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GrowLife, Inc. to Present at the Planet MicroCap Showcase 2019 on May 1 in Las Vegas, NV

Leading hydroponic equipment supplier to discuss latest cultivation technology at the premier microcap finance event May 1, 2019

KIRKLAND, WA / ACCESSWIRE / May 1, 2019 / GrowLife, Inc. (OTC PINK: PHOT) (”GrowLife” or the ”Company”), one of the nation’s most recognized indoor cultivation product and service providers, will present at the Planet MicroCap Showcase at on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 and will conduct 1on1 meetings on May 2, 2019.

GrowLife will be presenting during the Microcap Company Presentations II session to demonstrate the Company’s strategic plan for the future and how the company is helping fill the large demand for cannabis and hemp-based products, an industry that is expected to reach $16 billion by 2025. GrowLife will also discuss its EZ-CLONE Pro commercial propagation solution, manufactured by recently majority acquired asset EZ-CLONE Enterprises, Inc. (EZ-CLONE). EZ-CLONE is a renowned commercial cannabis cultivation equipment supplier that GrowLife acquired a majority share of in October 2018.

”The opportunity for GrowLife to present at this premier event demonstrates the growth of the Company and further proves the interest from peers and investors who are eager to learn about our continuously growing microcap company,” said GrowLife CEO Marco Hegyi. ”With an abundance of industry leaders, C-level executives and investors under one roof, we feel confident our participation in this event will bring great opportunities to the Company and help educate others about the opportunities in the cannabis space.”

The showcase will take place April 30 through May 2, 2019, at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. The event is designed to bring together companies and top dealers in microcap finance.

”At this exclusive event we look forward to discussing how much GrowLife has accomplished and where our vision for the Company is taking us,” said GrowLife CFO Mark Scott. ”We will have the opportunity to demonstrate the Company’s value proposition to an audience of important and respected individuals who are interested in microcaps and have the potential to introduce new ventures for the Company.”

A microcap is a publicly traded company in the United States that has a market capitalization between $50 million and $300 million and have greater market capitalization than nano caps.

To arrange one-on-one meetings with GrowLife executives at Planet MicroCap Showcase 2019, please contact growlife@cmwmedia.com.

For more information about GrowLife, including the CEO’s most recent video statement, visit the company’s website. Products can be purchased at ShopGrowLife.com in the U.S. and GrowLifeHydro.ca in Canada.

The conference will be held April 30 – May 2, 2019 at Bally’s Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV – 3645 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109. For those interested in attending and meeting with management, you can register to attend here: https://planetmicrocapshowcase.com/signup

If you have any questions about the Planet MicroCap Showcase, please contact Robert Kraft at rkraft@snnwire.com (424) 227-9018, or visit www.planetmicrocapshowcase.com for more information.

About GrowLife, Inc.

GrowLife, Inc. (PHOT) aims to become the nation’s largest cultivation service provider for cultivating organics, herbs and greens and plant-based medicines. Our mission is to help make our customers successful. Through a network of local representatives covering the United States and Canada, regional centers and its e-Commerce team, GrowLife provides essential goods and services including media, industry-leading hydroponics and soil, plant nutrients, and thousands more products to specialty grow operations. GrowLife is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington and was founded in 2012.

About Planet MicroCap Showcase

Planet MicroCap Showcase brings together promising companies with well-known and influential microcap investors, fund managers and newsletter writers for three days of company presentations, one-on-one meetings, and networking in the nation’s #1 destination for meetings and entertainment.

If you would like to attend the Planet MicroCap Showcase, please register here: https://planetmicrocapshowcase.com/signup

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Las Vegas top city for Starbucks lovers

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Las Vegas is the top city for Starbucks lovers, according Apartment Guide.

The rental resource ranked cities in the U.S. by the number of Starbucks stores per caffeine lover.

According to the rankings, Las Vegas has the highest ratio of Starbucks per person beating out the brand’s headquarters in Seattle.

