Las Vegas News

“Circus 1903” At Paris Is Family-Friendly Spectacle With Thrills And Laughs Galore

“Circus 1903” at Paris Las Vegas is the newest show to open on the Las Vegas Strip, and it’s full of family-friendly variety acts, belly laughs and mesmerizing elephant puppetry. In fact, the show’s so good, you might say it’s “Absinthe,” but without the dirty jokes. Given “Absinthe” is one of the best shows in Las Vegas, that’s saying something. Read More

A Hidden Las Vegas Gem: Vince Neil’s Tatuado Eat Drink Party

Just the other day I was looking for a word to describe my feelings about returning to Circus Circus. The first thing that came to mind was “Smoky Den of Iniquity” but that’s four words. “No, mercy, please.” Dangit, that’s only three words. Ah, wait… Trepidation. That’s exactly the word, trepidation. Read More

5 Las Vegas Coffee Shops To Visit For National Coffee Day

Open 24 hours, this is a preferred haunt of westside night owls who aren’t into the bar scene. Sip traditional coffee options with almond, soy, hemp or coconut milk, as well as hot and cold sweet beverages and a few types of tea. For food, they have amazing sandwiches, a few pastas, desserts baked in-house and a nice vegan selection. Read More

Golden Gate Casino Reveals New Look

It’s official folks, Golden Gate Hotel and Casino is back in business. After closing on August 20, 2017, to complete the extensive expansion, Golden Gate welcomed its first guest this evening. Here is your exclusive first look… Read More

Frequent-Flying: Airlines Make It Harder To Earn Free Flights For Loyalty

Airline loyalty programs are losing much of their allure even for frequent fliers, and the rules for navigating the system have changed. Flying is no longer the best way to earn miles or points. The biggest bang for your buck comes from signing up for the right credit card. Read More

Las Vegas Club Demolition Update

Resident photographer Greg C. captured the ongoing demolition progress by North American Dismantling Corp. at the former site of the shuttered Las Vegas Club. The site, which also encompasses the former Mermaids footprint, is the future home to the “18 Fremont” resort. Read More

Clark County Taking Steps To Increase Wireless Service On Las Vegas Strip

Clark County has hired a broadband planning company to help regulate anticipated contracts with major wireless carriers. Companies including Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile have indicated to the county that they are interested in installing low-powered nodes on light poles and other structures along the Strip to improve cellphone reception. Read More

County Gives Go-Ahead To Building Las Vegas Raiders Stadium

After an hour of presentations, questions and answers Wednesday before the Clark County Commission, the only suspense in commission chambers was whether the vote on use permits, waivers and design reviews for the Oakland Raiders’ planned 65,000-seat, domed football stadium would be unanimous. Read More

Hiking In Las Vegas? These Travelers Bet On It

On the north side of Las Vegas, an almost forgotten path winds up a steep, rocky hill. From the top, views of the runways of sprawling Nellis Air Force Base stretch to the northeast. Off to the west, there’s a view of the Las Vegas skyline and beyond to Charleston Peak. Read More

Woman Hits $787,000 Jackpot On Penny Slot Machine

A Texas woman hit a $787,842 jackpot this week on a penny slot machine at Harrah’s. Janet Redwine of Coppell, Texas, hit the big prize on Monday while playing a Willy Wonka: World of Wonka machine, Caesars Entertainment announced today. Read More

New And Existing Housing Market Thrives In The Valley

The existing and new-home market in Southern Nevada has been on the rise through 2017 — gaining in number of units sold, median price and construction activity. “We were expecting a slowdown in August, and we are right on track to have another amazing month,” said Dave J. Tina, the 2017 president of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors and co-owner of Urban Nest Realty in Summerlin. Read More