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Several Unique Dining Experiences Available In Las Vegas: Savory Bites & Neon Lights Is Newest Offering

It’s no secret that Las Vegas has some of the best restaurants in the world. But even meals prepared by the kitchens of celebrity chefs and served in fancy restaurants can become a bit boring and diners start looking for experiences that are unique. Read More


Red Rock Hikes Aren’t Far From Las Vegas

Valley residents flock to the Las Vegas area for gambling, shows, and plenty to do. But how often do they venture outside Sin City for a more family-friendly activity? It turns out, quite a bit. Read More


Keith Sweat’s Seductive Songs Fuel A Lovefest At The Flamingo

Keith Sweat caught the ringside fan in rapt concentration. “You lookin’ at me like I’m a piece of chicken or something!” A few minutes earlier, he had seen the same fan filming him on her phone, grabbed that phone and sang right into it. Read More


Chef Andre Rochat of Andre’s Bistro & Bar Is hard At Work On His Next Venture

Andre Rochat is supposed to be taking it easy these days. In the wake of the October closing of his namesake Andre’s Bistro & Bar in the Monte Carlo, he announced he was turning over the day-to-day operation of Alize atop the Palms to a newly formed company called Stacked Hospitality, and its three managing partners — two of whom are longtime employees of the chef. Read More


Some Answers To Your Questions On Recreational Marijuana In Nevada

Nevada is one of eight states allowing recreational marijuana use for adults 21 and over. Starting Sunday, adults could buy up to 1 ounce of marijuana flower or up to one-eighth of an ounce of marijuana concentrates — like shatter, wax and carbon dioxide oil — per visit to legal dispensaries. Read More


$4.4M Las Vegas Home Was Designed With Flair To Spare

 Sometimes a home’s curb appeal is the best it has to offer. In the case of 5114 Spanish Hills Drive, a 12,000-square-foot home in the guard gated community of Spanish Hills, it’s only the beginning. Read More


Street Artist Shepard Fairey Is Creating A Mural On The Plaza In Downtown Las Vegas

Torin Ford was staying at the Plaza hotel in downtown Las Vegas last week when he noticed that the door at the end of his floor hallway was open a bit. Read More


Eating Las Vegas For $25 Or Less

The 2017 edition of Eating Las Vegas—The 50 Essential Restaurants has just come back from the printer. The book brings together three local food critics—John Curtas, Greg Thilmont and Mitchell Wilburn—to collectively select Las Vegas’ best dining establishments. I publish ELV, but I don’t do the choosing, so the selections are always interesting to me, especially those who come in on the low end for price. Read More


New Deli To Open At The Plaza In Downtown Las Vegas

The Plaza in downtown Las Vegas will open a new deli downtown on March 3. Brightside, a breakfast and burgers restaurant modeled after New York delis, will seat 100 people in its location on the casino floor at 1 S. Main St., at the intersection with the Fremont Street Experience. Read More


Mayor Says Las Vegas Isn’t Sanctuary City

The battle between the Trump administration and sanctuary cities is heating up.  Sanctuary cities have policies designed to limit cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.  Read More