The top 5 cities are:

1. Las Vegas, NV
2. Burbank, CA
3. Bellevue, WA
4. Seattle, WA
5. Orlando, FL

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Las Vegas transit officials set to make decision on light rail

Rendering of what the light rail could look like traveling in Downtown Las Vegas on Carson Avenue. Courtesy: RTC
A RTC bus at the intersection of S. Maryland Parkway and Russel Road near McCarran Airport on Friday, June 9, 2017 where a light rail line will be built and operate connecting McCarran International Airport, the Strip and downtown Las Vegas as soon as 2023. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal @bizutesfaye
A view looking south down Maryland Parkway from the pedestrian bridge outside of Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Chase Stevens Las Vegas Review-Journal @csstevensphoto

Las Vegas’ transportation future could be steered in a new direction Thursday as local transit officials are set to decide if light rail is the right fit for the valley.

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada hosted a series of public meetings and held an open call for public input on the future of the Maryland Parkway corridor last month. The results of that initiative and the commissions’ preferred choice among three options are set to be revealed at the RTC’s board meeting Thursday.

Aside from light rail, a bus rapid transit system — a system featuring dedicated bus lanes that could be used as turn lanes when buses are not present — or enhancing the current bus route 109 are being considered for an 8.7-mile stretch of Maryland Parkway.

The route under review stretches from near the airport to a portion of Downtown Las Vegas and eventually ends up at the Las Vegas Medical District. The route would link UNLV, several hospitals and medical centers, commercial and residential complexes.

RTC estimates more than 9,000 bus riders and 35,000 vehicles travel on Maryland Parkway daily.

The three options vary widely in possible costs. The light rail plan could cost as much as $750 million while the bus rapid-transit plan could cost up to $335 million and the upgrading of route 109 is estimated to cost about $29 million, according to the RTC.

Funding for whichever project is chosen has yet to be identified, but a combination of federal grant money and a possible sales tax increase could be used to pay for the preferred choice.

After the preferred mode is chosen, the RTC will submit the choice to the Federal Transit Administration this summer and then seek funding for the project.

As local transportation officials consider adding light rail to the Las Vegas transportation landscape, other similar projects have been stopped in their tracks across the U.S.

Many communities are either scrapping plans for new rail projects or putting the brakes on expansion projects for varying reasons.

Just last week commissioners on the Orange County Board of Commissioners in North Carolina voted to end the development of a light rail system after various issues persisted.

In a unanimous vote, commissioners halted work on the project, yanking the earmarked $149.5 million in public funding along with it. They will now focus on an alternative transportation solution for the area, according to Chapelboro.com.

The project would have featured a 17.1-mile track providing over 26,000 trips per day for commuters in Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, according to the Go Triangle project’s website. Similar to the proposed Maryland Parkway line, the Go Triangle line would have linked higher education facilities, medical facilities and more.

In 2011 and 2012, voters in both Durham and Orange counties approved a half-cent sales tax to go toward the investment in enhanced transit service. Federal funding of approximately $1.25 billion was said to be expected and up to $190 million in state funding, according to Go Triangle.

Commissioner Mark Marcoplos, who is the county’s representative on the GoTriangle board, pointed out issues with “disingenuous” project partners Duke University and North Carolina Railroads, problems in the state legislature, and the partial federal government shutdown, which delayed the project by two months, Chapelboro.com reported.

Last May the city of Nashville voted down a proposal that would have raised taxes to go toward transit projects, including a light rail system, according to the Tennessean newspaper.

The proposed $5.2 billion transit plan would have been headlined by a $828 million light rail system that would have stretched from Nashville International to downtown.

One of the opponents of light rail in Nashville, Malcolm Getz, who recently retired as an economics professor after 45 years of teaching at Vanderbilt University, said that with everything factored in, improved bus service is the way to go due to its flexibility.

