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Britney’s Las Vegas Residency Is Ending, So What’s Next For Her?

After four years and well over $100 million in ticket sales, Britney Spears is finally ready to pack up her things and shut down her “Piece Of Me” residency in Las Vegas. It’s been a fun, wild ride, but even the best things must end at some point. The pop star’s manager Larry Rudolph confirmed in a recent interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal that her New Year’s Eve performance will be her last, at least for now. Read More

Casino Chips Enthusiasts Ready For Las Vegas Auction Of Rare Items

Die-hard casino memorabilia collectors won’t be able to bargain over rare chips on display in Las Vegas. A 1969 Caesars Palace $25 casino chip with green horse-head mold and a 1955 $5 chip from Lake Tahoe casino Wagon Wheel are slated to be auctioned off Thursday night at the South Point with bids starting at $4,000 and $500, respectively. Read More

10 Cities Americans Are Moving To (And Where They Are Moving From)

Why do people pick up and move from one city to another? There are plenty of reasons we might list, but a couple of the major motivations to migrate are jobs and economics. Read More

Knowing Vegas: Match The Carpet To The Las Vegas Casino — QUIZ

When was the last time you looked down while walking through a casino? It’s OK. There’s much to see in a casino without sneaking a glance at the carpet. But the floor covering can be an artistic part of a casino’s design, tying together elements of the decor in the same way that your living room wall-to-wall makes a statement. Read More

Las Vegas’ Home Flippers’ Share Of Market Dips, But Profits Rise

House flippers’ share of the market in Las Vegas has inched lower from a year ago but profits have jumped, a new report shows. Read More

Free Downtown Loop Shuttle Service To Start

A new free shuttle service will start motoring passengers around some downtown Las Vegas hot spots Tuesday. The city’s six-month pilot program, dubbed the Downtown Loop, will run daily, stopping at seven downtown spots: Read More

Where To Find Free Or Low-Cost Outdoor Movies In Las Vegas

In the 1920s, the lure of air conditioning alone was enough to get people into movie theaters. Many marquees placed as much or more emphasis on the “refrigerated air” than the film being shown. Read More

More Las Vegas Houses Boarded Up Despite Improved Economy

At an abandoned house a mile or so from the Meadows Mall, the boards covering the front door and windows have a red-colored message: “No Trespassing.” Read More

All Aboard: Las Vegas Launches Free Downtown Shuttle

Downtown’s newest transportation option kicked off this morning with a typical Vegas shebang that included two Mayor Goodmans, a showgirl, a mobster and Elvis. Read More

Secret Las Vegas: 35 Insider Tips From The Locals

Think you know Las Vegas? Think again. There’s so much more to this city than gambling tables and star-studded concerts. And no matter how many times you’ve been, there’s a hidden Vegas that the residents keep to themselves. I tapped into a handful of in-the-know experts and convinced these lady bosses to share their favorite secret finds. Read More