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How Should Las Vegas Remember 1 October?
Las Vegas can never move on from the 1 October shootings of 2017. We can endure, but the city and its residents will always be healing—never fully healed. One way to make it a little more bearable is for us to have a place to honor the victims, survivors and first responders. Now through March 14, the 1 October Memorial Advisory Committee is hearing ideas and input for a permanent memorial—whichever form it may take.
The group has launched an online survey to collect responses from the public. Among the questions are whether or not you feel the memorial should be erected at the site of the shooting and which features you would like to see at the memorial. You can also share the survey online using the hashtag #1OctoberMemorial.
Life Is (Still) Beautiful
General admission starts at $295 (plus fees), and a super-charged “All-In” pass is $2,895 (also plus fees). If you’re waiting for your stimulus check before you buy, you can do a layaway plan—that’s right, layaway is back—for every tier level but All-In. It’s too soon to announce the lineup—still waiting for so many artists to announce tours in 2021—but you can sign up for a text announcement when you buy your tickets.
Aviators Grounded Until May
The delay will allow for minor league players to receive one of the COVID-19 vaccines before the season starts. That’s good news, but as anyone who’s ever flown standby knows, waiting is the hardest part.
MLB has made the decision to delay the start of the Triple-A season until May. The Aviators will announce further information regarding ticket policy in the coming days along with the complete revised 2021 schedule when determined by MLB. pic.twitter.com/A94qsSgyTt— Las Vegas Aviators (@AviatorsLV) March 3, 2021