Las Vegas News

Jennifer Lopez’s Las Vegas Show Brings Out The Stars

Star light, star bright, the first star we’ll see tonight is… J.Lo. Things get a lot brighter on the Las Vegas Strip on May 24 when Jennifer Lopez’s Las Vegas show returns to The AXIS inside Planet Hollywood. And we’re not just talking about all the bling on the stage. Read More

Another Free Drink Regulating System Is Being Tested At Casinos

Just as Las Vegas casino customers are getting used to free drinks being regulated at video poker tables, another change to the drink comp system is on the horizon. Read More

Britney Spears Announces End Of ‘Piece Of Me’ Shows In Las Vegas

Britney Spears is saying hasta la vista to Las Vegas. The pop superstar announced the final shows for her “Piece of Me” shows after four years and $100 million in ticket sales. Read More

Casino Still Holding Elvis Presley Items Sought By Estate

Hundreds of Elvis Presley artifacts and memorabilia are still being held by a Las Vegas casino, a year after the King’s estate filed a lawsuit to get those valuables back from a short-lived exhibit. Read More

Raiders Sell Out Season Tickets Despite Impending Move To Las Vegas

For all the outrage the Oakland Raiders’ impending move to Las Vegas generated earlier this year, it surely hasn’t hurt ticket sales. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Raiders have sold out their season tickets for 2017, and that could be a good enough sign for the franchise to stay in the Bay Area for 2019. Read More

This View Of Death Valley Really Wows

ThE Traveler: Evan Pak of Northfield. The scene: Rocky peaks, sandy dunes, soft clouds — and one human reveler — come together at the Mesquite Flat Dunes in California’s Death Valley National Park. Read More

Chefs At Beer Park And Hexx Serve Barbecued Gator On The Las Vegas Strip

It may have been the most unique off-the-menu special ever in a Las Vegas restaurant. While Beer Park guests enjoyed a beautiful Friday afternoon of barbecue and bar games, Chef Edward Manukyan brought out a large smoked alligator, set it on a picnic table and began removing the meat. Read More

Why Some Slot Machine Themes Just Don’t Work

You would think it would be a sure-fire hit in Las Vegas: a slot machine with a Frank Sinatra theme. It was unveiled in 2001 when then-Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, along with Sinatra’s daughter, Tina, made Dec. 12 Frank Sinatra Day. Read More

Lonnie Hammargren’s Las Vegas Collectibles Losing Legendary Home

You can now own a piece of one of Las Vegas’ most unusual landmarks. The Lonnie Hammargren House of Nevada History is made up of three homes near South Sandhill Road and East Flamingo Road. Read More

Clark County May Install Steel Posts Along Strip Sidewalks

Following killings at home and abroad where attackers have rammed vehicles into crowds of pedestrians, Clark County commissioners will consider Tuesday whether to install more than 1,000 steel posts along the Strip to separate the road and sidewalks. Read More