Fiddlestix: It’s big.
Thanks in part to Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh, parts of DTLV that used to be barren wastelands are now trendy spots for hipsters, families and tourists.
For a casual setting complete with lawn games and fire pits, head to the backyard at the Gold Spike located in downtown Las Vegas.
In 400 words or less, would-be brides and grooms can submit an online essay explaining why they deserve to get a free wedding aboard AAA’s autonomous shuttle circling downtown Las Vegas.
There are a few familiar “guests,” too.
Along with the praying mantis (usually parked at Downtown Container Park), the mechanical menagerie features the Park on Fremont Street’s resident swan, a rhinoceros and an alligator.
On Saturday, the Intergalactic Art Car Festival will shut down the Strip as rolling sculptures — from Mantis, which is usually parked at Downtown Container Park to vehicles sporting such exotic names, and profiles, as Rhino, Swan and Mr.