“The advantage of a bus oriented service is buses can start beyond where the restricted lanes are and gather people in residential areas and use restricted lanes and go downtown,” Getz said. “With a railroad people have to transfer between the bus and a rail and transfers typically take 7-10 minutes and are a high annoyance to transit riders.”

The possibility of gentrification also should be considered, Getz said, because light rail has proven to spur economic development in areas surrounding rail lines, which can drive up property values and lead to lower income residents being forced out of the area due to increased rent.

“People are riding this in an intensive way, leading to real estate development around the stops,” he said. “Most of our (Nashville’s) African American community voted strongly no (on the referendum vote) because we’ve experienced gentrification and we’ve seen neighborhoods where property values are increasing and owner income communities are pushed out.”

Despite the vote against the transit system, Nashville Mayor David Briley is considering bringing up the light rail system again ahead of election season, WKNR.com reported.

The mayor’s office said Briley isn’t pushing a plan but is getting the ball rolling again to find an improved way to get in and out of the airport, and to and from downtown Nashville, according to WKNR.com.

While several cities are scrapping plans for light rail implementation, one city is moving ahead with its light rail expansion, despite resistance.

The Valley Metro Rail Phoenix is set to unveil a new light rail station April 25. A 2.5-mile extension that pushes the 26.3-mile system further east opens May 18, according to Susan Tierney, Valley Metro spokeswoman.

Approximately 50,000 people ride the light rail system each day, according to Valley Metro’s website. Those riders save about 15 minutes travel time on average during rush hour, the transportation entity claims.

Valley Metro reported that since 2008, 35,000 jobs have been created within a half-mile of the light rail. The light rail system cost $1.4 billion to construct, according to AZ Central.

In addition to the pending additions in the coming month, work on the South Central and Northwest Phoenix II light rail extensions, as well as Tempe Streetcar, continue, Tierney said.

Contact Mick Akers at makers@reviewjournal.com or 702-387-2920. Follow @mickakers on Twitter.

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One dead, one injured in suspected arson north of downtown Las Vegas

One person was killed and one person injured in an apartment fire at 721 N. 1st St., Wednesday, March 27, 2019. (Luis Marquez)
One person was killed and one person injured in an apartment fire at 721 N. 1st St., Wednesday, March 27, 2019. (Luis Marquez)

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — One person was killed and another injured in an apartment fire north of downtown early Wednesday morning.

A call about the fire at 721 N. 1st St. came in at 3:23 a.m., according to Las Vegas Fire Rescue.

Firefighters arrived to find heavy fire and smoke at the rear of a one-story building divided into four apartments, the department said.

Someone on the scene told firefighters a person was still inside the apartment that was on fire, according to a Las Vegas Fire Rescue release. Firefighters forced entry into the apartment, which was filled with smoke and high heat.

They searched the apartment and found an unconscious man on the floor of the bedroom, the release said. He was taken outside to medical personnel for treatment. They determined the man, who had severe burns, was deceased.

A second victim was taken to the hospital with burns on their hands and to be checked for smoke inhalation, the release said. One person was displaced as a result of the fire.

The cause of the fire is officially undetermined, but arson investigators believe the fire started on the sofa, according to the department.

Damage was estimated at $25,000, the release said. This was the first fatal fire in the city of Las Vegas proper in 2019.

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Inmate found dead in cell at Las Vegas correctional facility

Prison officials found an inmate dead in his cell Sunday afternoon at a Las Vegas correctional facility, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections. Prison officials found an inmate dead in his cell Sunday afternoon at a Las Vegas correctional facility, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.

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Historic Gateway District homes top Nevada history’s endangered list

UNR gets permission to look for buyers who are willing to move historic homes in Gateway District. Jason Bean

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A 19th century neighborhood on the edge of the University of Nevada, Reno, campus tops a historic preservation group’s new list of Nevada’s 11 most endangered places.

