Las Vegas News

Britney Spears Is Giving A Piece Of Her Las Vegas Residency Ticket Sales To Louisiana Schools

Britney Spears is giving a piece of her Las Vegas show to Louisiana schools. The Kentwood native this week announced that $1 of every ticket sold for the next stretch of her Las Vegas residency show, Britney Spears: Piece of Me at the Planet Hollywood, through the end of the year will go to public schools in Louisiana through a partnership with the Louisiana School Boards Association. Read More

Las Vegas Bars And Restaurants Infusing Tea Into Cocktails

In the Cha Garden bar in the lobby of the Lucky Dragon, a distinctive beverage is unfolding — literally. It begins with an oversized bundle of tied tea leaves in a small glass pot. As a mixologist adds steaming water, that bundle slowly opens, revealing jasmine, marigold and globe amaranth blossoms, and releasing a bouquet of colors, flavors and scents into the water and the air around it. Read More

Golden Gate Hotel-Casino Announces Major Expansion

The iconic Golden Gate hotel-casino in Downtown Las Vegas will reveal a major expansion in late August. The renovation will nearly double the casino in size, add a dramatic entry way on Fremont Street, and extend its high-energy outdoor bar, OneBar at One Fremont Street. Read More

Straight Razor Shave: The Barber Shop At The El Cortez

I love “The Vegas Experience” and I also love experiencing Vegas. There was one particular experience that I had secretly wanted to try, but I always seemed that it would sound goofy if I had told anyone, and I also wasn’t sure that I wanted to spend my precious bankroll on this experience. That experience being my first straight razor shave. Read More

‘Pawn Stars’ Chumlee Lists Gorgeous Las Vegas Party House for $1.8 Million

Austin Lee Russell, better known as Chumlee of “Pawn Stars,” is selling his infamous Las Vegas bachelor pad for $1,849,900. The five bedroom, six bathroom estate was purchased five years ago for $1.1 million — which would earn a soaring profit if he gets his asking price Read More

Golden Knights Owner: Las Vegas Already Outselling The Penguins, Flyers And Bruins

The Vegas Golden Knights haven’t taken the ice for a single game yet. But their owner, Bill Foley, says the NHL’s latest expansion team is already among the league’s best ticket sellers, outdoing iconic franchises like the Philadelphia Flyers, Boston Bruins and repeat Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins in preseason sales for 2017-18. Read More

Why Death Valley’s Hottest Time Of Year Is Also One Of Its Most Popular

For most people, cycling through Death Valley in 114 degree heat does not sound like a good time. Jacob Marek is not most people. The founder of the travel company IntroverTravels visited the California national park in September 2011 and started his bike ride early, when it was 100 degrees, but temperatures quickly climbed. Read More

‘Wheel Of Fortune’ Jackpot Hits Near $727K On Las Vegas Strip

A slot player parlayed a few dollars into a jackpot valued at nearly $727,000 on Saturday in Las Vegas. The jackpot was hit on an IGT “Wheel of Fortune Double 3X4X5X Pay Multiplay” at the Palazzo on the Strip, according to an email from an IGT spokeswoman. Read More

VIDEO: Freak Flooding On Las Vegas Strip Engulfs Taxi Under Linq Hotel

The National Weather Service says the Las Vegas Strip received a record amount of rainfall Friday. Firefighters rescued six people from the rushing waters behind the Linq Hotel and Casino, which is across the street from Caesar’s Palace. Read More

See Some Of The Southwest’s Iconic Landscapes On New Las Vegas Day Trip

There is life outside the neon lights of Las Vegas. Visitors who want to play in Sin City by night and see some of the Southwest’s most iconic natural landscapes by day may want to check out a new air-and-land tour. Read More