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Mat Franco Magic Reinvented Nightly – Inventive Magic With A Twist

Mat Franco Magic Reinvented Nightly has found it’s home in the newly renamed Mat Franco Theater at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. With 700 shows under his belt and counting, Franco has become a fixture on the Las Vegas Strip. Read More

Golden Gate Casino Unveils Multi-Million Dollar Expansion

Downtown’s Golden Gate has revealed an expansion that nearly doubles the size of its casino floor, including the addition of about 100 new slot machines. Golden Gate’s expansion encompasses the space formerly occupied by the La Bayou casino and an alley. You’ll want to see our “before” photos of the construction, of course. Read More

Marijuana Possession, Advertising Banned At Las Vegas Airport

Clark County commissioners voted unanimously today to ban the possession or advertisement of legal marijuana at McCarran International Airport and other properties overseen by the county’s aviation division. The ordinance only applies to advertisements overseen by the airport, such as those in displayed on screens and fixed signs around baggage claim. Read More

Jennifer Lopez Announces New Dates For Las Vegas Residency

Jennifer Lopez has announced 32 additional performances for her residency, “All I Have,” at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood hotel-casino. The record-setting show is sold out on a regular basis, and has been seen by over 250,000 guests since opening in January 2016. Read More

5 Las Vegas Shops That Serve Your Favorite Kind Of Pizza

Real New York pizza was made for eating on the street. So it has to be available by the slice. It also helps if you can fold it, because — well, just because. So before your next stroll down Fremont, drop by the Plaza and get a Pop Up slice for the walk. Read More

Officials: July Busiest Month In Las Vegas Airport History

Aviation officials in Las Vegas say July was McCarran International Airport’s busiest month ever. Data released Monday by the Clark County Department of Aviation show more than 4.3 million people flew in and out of Sin City’s airport last month. That’s 3.8 percent more than in July 2016. Read More

FAA: Las Vegas Raiders Stadium Won’t Impact McCarran Traffic

A 225-foot-tall NFL stadium proposed by the Raiders would not impact jetliners taking off or landing at McCarran International Airport, according to preliminary findings issued Wednesday by the Federal Aviation Administration. Read More

Zumanity – Neither Fish Nor Fowl

Going into Zumanity, Mrs. Iun and I had no idea what to expect. We were aware from promotional materials that there would be a gentleman with a Mohawk haircut, and women wearing scantily clothes: but that was essentially the extent of our knowledge. Upon arrival in the theatre lobby, we were treated to the usual photography session, which mostly involved being draped with various feather boas and pouting a lot. Read More

‘Living In Las Vegas’ Podcast Host Has Talked Vegas For 11 Years

For more than 11 years, Scott Whitney has hosted “Living in Las Vegas,” which he describes as “the longest running podcast about Las Vegas that actually originates in Las Vegas.” He’s also the founder of Podworx, Vegas Video Network, Vegas Video Co-Op and, most recently, Live Stream Las Vegas, all of which have produced podcasts and streaming video on various aspects of life in Las Vegas. Read More

Mayweather Vs. McGregor Wagers Result In Biggest Win Ever For Las Vegas Sportsbook

Floyd Mayweather took care of business against Conor McGregor, and that meant big business for Las Vegas betting sites. According to Bovada SportsBook manager Kevin Bradley, Mayweather’s 10th-round TKO victory over Conor McGregor on Saturday busted the wallets of countless bettors who were banking on the UFC lightweight champion pulling off a historical upset in his first-ever pro boxing bout. Read More