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Discover July 2017

“I Am The Greatest”

This exhibit celebrates the legacy of the world’s greatest heavyweight boxer, Muhammad Ali, through six core principles: Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Giving, Respect and Spirituality. Inside the gallery, guests can enjoy unseen video footage, family photos, rare personal heirlooms, notable artifacts and stories from some of Ali’s closest friends. Steps away, guests can sit ringside while marveling at clips of Ali’s most legendary fights and learning about his philanthropic endeavors.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas.
702-693-7111.
Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art

Beat the Heat

The exhilarating sport of cable wakeboarding has arrived in Nevada, and it’s only available at the Lake Las Vegas community’s private 320-acre lake. Cable wakeboarding is a surface water sport with participants pulled by an overhead cable system manufactured by Sesitic. Other available water activities include competitive rowing classes for novices, juniors, adults, and masters through the Lake Las Vegas Rowing Club and Duffy boat rentals at the marina.

Lake Las Vegas Water Sports
Village Marina, 20 Costa Di Lago #130, Henderson
702-600-9860.
lakelasvegaswatersports.com

 

Cuisine Art

If there is such a thing as wall-candy, then Modernist Cuisine Gallery fits the bill. Groundbreaking works of photographer, chef, scientist, and author Nathan Myrhvold transport beholders to the intersection of fine art, food photography, and science. Located at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, visitors will discover wine glasses dancing in a tempest of red, raspberries plunging through pristine water, and an unsuspecting group of French fries in the path of a suspended blast of ketchup. These are just a small taste of the sights and scenes on display from Myrhvold’s lens.

Modernist Cuisine Gallery, Forum Shops at Caesars
3500 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas
702-262-0196.
modernistcuisine.com

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