The Goldfield High School, built in the central Nevada gold-mining town in 1907, and Las Vegas High School – the city’s oldest, constructed in 1930 – are among the other historic places Preserve Nevada wants to save.

Former Nevada Gov. and U.S. Sen. Richard Bryan, chairman of the nonprofit group’s board, said the list focuses on properties that have community support but face encroaching development, demolition or other threats.

“Nevada has a rich heritage,” Bryan said. “We have an obligation to preserve it.”

Reno’s “UNR Gateway District” includes about a dozen 19th century Victorian homes in a two-block area just north of the downtown casino district where the university wants to build a new business school between U.S. Interstate 80 and the campus’s southern border.

School officials announced last month they’ll consider proposals until June 7 to relocate the Queen Anne homes built between 1895 and 1920. Otherwise, the homes could face the wrecking ball.

One group has proposed moving them – intact – to nearby Evans Park and creating a historic park with interpretive signs. But Reno’s Recreation and Parks Commission this week gave a thumb’s down to that proposal and suggested the homes be moved elsewhere.

“We hope the university can find a way to keep them and repurpose them,” Bryan said.

The next two buildings on Preserve Nevada’s list have been on the National Register of Historic Places for more than 30 years – Goldfield High School since 1982 and Las Vegas High School since 1986.

Restoration efforts at the Goldfield school have been put on hold because of the need to stabilize a section of wall at risk of collapsing.

Las Vegas High School, renamed the Las Vegas Academy for Performing Arts, is an exceptional example of Art Deco architecture that faces an uncertain future as the school district considers remodeling plans, the group said.

Two of the new listings are generic – “rural downtown areas” and “Nevada’s motor courts/motels” – intended to underscore the vital role rural commercial rows and travel lodges have played in numerous communities across the state.

The others are:

– Huntridge Theater, Las Vegas. Opened in 1944 as southern Nevada’s first desegregated theater, the venue closed in 2004 and has fallen into disrepair.

– Fernley Swales, Fernley. Wagon trails that remain visible in the Forty Mile Desert between the Humboldt and Carson rivers where settlers traveled in the 1840s face threats from off-road vehicles and a nearby shooting range.

– Red Rock Canyon area, Clark County. Petroglyphs, pot shards, and the remains of roasting pits stand as evidence of a 1,000-year history of human habitation in the area threatened by Las Vegas’ westward expansion.

– Masonic Lodge No. 13/Reno Mercantile Building. Built in 1872, Reno’s oldest standing commercial building has suffered decades of neglect and needs new interior framing to prevent it from collapsing.

– Victory Hotel, Las Vegas. Originally the Lincoln Hotel, one of the oldest downtown hotels opened in 1907 near the railroad depot to cater to passengers. The mission-style building is often reported to be in danger of demolition.

– Hillside Cemetery, Reno. Established in the 1860s a few blocks west of the University of Nevada, Reno, it contains the graves of many of Reno’s early residents as well as the graves of one congressman, five mayors and Paiute chief Johnson Sides.

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Report: Home prices in Las Vegas valley increase 16 percent from one year ago

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Local home prices kept climbing through April as the local housing supply continued to get smaller, according to a report released today by the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS.

GLVAR reported that the median price for existing single-family homes sold in Southern Nevada during April through its Multiple Listing Service was $289,000. That’s up 3.2 percent from the previous month and up 16.1 percent from April of 2017.

The median price of local condos and townhomes sold in April was $155,000, up 19.2 percent from the same time last year.

One factor pushing up prices is the increasingly tight housing supply. Southern Nevada has about a month and a half supply of existing homes available for sale when a six-month supply is considered a balanced market.

By the end of April, GLVAR reported 3,816 single-family homes listed for sale without any sort of offer. That’s down 24.9 percent from one year ago. For condos and townhomes, the 790 properties listed without offers in April represented a 23.6 percent increase from one year ago.

