Las Vegas News

Britney Spears Leaving Las Vegas

Britney Spears announced on her Las Vegas residency will end when her contract comes up in December. “We are done with this show, and our next move is undecided,” Rudolph told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Read More

5 Pet-Friendly Dining Spots In Las Vegas

As the weather gets nicer, you’re probably not the only one who wants to get out of the house and explore the neighborhood. Unfortunately, bringing your pets along can be a challenge come mealtime. Here are some dining spots across the valley that welcome our four-legged family members. Read More

Checking-In: A Room Review of the Delano Scenic Suite

Hey, all! BigAZMarty here with a room review of the Delano Scenic Suite. First off this was a short stay for only the first two nights of our almost week-long stay in Las Vegas. There were good and bad things about our stay at Delano so without further ado….here we go. Read More

25 Surprising Facts About Las Vegas Visitors, 2016 Visitor Profile Study Edition

It’s become an annual ritual. The Las Vegas Convention Visitors Authority releases its “Visitor Profile Study” and we cut and paste some of the juicier tidbits and call it a blog post. This year’s study had some genuine surprises and more than a little WTF, so let the cutting and pasting begin! Here are some fun facts about Las Vegas visitors. Read More

What Happened in the Stock Market? Mattel And Stanley Black & Decker Stocks Made Big Moves As Indexes Dipped

Stocks wobbled between slight losses and minor gains on Friday before the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES:^DJI) and the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) finished in the red. Both indexes lost less than 0.5% on the day. Read More

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred Says Las Vegas A Potential Option For Expansion

With the NHL and NFL bringing teams to Las Vegas, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred sees the city as a potential option for relocation. “If we were looking at relocation, Las Vegas would be on the list,” Manfred told media members Thursday. Read More

First E-Sports Arena To Be Launched In Vegas

With Reporting from the AP) Gone are the days where Gamers are stuck in their Mom’s basement in their underwear, while eating Cheetos. MGM Resorts International on Tuesday announced plans for the arena that will feature a competition stage, LED video wall, daily gaming stations, food and drink and a streaming and television-quality production studio. Work on the venue will begin in early June with the goal of opening in early 2018. Read More

City Of Vegas May Loosen Marijuana Dispensary Rules

Concerned they’re losing business to medical marijuana retailers in unincorporated parts of Clark County, city officials in Las Vegas are now eyeballing possible rollbacks to city MMJ rules that may let Sin City dispensaries stay open later and serve more customers. Read More

Vegas Steakhouse Showdown: BLT Steak And The Steakhouse At Camelo

The Vegas steakhouse is, for me, a quintessential part of the Vegas experience. Judging by the fact that almost every resort has at least one high-end entry in the category, some of you out there likely agree. There is always a part of me that feels a bit guilty using a night out on the Strip for steak. After all, Vegas is now a premium dining destination, with Michelin stars and celebrity chefs oozing out of every casino floor with aplomb and squid ink pasta. Read More

Looking For A Las Vegas House? Lack Of Supply May Be A Problem

With the spring buying season underway, Las Vegas house hunters may have to spend more time scrolling through listings and visiting properties — and pay more than they hoped. Read More