Las Vegas News

Route 91 Harvest Festival Announces This Year’s Lineup

Start polishing those hubcap-sized belt buckles, Route 91 Harvest is back. The three-day country music extravaganza, which takes place at Las Vegas Village from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1, has just announced this year’s lineup. Read More

Dine Without Rules at Morimoto Las Vegas

Yellowtail pastrami. How can you not order that dish? The firm texture and clean ocean taste of the Japanese amberjack receives innovative treatment and presentation at Morimoto Las Vegas, starting with a light smoke at your table before getting dolled up with the all-purpose spice blend togarashi, delicate créme fraiche, grapeseed oil and candied olive. Read More 

Caesars Entertainment Increasing Resort Fees At 10 Locations

Ten Las Vegas hotel and casinos plan to increase their resort fees.  Caesars Entertainment increased its resort fees last year, but come March 1 the price will go up once again. Read More

MGM Stock Sinks as Fourth-Quarter Results Disappoint on Vegas Weakness

Shares of MGM Resorts International sank as much as 9 percent Thursday after it reported lower-than-expected fourth-quarter results due to softness in its Las Vegas convention business. Read More

As A Millennial Visiting Las Vegas

On my first trip to Vegas, I wondered what Hunter S. Thompson would have thought about the incessant pandering towards Millennials that has emerged as a business trend. Would he have seen it as a voyeuristic opportunity to see how far these casinos would twist themselves into knots to please a demographic with fickle and ever changing interests? Read More

Five Romantic Wine-Centric Hideaways in Las Vegas

1. LA CAVE This sexy, secluded place to sip and savor simply doesn’t feel like something you’d find in a fancy Strip resort. Wynn, 702-770-7000. Read More

Delta Will Bring Back Free Meals On Some Long US Flights

Food could be making a comeback in U.S. economy class, where passengers must either schlep their own meals, pay for one on board or make do with pretzels and peanuts. Read More

The Cheapest And Most Expensive Homes Sold In Las Vegas In 2016

Sitting on “billionaire’s row,” the megamansion features a Zen garden inside, a gym, elevators, a movie theater and even a nightclub. And last year, it fetched the highest price ever for a Las Vegas house. Read More

Tickets Going On Sale For Cubs, Reds In Vegas’ Big League Weekend

Tickets for this year’s Big League Weekend at Cashman Field will go on sale at noon Monday both at the Cashman Field box office and online. Read More

Talking About The Hoover Dam Dog

On this day in 1941, the lovable black lab mutt who had become the mascot to the men building the Hoover Dam was accidentally killed. The town of Boulder City mourned while the men working on the Dam had stopped what they were doing and dug their friend a proper grave beside the famous structure. Read More