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The low supply may also be slowing down local home sales, which have been running roughly even with last year’s sales pace so far this year after increasing in recent years. The total number of existing local homes, condos and townhomes sold during April was 3,571. Compared to one year ago, April sales were up 0.4 percent for homes and up 4.5 percent for condos and townhomes.

GLVAR reported that 27.3 percent of all local properties sold in April were purchased with cash. That compares to 27.5 percent one year ago. That’s well below the February 2013 peak of 59.5 percent.

Meanwhile, the number of so-called distressed sales continues to decline. GLVAR reported that short sales and foreclosures combined accounted for 2.5 percent of all existing local home sales in April, down from 8.4 percent of all sales one year ago.

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California real estate firm buys Las Vegas apartment complex

California real estate firm OpenPath Investments bought the Desert Ridge apartment complex at 7055 E. Lake Mead Blvd., for almost $31 million. (Berkadia)

A California real estate firm has bought an east Las Vegas apartment complex.

OpenPath Investments, which says it follows a “socially responsible investment platform,” acquired the 304-unit Desert Ridge complex at 7055 E. Lake Mead Blvd., past Hollywood Boulevard at the valley’s eastern edge.

The $30.75 million purchase closed April 3, property records show.

Brokerage firm Berkadia, which represented the seller, Salt Lake City-based Sundance Bay, announced the deal Wednesday.

Built in 1990, Desert Ridge has one- and two-bedroom units that average 850 square feet. Amenities include a fitness center, clubhouse and racquetball court, Berkadia said.

OpenPath, based in Truckee, California, near Lake Tahoe, says on its website that it aims “to generate a triple bottom line: robust financial returns alongside positive and measurable social and environmental impact.”

Efforts to get comments from the firm were not immediately successful Wednesday.

Contact Eli Segall at esegall@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0342. Follow @eli_segall on Twitter.

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Comic Conventions Return in 2018 With COMIC CON LAS VEGAS and All-New COMIC CON ALOHA IN Honolulu, Hawaii

Amazing Comic Conventions is excited to announce a return in 2018 with their biggest conventions ever. For the past decade, Amazing Comic Conventions has a tradition of showcasing the very best Architects of Pop Culture. These individuals create and bring to life the characters we love, write the storylines that inspire our favorite movies, tv shows, comics, graphic novels, video games, toys, and collectibles. In 2018, Amazing Comic Conventions will be bringing some of the most beloved celebrities and creators together for an experience like no other.

It begins in Las Vegas, NV on June 29th, June 30th and July 1st With Amazing Comic Con Las Vegas at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Charlie Cox (Netflix/Marvel’s Daredevil), Deadpool and Cable Creator Rob Liefeld, Deadpool 2 cast members including Brianna Hildebrand (Negasonic Teenage Warhead), Jason David Frank (celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Power Rangers) and Sam Humphrey (The Greatest Showman) will join comic creators Jim Starlin (Thanos), Kevin Eastman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Marv Wolfman (New Teen Titans) and voice actors and artists for Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch for panels, fan experiences and exclusive signings. The convention floor will feature over 100,000 square feet of collectibles, interactive exhibits, video game tournaments and an artist alley over with 200 top international artists including Marvel Cover Artist Skottie Young, Extreme Studios/Deadpool artist Marat Mychaels, Avengers Writer & Artists Jason Aaron & Ed McGuiness, Spider-Man/Justice League Artist Jimmy Cheung, Harley Quinn’s Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner, Legendary Batman Creator Neal Adams, Street Fighter Artists Joe NG, Jeffrey Chamba Cruz & Long Vo.

