Las Vegas News

George Strait Furthers His Legacy At Las Vegas ‘Number Ones’ Show

On Friday night, George Strait began the last round of his current Las Vegas show in which he plays back-to-back evenings of only Number One songs – well, mostly Number Ones. Last night, the King of Country snuck in a few songs that didn’t exactly make their way to the top of the charts. Read More

‘Chopped’-Style Competition With Las Vegas Chefs Makes Return

Just a few years ago, the hottest underground event in the local food world was the Back of the House Brawl, a series of late-night cooking competitions at Tommy Rocker’s on Dean Martin Drive, which challenged top chefs to cook with bizarre ingredients on cramped food trucks. Read More

Caesars Quarterly Loss Narrows, But Renovations Weigh On Results

Add unlucky play to the list of financial struggles Caesars Entertainment is undergoing. The Las Vegas-based company, operators of nine Las Vegas properties and in the midst of emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, reported huge losses — but not as bad as in the second quarter of 2016 — on weak revenue performance. Read More

Parties Still Going Strong In Las Vegas Dayclubs

Jalen Hogg’s wide grin said it all. From his cabana at the Hard Rock Hotel’s Rehab pool, he could take in the entire scene: About 150 young men and women frolicking in the sun-drenched water, dancing and drinking to celebrate the start of their weekend. Read More

Puppy Abandoned In Las Vegas Airport With Heartbreaking Letter

A three-month-old puppy was abandoned in a Las Vegas airport with a heartbreaking note explaining how the owner had “no other option” but to leave the miniature Chihuahua behind. Read More

Tourists Buying Marijuana In Las Vegas Have Nowhere To Smoke It In Las Vegas

Recreational marijuana sales are booming in Las Vegas as tourists catch on. But under current Nevada law, there’s only one place people can consume cannabis: their private residence. Read More

All The Ways You Can Bet Mayweather-McGregor

The superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will take place Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Already the betting action has been brisk, and the fight is on pace to be the most bet bout in Las Vegas history. Read More

These Grand Canyon Photos, Time-Lapse Will Make You Want To Visit

Aryeh Nirenberg had been the Grand Canyon before. The South Rim, to be exact. He enjoyed his stay but knew there was a greater potential to do what he loves if he could make time to venture further into Arizona’s iconic claim to fame. Read More

7 Tips About Eating In Vegas

World-class dining is one of the many reasons people come to Vegas. You’ll definitely want to indulge in some great meals when you visit, but maybe it’s your first time here and you’re not sure where to go. Maybe you’re looking to save some money on your next trip or maybe you’re just trying to stick to your diet even though you’re in Sin City. Read More

When The Classic Signs Of Las Vegas Come Down, They Come Here

Each year, more than 40 million people make their way to enjoy the bright lights of Las Vegas. But, what they don’t know is just 10 minutes off the strip there’s a hidden gem that will takes it back to where it all began. It’s called the Neon Museum and it’s home to some of the most iconic Las Vegas neon signs. Read More