Las Vegas News

Pizza Is A Vegetable Too. Tips On How To Eat Healthy In Vegas

You already know, abs are made in the kitchen, so let’s meal prep for your Vegas vacay. We’re going to give you the top places to go all over the Strip so you can stick to your routine but still bring along your friends. Their meals might look more indulgent, but yours will taste fresher and you’ll feel the need to conquer the world after. *Cut to supervillain theme song* Here’s all you need to know when it comes to making and flaunting those abs. Read More

Work On Steve Wynn’s Paradise Park To begin Late ‘17 Or Early ‘18

Work will begin by the end of the year or in early 2018 on the first phase of Steve Wynn’s next big Las Vegas creation, Wynn Paradise Park, a 20-acre lagoon that would host watersports by day and fireworks displays at night. 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

How Quickly Could Trump Build Casino In Las Vegas?

With four acres of land a short walk from Las Vegas Boulevard, President Donald Trump and his business partner Phil Ruffin have an opportunity to build a casino near one of the busiest parts of the Strip. And, according to a recent Forbes article, that’s exactly what they’re thinking about doing. Read More

Las Vegas Wetlands Park Viewed As Top Bird-Watching Spot

By the time spring breaks rolls around, the Las Vegas Valley will be up to its eyebrows in visitors wearing bright colors, making lots of noise, showing off their breasts and getting frisky in public. Read More

Taxicab Ridership In Southern Nevada Continues Free Fall

Southern Nevada’s taxicab companies continued to report severe declines in ridership and revenue last month, according to figures released Monday. More than 1.69 million taxi trips were reported in April, a 17 percent drop from the same period in 2016, the Nevada Taxicab Authority reported. The region’s 16 certified taxicab companies reported a combined $27.2 million in revenue last month, down 16.9 percent from April 2015. Read More

Forum Shops Opened In Las Vegas 25 Years Ago — PHOTOS

The trek from hotel to nightclub to restaurant to neighboring hotel in Las Vegas will inevitably take a visitor past two things: row upon row of slot machines and innumerable shops ranging from Prada and Sephora to H&M. Read More

Attractive Nevada Tax Climate Lures NFL’s Raiders, Other Enterprises

It’s official. The famous Oakland Raiders — one of the most storied franchises in sports history — are moving to Las Vegas! What great news for Las Vegas. I never loved the public financing deal. I think the tourists got hosed with massive room taxes. I don’t believe anyone was there negotiating for the taxpayers. Read More

20 Weird, Wonderful, Useless Facts About The Movie “Casino”

“Casino” is one of the all-time great movies about Las Vegas. The film, released in 1995, was inspired by real people and, in large part, actual events. “Casino” is a funny, violent, eye-opening glimpse into the colorful history and culture of Las Vegas casinos, and the film has helped shape how many perceive Sin City, for better or worse. Read More

Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant To Open At Caesars Palace

Long-standing rumors have finally been confirmed with the official announcement Gordon Ramsay and Caesars Entertainment will open Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Caesars Palace. Ramsay’s new Las Vegas restaurant is expected to open by Dec. 1, 2017. Read More