Las Vegas News

David Copperfield’s Integrity Is No Illusion

Sixteen years ago, I had the opportunity to have something that David Copperfield wanted for his collection. We came to an agreement that included lifetime show tickets for me and my family in Las Vegas. Read More

TSA Quietly Tested New Screening Process In Las Vegas

Travelers passing through McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas during the long Memorial Day weekend might notice some changes to security screening. Or maybe not, since the pilot program was quietly enacted there more than a year ago. Read More

Dana White, Conor McGregor Agree On Deal To Fight Floyd Mayweather Jr.

UFC president Dana White finally has come to an agreement with his biggest star to promote a boxing match that figures to be the most lucrative bout in combat sports history. Read More

Jennifer Lopez Is At Her Best For ‘All I Have’ At Planet Hollywood

After just a couple of songs to open her May 24 return to the stage at Planet Hollywood’s Axis theater, Jennifer Lopez had to take a break. Not because she ran out of energy. That doesn’t seem to happen, ever. It was her shimmering, barely-there dress: She nearly danced herself out of it. Read More

Showcase Mall On Las Vegas Strip Plans $1.16M In Construction

Changes are coming to Showcase Mall. The Strip property received a construction permit earlier this month detailing $1.16 million worth of work to its second floor. Read More

Las Vegas Goes From Gambling Halls To Shopping Malls

It doesn’t take long to realize how big shopping has become in this desert destination that casino gambling once ruled. Digital signs inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace urge visitors to “Shop as the Romans Do” along a 675,000-square-foot path with a Roman streetscape and talking statues. A model for experiential retailing. Read More

Top Sushi Dishes At Vegas Restaurants To Eat This Summer

Swap scorching temps for a fine sushi experience this season. These standout Vegas eateries offer sensational bites that are as tasty as they are refreshing. Read More

Zappos Offering Virtual Reality Tours Of Downtown Las Vegas Call Center

Online shoe retailer Zappos has replaced its tour through the company’s downtown call center with headsets that let tourists play the role of call taker. The new feature is part of a remodel of the site tour that now focuses on one main room on the campus’ first floor. Read More

Vegas Vickie Being Removed To Make Way For Las Vegas Club Demolition

She came to life in 1980 in downtown Las Vegas. She has lived her whole neon-lit life there. Her nickname has always been Vegas Vickie. Her friends always made sure that you knew her name Vickie was spelled with an “ie not a y” to make herself stand out from all the rest of the scantily clad ladies gracing the famous Fremont Street. As with most young women in the West who had no real future in head of them, she married young. At the age of 14, she was married off to an old cowboy who lived across the street. Read More

The Timeless Nevada Restaurant Everyone Needs To Visit At Least Once

Located at 2985 Las Vegas Blvd. So. stands perhaps the most timeless Nevada restaurant and most iconic restaurant in all of Las Vegas. The Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge stands today where it has stood for 45 years. Even though its former neighbor—the Riviera Hotel—has since been imploded (as well as the Silver Slipper Casino that used to stand across the street), the Peppermill’s longevity attests to its iconic standing in Sin City and its tremendous food. Read More