Las Vegas News

From Backstreet To Britney: Why ’90s Pop Is Taking Over Las Vegas

For a brief second—while suspended in a giant, illuminated, rotating box during the opening moments of the Backstreet Boys’ Las Vegas residency—Nick Carter felt like he had stepped straight back into 1999. Read More

The Who Announces Las Vegas Residency

Legendary rockers The Who have announced their first U.S. dates of 2017. The band will play a residency in Las Vegas and have detailed a run of six shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Read More

5 Things You Must Try At…Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho

With a name that translates to “the drunken donkey,” you know Guy Fieri’s El Burro Borracho is a Mexican restaurant with a bit of creative, fun flair. El Burro Borracho serves Fieri’s unique twists on classic Mexican comfort foods with his signature bold flavors. Read More

First Metro Diner In The Las Vegas Valley Opens March 14

The first Metro Diner is opening on March 14 in the Las Vegas valley. The popular Florida restaurant chain, which was feature on an episode of Guy Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” will offer comfort food favorites including fried chicken and waffles topped with house-made strawberry butter and Charleston shrimp and grits with signature sweet and spicy sauce. Read More

Las Vegas Seeks Funding For Multi-Billion-Dollar Light Rail System

State and local officials are laying the groundwork to build a multi-billion-dollar light rail system in Las Vegas. For two years, members of the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada have been drawing blueprints to link McCarran International Airport with the Las Vegas Strip. They’re also considering connecting college campuses, hospitals and shopping centers. Read More

Why The Next Big Trump Project Could Be A Las Vegas Casino

It’s two days after Michael Flynn resigned as national security advisor, and the news is wall-to-wall Donald Trump, with a heavy emphasis on his relationship with Russia. Questions abound. What did Flynn discuss with a Russian ambassador weeks before Trump became president? Did he lie about the conversation to Vice President Mike Pence? Who told him to call Russian diplomats in the first place? Was Trump himself involved? Read More

Sin City Skydiving – The Ultimate Vegas High

Most of us have experienced the thrill of viewing Las Vegas from the air. But how many of you have seen that memorable skyline from a free-fall at 12,000 feet? I did just that on my 54th birthday at Sin City Skydiving a few weeks ago, and it truly was the ultimate Vegas thrill. Read More

With The Guinness Experience, Visitors Can Discover Ireland In Las Vegas

Visitors to Dublin, Ireland almost all make pilgrimages to the Guinness Storehouse, at St. James Gate, where the famous beer sometimes called the “black stuff” or, by the Irish call “mother’s milk,” is brewed and stored in barrels, bottles and cans. Read More

Where Did All Those High Rollers Come From? Las Vegas’ Newest Hotel is Adding More VIP Gambling Salons

Less than four months after it opened, the Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas is already remodeling. The reason? A larger-than-expected number of high rollers are driving demand for private salons that cater to VIPs. Read More

Las Vegas Part of Record-Breaking Temperatures Set In Southwest U.S.

Several cities in the western U.S. saw record-breaking temperatures Saturday. The National Weather Service reported record highs in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah for March 18. In Arizona, Phoenix hit 95 degrees, beating by one degree the record high that had held for 10 years. Meanwhile, Yuma reached a high of 96 degrees and Kingman saw 83 degrees, both tying their 110-year-old records set last century in 1907. Read More