Nevadans who want to commemorate the strength of the Las Vegas community, support the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center and remember the victims of the 1 October 2017 tragedy, can now purchase “Forever Strong” specialty license plates at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Created by the DMV in coordination with Clark County, the specialty tags feature the black-and-gold-heart logo designed by R&R Partners for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (which produces Las Vegas Newswire) on a gold gradient background. The word “Nevada” is centered at the top of the plate and “Forever Strong” is centered at the bottom.
In the spotlight: Bugsy, Now You See Me and Fright Night. Bugsy — First, the minuses: You won’t see much of honest-to-goodness Las Vegas in director Barry Levinson’s 1991 gangster epic that purports to chronicle Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel’s rise in our town and his “creation” of the Flamingo hotel-casino.
ICYMI: Fall NASCAR Weekend kicked off Sept. 12 with Burnout Boulevard on the Las Vegas Strip. Throughout the weekend, fans had the opportunity to see all of their favorite drivers and experience the one-of-a-kind Neon Garage featuring live music and entertainment all weekend long. Las Vegas Newswire and photographer Sam Morris take you up close to the action.