Retro Las Vegas, here I come: A Celebration of Vegas Cool, April 27-29

Pam Kueber Las VegasLas Vegas is the new Palm Springs. I’m declaring it. I’m gonna buy me a leetle place. I’m heading back to Las Vegas. I bought my airline tickets last night. I’m going to go to all the activities lined up for Nevada Preservation Foundation’s “A Celebration of Vegas Cool” — Home + History 2018, April 27-29.

Disclosure: I am / RetroRenovation.com is a Silver Sponsor of the Event — see the ads in the right-hand sidebar of the blog?

Oh, and the photo above: I flew, I keynoted, I house-toured — and then I shopped.

The “Desert Modern” house I visited on the tour two years ago had a spectacular blue bathroom.

I wasn’t sure I’d actually go, though. But long winter.

Inside The Rexford, my dream complex.

I need to get out in the world. So I asked Heidi  if I could still get into stuff, and she said yes, and as I am a sponsor and was the keynote speaker two years ago and wrote about everything I saw, away I fly.

And who could forget: Uncle Jack LeVine’s famous collection of breeze blocks. There will be a lecture and book launch of a book about breeze blocks! Some days. I just love my job.

The lineup of events is pretty darned awesome. I get to go to the Bomb Shelter House Martini Tour. Woooooooot!

Perhaps I’ll see YOU there? 

  1. Demian Martin says:

    Peggy and I will be there. Its a pretty intense schedule for two days but we hope to get to most of the events.
    Vegas is an amazing place that almost literally reinvents itself every few years. The Vegas of the 1970’s has morphed into something really different today but we are looking forward to seeing what has survived from the “Rat Pack” era.

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