Las Vegas News

Oak & Ivy Downtown Las Vegs Now Hosting Monthly Tastings On Its Rooftop Terrace

One of the largest draws to Downtown Container Park is the craft cocktail bar Oak & Ivy, which has built a name for itself by having amassed one of the city’s largest (if not the largest at 104 labels) American whiskey collections. A new monthly event hosted by the bar’s creative lead bartender Terry Clark offers another compelling reason to visit the tavern. Read More

It’s Vegas Pool Season, Here Are Michele Di Palma’s Prime Pool Picks

The official first day of summer was last week and that means one thing–it’s Vegas pool season! With Vegas hitting summer temps in April, the pools have been open for a few months now. But, if you’re like me and have been keeping your summer body under wraps, it’s time to put on that nylon/spandex strappy number and spray tan on some abs. I absolutely love pooling in Vegas. Read More

Passenger Complaints Up 70 Percent For US Airlines

U.S. airline passenger complaints leapt 70 percent in April from a year earlier after a series of high-profile incidents including a passenger being dragged off a United Airlines flight, the government said on Wednesday. Read More

Las Vegas Street Performer Sweats It Out For Tips

Walking down the Strip during a sweltering weekday afternoon, you”ll find packs of tourists, but probably few of Las Vegas’ famous street performers. The minions of “Despicable Me” and superheroes would rather skip the thin crowds and extreme heat. Read More

18 States Sue DeVos For Rescinding Student Protection Rules

Unprecedented temperatures across the Southwest pushed power companies into uncharted territory last week as they shattered records for electricity use. Read More

Next Time You Stay In Las Vegas, Servii The Robot Could Be Bringing Your Food

Robots are no longer a thing of the past. They are sneaking more and more in our daily lives, especially here in Las Vegas. Read More

Median Price Of Las Vegas Home Edges Up To $250K

Las Vegas home sales soared in May from a year earlier despite plunging availability. Read More

Praying For Free Parking? Look For Houses Of Worship Along Las Vegas Strip

Tourists can thank God there is still free parking on the Strip. Drivers to Las Vegas Boulevard have been shouting to the high heavens as one resort after another begins charging for parking. Read More

“Vegas Vickie” Sign Starts To Come Down

Work has begun on the dismantling and removal of the “Vegas Vickie” sign on Fremont Street Monday morning. Vegas Vickie has overlooked Fremont Street for more than three decades. She’ll be taken down to make way for a new resort casino in the space that was once occupied by the Las Vegas Club. Read More

Tourists Flock To Death Valley As Temperatures Approach 120 Degrees

Desert dwellers in the western U.S. see temperatures topping 120 degrees as a reason to hunker down indoors and turn up the air conditioning. But some tourists welcome it as a bucket-list opportunity to experience Death Valley — the hottest place in America. Read More