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Eastside Cannery Marking Anniversary

Eastside Cannery Marking Anniversary

The locals casino The Eastside Cannery is offering a number of specials to celebrate its anniversary.

The Eastside Cannery, 5255 Boulder Highway, is celebrating its third anniversary this month.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal


Eastside Cannery "Lights It Up Blue" for Autism Awareness

The iconic Eastside Cannery building will attract even more attention on April 1st and 2nd, especially during the nighttime hours.  That's because the structure will be illuminated in blue. "Light It Up Blue" is a nationwide effort to encourage businesses and residences to light up their structures in blue light in recognition of those families affected by autism.  The Eastside Cannery, on Boulder Highway is able to change the colors displayed on the building quite easily.  There are roughly 16,000 LED lights on the exterior of the building which can be programmed to change colors or illuminate one particular shade of color.  The blue lights will be visual Friday, April 1st and Saturday April 2nd, which is World Autism Awareness Day.  Every 1 in 110 children is affected by the autism disorder.  More information on Light It Up Blue can be found at www.lightitupblue.org and www.autismspeaks.org.


Boyd Gaming’s ‘March Hoopla Pick the Winners’ begins March 14

Boyd Gaming’s ‘March Hoopla Pick the Winners’ begins March 14

Celebrate March Madness with the March Hoopla Pick the Winners college basketball contest! The contest is free and open to all B Connected Cardholders. People just need to pick their teams at any Boyd Gaming Kiosk. There are 10 total picks throughout March Madness, and the grand prize winner will receive $10,000, seconf place recieving $5,000, and third getting $1,000. March Hoopla Pick the Winners at The Orleans, Sam’s Town, Suncoast, Gold Coast, California and Fremont.

More Homeowners Falling Delinquent on Mortgages

LAS VEGAS -- The number of Southern Nevada homeowners delinquent on their mortgage payments has climbed steadily for the past several months. In some cases, it's people just willing to walk away from their homes, and in other cases, homeowners are holding out hope that they will get a loan modification.

In any given neighborhood, chances are good that a homeowner is the process of walking away from their mortgage. In the past, five months was typically the longest a homeowner could stay in their home until the bank would come knocking. But that is no longer the case.

Nick Nolf with The Nolf Group has been in the real estate business through the boom, the bust, and now the slow turn-around.