibition history exhibition at The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, featuring a speakeasy and distillery, announces special promotions, programs and events for February.

Art Classes for Kids Owner Kim Bavington has been a fixture of extra-curricular art instruction in Southern Nevada for kids ages 5 to 12 for nearly 30 years. Now, with the launch of her new YouTube channel, everyone can experience Bavington’s high-energy, easy-to-follow drawing, painting and sculpting instruction, which she presents on video with the help of a revolving array of school-age assistants.

Boo! U there? Been ghosted? This Valentine’s season, The San Francisco Dungeon is looking to turn your busted, broken, budding-romantic text exchanges into national glory with its search to crown “America’s Most Ghosted.”