The Notes: Aug. 17-23

Mulberry, a British retailer of luxury items, opened at the Forum Shops. AllSaints, a British clothing retailer, will open a flagship store at the Forum Shops later this year.

CenturyLink Inc. broadened its high-speed Internet offerings by providing speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second to residential and some business customers in select Las Vegas neighborhoods.

Berger & Son Fine Jewelers chose Preferred Public Relations to handle its public relations and social media.

Aliante Integrated Physical Medicine finished construction on 1,500 square feet of additional treatment space for physical therapy, physiotherapy, functional rehab and performance enhancement at 6592 N. Decatur Blvd., Suite 115, North Las Vegas.

Digital Lizard, a Creel Printing company, installed the HP Indigo W7250, a photo-quality digital production press available at fewer than 50 commercial providers nationwide.

Harrah’s chose VSR to supply its slot machine bases, the furniture on which banks of slot machines sit. VSR manufactures and installs high-security gaming locks, wood and metal slot bases, slot cabinets and custom fabrication.

Shift Hospitality will open a second MTO Café, at the Downtown Summerlin complex, this fall. It will include a dining room, a counter, a community table and an 800-square-foot outdoor patio. The original MTO Café is downtown.

Smart City Networks renewed its contract as the exclusive telecommunications partner for the Washington State Convention Center.

Shaggy Chic, an eco-friendly dog salon and treat boutique at Tivoli Village, is featured in a new book from National Geographic, “The Dog Lover’s Guide to Travel: Best Destinations, Hotels, Events, and Advice to Please Your Pet — and You.”

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