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March 2019

After serving countless Prohibition-era cocktails, specialty microbrews, hundreds of gallons of distilled moonshine, The Underground at The Mob Museum approaches its first anniversary. Join the celebration, sponsored by Jim Beam, on Saturday, April 20 and experience the tastes and sounds of the Roaring Twenties, along with a variety of extraordinary special offers.

The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, announces its roster of public programs for April. Among this month’s events, April 20 will mark the one-year anniversary of The Underground, the Museum’s Prohibition history exhibition housing an authentic 1920s-inspired speakeasy and moonshine distillery.

The Tattoo’d America Pop-up Attraction, opening April 11 at Pop Vegas at The LINQ Promenade at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, announces its partnership with Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum. Tattoo’d America will feature onsite a Sailor Jerry museum-within-a-museum which will include a unique collection of famed tattoo artist Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins’ original tattoo flash sheets and photography.

he Neon Museum introduces “Hidden in Bright Light: The Untold Story of Neon,” a presentation by Dr. Dydia Delyser at the museum’s Ne10 Studio. The event takes place Thursday, May 9 with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.; the lecture begins at 7 p.m.

Ferraro’s has designed a delectable prix fixe menu in anticipation of guests seeking to treat moms on Sunday, May 12, Mother’s Day. Having a special meal out with the family is one of the things Moms cherish the most and Ferraro’s is prepared to provide an unforgettable experience for the entire family.

The Neon Museum is honored to be awarded funding grants through the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and two Nevada community-based organizations: NV Energy Foundation and City of Las Vegas Historic Preservation Commission.

Las Vegas’ new immersive entertainment, retail and dining destination opening this December, has announced Dan Pelson as chief operating officer.

Towering at 550 feet in the air, High Roller is the iconic engineering marvel that forever changed the Las Vegas skyline. On Sunday, March 31, High Roller at The LINQ Promenade, the world’s tallest observation wheel celebrates its fifth birthday.

The newly restored, re-electrified Hard Rock Café guitar sign was illuminated for the first time during a private event for museum donors and VIPs. The sign was divided into six pieces (see photos of all six pieces here) in order to be transported to the Neon Museum Boneyard from the Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO)

Lip Smacking Foodie Tours introduces its award-winning culinary experience to San Jose’s upscale Santana Row in the heart of Silicon Valley. This open-air, European-style piazza encompassing trendy restaurants, retail shops, tech companies, a boutique hotel, movie theater and luxurious residences, attracts 12 million visitors annually—making it an ideal place to launch the Lip Smacking Foodie Tour experience.