Las Vegas News

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas Says Goodbye To Britney Spears With Wax Figure Makeover

As Britney Spears wraps up her residency at the Axis theater at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas at the end of the year, her wax figure at the local Madame Tussauds will spend the next month and a half in a new outfit inspired by the Britney: Piece of Me wardrobe. Read More

History In A Bottle: The Evolution Of Atomic Liquors – The Oldest Bar In Las Vegas Looks To Its Past To Forge Its Future

The neon-lit “Cocktails” sign on the corner of 10th and Fremont Streets stands like a lighthouse, guiding ships full of Las Vegas’ happy, sad, struggling and successful to a place unlike any other where they’ll find family and freedom: Atomic Liquors. Read More

Don Rickles Image Displayed On Las Vegas Marquees

Rickles died last week at the age of 90. The legendary comedian was remembered as an influential and renowned entertainer, that shaped the future of Las Vegas and cemented its status as the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” Read More

‘Flip or Flop Vegas’ Star Aubrey Bristol Talks Las Vegas Design And Real Estate

“Flip or Flop” is the latest HGTV show to get the spinoff treatment, and this time a Vegas couple, Bristol and Aubrey Marunde, are the stars. The couple began flipping houses in 2009, using Bristol’s contracting know-how and penchant for demolition — viewers won’t be surprised to learn that he moved to Las Vegas to be an MMA fighter — and Aubrey’s real estate expertise. Since then, they’ve completed more than 140 projects throughout the valley. Read More

Las Vegas Attractions That Appeal To All Generations

Family vacations are one of life’s greatest joys, the best kept in places of honor within the vaults of shared memories. To truly enjoy a family vacation, it’s critical to ensure everyone’s expectations are met, your parents’, your kids’ and most importantly your own. In a town like Las Vegas, this can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. We’re here to help you plan Las Vegas activities that multiple generations can enjoy together. Read More

Take A Tour of One of Las Vegas’ Biggest And Best Buffets

There’s no doubt Vegas is a foodie city: celebrity chefs like Pierre Gagnaire, Mario Batali and Nobu Matsuhisa dominate the Strip. But none serve the sheer volume of people — nor the vast number of dishes — as the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. Read More

Las Vegas Home Analyst Sees Little Chance Of Bubble In Market

Las Vegas homebuilders are off to a robust start this year, fetching near-record prices and fast-rising sales totals. Driving around the valley and seeing all the new subdivisions taking shape, locals still wary from last decade’s housing crash might wonder if another bubble is inflating. But builders aren’t selling nearly as many homes as they did in the go-go years of the mid-2000s or even in the 1990s, before the U.S. housing craze took off. Read More

Forbidden City Resort Could Bring Pandas, Cricket Fighting To Las Vegas Strip

We get giddy when we hear about new Las Vegas casinos in the works and this one’s a doozy. We’ve got the inside scoop on a proposed $5 billion Asian-themed resort called Forbidden City Palace Casino and Hotel Resort. Read More

Light Rail May Finally Connect McCarran Airport To Downtown Las Vegas

The Nevada Senate has passed a bill that lays the groundwork for a new light-rail system that would connect McCarran Airport to Downtown Las Vegas. It’s been a long time coming, just ask anyone who frequents Maryland Parkway near UNLV. Read More

Follow A Gallon Of Water From Lake Mead To A Las Vegas Tap

Water trickles from a job site and gathers along the curb to evaporate in a new gated neighborhood under construction at the Las Vegas Valley’s western edge. Read More