On August 24th, 25th and 26th the action shifts to Honolulu, Hawaii with the ALL NEW Amazing Comic Con Aloha at the Hawaii Convention Center. Hawaii’s own Evangeline Lily (Marvel’s Antman and The Wasp, Avengers Infinity War, Lost) will be joined by Tara Strong ( voice actress – Harley Quinn, Teen Titans, Powerpuff Girls) the voice of Nintendo’s MARIO Charles Martinet, comic creators Jim Starlin (Thanos), Kevin Eastman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Marv Wolfman (New Teen Titans) to give the people of Hawaii an experience like no other for panels, fan experiences and exclusive signings. The convention floor will feature over 100,000 square feet of collectibles, interactive exhibits, video game tournaments and an artist alley over with 200 top international artists all with a distinctly ALOHA flair.<

“We are so excited to be able to bring something bigger and bolder to Vegas and Hawaii,” said Amazing Comic Conventions founder Jimmy Jay. “After being Vegas’s leading show for the past 6 years and Hawaii’s ONLY show the past 4 years we felt it was time to bring more of the Architects of Pop culture that people love into these spaces. We were the first to bring COMIC CON’s to Hawaii and began a new trend of bringing big name talent like Stan Lee, William Shatner, Alan Tudyk and Star Trek The Next Generation cast members to the Aloha state. We can’t wait to continue that this year!!”

“Charlie, Evangeline, Rob, Brianna, Sam and Tara are currently some of the most prolific names in Pop Culture and it’s amazing for people to be able to interact with them and see them in an intimate but family friendly environment.”

Both shows will feature Family Days on Sundays (July 1st and August 26th respectively) that focus on family fun. Tony Fleecs (My Little Pony) will be offering complimentary sketches for 1 hour and other select guests in the artist alley will provide Free Super Hero Sketches to Kids 10 and Under throughout the day. There will be coloring contests, video game demos/tournaments and a special Children’s Cosplay Costume Cavalcade where all children are invited to dress up as their pop culture characters where everyone is a WINNER!!

Tickets and VIP packages for both shows beginning at just $30 are available now at https://www.amazingcomiccon.com/
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About Amazing Comic Conventions:
Amazing Comic Conventions is a brand with over 20 years’ experience that brings the Architects of Pop culture together under one roof for a family friendly, fun convention. Owned and operated by Jay Company Comics, one of the largest comic book dealerships in the country, Amazing Comic Conventions is a family owned and run business the prides itself on its professionalism, work ethic and family values. Amazing Comic Con Las Vegas is the longest running pop culture event of its kind in Las Vegas and had over 35,000 attendees in 2017.

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Cedric Crear Wins Las Vegas City Council Seat

LAS VEGAS, NV – Cedric Crear is the newest member of the Las Vegas City Council. Crear won the special election for the council’s vacant Ward 5 position by receiving 627 votes in the eleven-way race.

The special election didn’t drive voters to the polls. Just six percent (2,320) of the 35,809 registered voters in Ward 5 took part. Crear’s 627 votes made up 27 percent of the vote.

Crear edged out Harvey Munford (402 votes), and Shondra Summers-Armstrong (394 votes) as the next two highest vote getters.

About half of the 2,320 total votes were cast on Tuesday’s election day (1,123). Early voting on March 22 and 23 turned out 849 voters and 348 people mailed in their vote.

On the early voting days, 423 people voted on March 22 and 426 voted on March 23. Of the three early voting locations, 483 people voted at the Las Vegas Athletic Club on Rainbow, 312 voted at the Doolittle Community Center, and 54 people voted at the city clerk’s office.

Crear will fill the vacant seat left by the resignation of former councilman Ricki Barlow, who pleaded guilty to a wire fraud charge in February after resigning from the position in January. Barlow admitted that he used funds from his 2015 reelection campaign as his own.

Crear has served on the Board of Regents for the Nevada System of Higher Education since 2006, representing District 1 in Clark County. He was also appointed to the Las Vegas Planning Commission by Barlow in 2015.

He had a message for his supporters after the results came in Tuesday night.

"Thank you so much Ward 5. I’ humbled by your support," the councilman elect tweeted.

The results of the Ward 5 special election wil lbe canvassed on April 4 and Crear will be sworn in on April 18.

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