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Asian-themed resort opens soon in Vegas
Image courtesy of Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino
Thanks to some new financial backing, Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino is expected to open later this year on the North Strip of Las Vegas.

Hawaii OKs $12M to tackle homelessness

By CATHY BUSSEWITZ

The Legislature also set a goal of developing 22,500 new affordable housing units over the next 10 years, and set aside more than $100 million.

Foreign investors in Vermont resort discover it was ‘8-year fraud scheme'

By LISA RATHKE

The SEC accuses the owner of Jay Peak ski resort of running a Ponzi-like scheme that misused more than half of the $400 million raised through the EB-5 visa program.

For sale: $4B unfinished nuclear plant in Alabama

By TRAVIS LOLLER

Nuclear power's resurgence has been stymied by cheap natural gas, high construction costs and relatively flat demand.


Quotes by Big Charts

Raquel Burlotos
Landau Associates
Jeovani Huerta-Avila
Landau Associates
Tom Walker
R. W. Thorpe & Associates




NYC design museum visitors explore ‘Beauty' by looking, touching, smelling

By KATHERINE ROTH

Every three years, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum offers visitors the chance to take a good, long look at the state of contemporary design.


After Hours: Bettye LaVette sings at Jazz Alley

The 2015 Grammy-nominated soul singer Bettye LaVette plays May 12 through 15 at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley with bluesman Walter “Wolfman” Washington and his band opening each show



Elevated levels can decrease performance and lead to lethargy, headaches and even death.




TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Parametrix buys Taylor Engineering
City Light facility eyed for landmark

Business
NY Times now delivers meals
Idaho sees a spike in tourism
Galveston seawall project includes 5 Portland Loos
Stocks close mostly flat
Cities, states consider drug-injection rooms
Juneau fighting suit over park project

Construction
42 Hanford workers checked for chemical vapor exposure
Faulty procedures caused gas blast
Critics question mine exploration near Alaska eagle preserve
For sale: $4B unfinished nuclear plant in Alabama
Seattle VA hospital braced for earthquakes
Repairs to NYC subway tunnel could take 3 years

Environment
Anglers protest salmon shutdown
Shift to green power benefits GOP states

Weekend
NYC design museum visitors explore ‘Beauty' by looking, touching, smelling
At the Movies: ‘Captain America: Civil War' is flat out fun
Strange But True!
Orlando still top U.S. destination
After Hours: Bettye LaVette sings at Jazz Alley
Graceland gets 20 millionth visitor
Yellowstone to open east entrance

Real Estate
Asian-themed resort opens soon in Vegas
Foreign investors in Vermont resort discover it was ‘8-year fraud scheme'
Hawaii OKs $12M to tackle homelessness

Seattle VA hospital braced for earthquakes

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Walsh Group installed 168 buckling-restrained braces in the eight-floor Nursing Tower and adjoining two-floor Community Living Center.

City Light facility eyed for landmark

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on Wednesday voted to nominate Seattle City Light's modernist-style former Power Control Center at 157 Roy St. on Lower Queen Anne as a city landmark.



Do you have renderings or photos of recent projects? Share them with DJC readers. Send high-resolution images and information to maude.scott@djc.com.




Kengo Kuma to lecture today and tomorrow



Half of the new Lake Washington floating bridge is open to traffic and the other half will open later this month.



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