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Vegas at Home: Ryan Worley
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The dancer in ‘Chippendales the Show’ gives you some pointers for that perfect physique.

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Las Vegas entertainers share stories about their new normal
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They also offers words of encouragement to those struggling during this difficult time.

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Vegas at Home: Jennifer Romas
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The producer and star of ‘Sexxy: The Show’ at Westgate Las Vegas helps you get in shape.

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How Las Vegas farmers markets are adapting in coronavirus era
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Things have been a little different for customers of farmers markets across the Las Vegas area, and for the vendors, too. With social distancing brought on by efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, the traditional farmers market can’t work exactly like it did before restrictions. 

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Take a Virtual Trip to Las Vegas without Leaving Home with Custom Zoom Backgrounds, Virtual Tours and Experiences
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LAS VEGAS – With social distancing and work from home regulations in place, more people are relying on video conferencing to stay connected. To take a break from the mundane while away from…

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Vegas at Home: Rick Moonen
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The celebrity chef and his wife, Roni, show you how to create a great meal.

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Until Las Vegas dining returns, enjoy the works of its celebrity chefs on Instagram
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Giada De Laurentiis, Gordon Ramsay and more bring their home-cooking to the world.

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Las Vegas gaming execs give up paychecks during virus shutdown
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With hundreds of William Hill employees out of work because of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the bookmaker’s top executives said he didn’t feel right getting paid. “Last week, we made the painful decision to furlough over 600 people,” said Joe Asher …

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Penn National sells Tropicana, will furlough 26,000 workers
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Tropicana Las Vegas will have a new owner. Penn National Gaming on Friday announced an agreement to sell the Las Vegas property’s real estate assets — including land and buildings — to Gaming & Leisure Properties in return for $337.5 million in “rent credits.”

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