Las Vegas News

Love and Nostalgia: Blonde4ever Reviews Elton John – Million Dollar Piano

I owe Elton John an apology. Not that he cares, but I do. I had forgotten how fabulous he was. I knew it when I was a young person. I played my copy of “Don’t Shoot Me, I am Only the Piano Player” until I wore it out. But somewhere along the line, through the blur of marriage and children and work, I forgot. His music became just background noise, like the MUZAK system in an elevator. Read More


Milk Bar Opens at Cosmopolitan

Back in July, I was excited for the future opening of Milk Bar at The Cosmopolitan. Fast forward to a couple of weeks ago and Milk Bar has finally opened. Overall, it’s difficult to find a consensus on what people think about it. I’ve heard things like “meh” and “it’s ok” and “three dollars for a f**king cookie?!” Maybe I’ll avoid the cookies. Read More


Everything You Need To Know About Stadium Blackjack

Stadium gambling is now a thing in Las Vegas casinos, and we figured it was time to check out Stadium Blackjack at Venetian. In Stadium Blackjack, up to 44 players compete with one of two live dealers in, wait for it, stadium-style seating. Read More


Inexpensive Suites In Las Vegas

While normally reserved for high rollers and the super famous like me, premium suites can be had for ballers on a budget with some advanced planning and flexibility. Vegas is a great place to treat yourself, so if you’re looking to splurge or a have a big group that wants to split an oversized room, I’ve compiled a few options to consider. Inexpensive is a relative term, so there’s a range of options here. Read More


Ringing In The New Year At NYNY Brooklyn Bridge Bash

When my boyfriend and I decided to extend our late December Vegas/Bruno Mars concert-going trip to include New Year’s Eve, we knew we had to find a Vegas NYE party that would let us ring in 2017 in the right style. After some internet investigation, we narrowed down our options and finally settled on the New York New York Brooklyn Bridge Bash. Read More


Just Back From… The Grand Canyon

Candace Driskell , National Accounts Manager at Lonely Planet, is just back from a three-day trek in the Grand Canyon. Tell us more Along with a group of friends, I set off for the Grand Canyon to embark on my first ever backpacking trip. We started our journey from the trailhead at Hualapai Hilltop and hiked eight miles to Supai – the only village within the Grand Canyon, and the capital of the Havasupai Reservation. Read more


Céline Dion Debuts A New Dress For Her Las Vegas Show

After coping with the tragedy of losing her beloved husband a year ago, Céline Dion has reemerged into the spotlight and is looking better than ever, pulling off all of the latest trends and even taking risks with young designers like Vetements. And it’s not just her wardrobe that has gotten a revamp, last week the diva also gave her hair a mini-makeover going very blonde in a photo she posted with her makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury. So naturally, it was only a matter of time before Dion revamped her onstage looks as well, debuting a stunning new gown at her most recent Las Vegas performance. Read More


In-n-Out On The Strip

Just in case you didn’t know it, the new In-n-Out Burger opened up in the LINQ Promenade.  Just in the shadows of the observation Wheel.  This is the 13th restaurant in Las Vegas and the only one that is a pedestrian-only destination.  Actually, it is only the 2nd such store in the entire chain that is built to be pedestrian only. The other one is at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco! Read More


At One Las Vegas Hotel, $7,500 Gets You Everything

You don’t need to be as rich as Steve Wynn or Sheldon Adelson to control a Las Vegas hotel. In fact, all you need is $7,500. Read More


Five Years Later: Speed The Ride Sits In The Sun, Maybe Rebuild It Downtown?

Recently, when editing BigAzMarty’s article on the Mandalay Bay Executive Suite Room, I happened upon one of his pictures. This one in particular Read More