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Britney Spears Calls Out Fan During Las Vegas Show

We are sure this isn’t the first time something like this has happened in Las Vegas. But a video of singer Britney Spears calling out a seemingly drunk fan on stage at Planet Hollywood is making the rounds. Read More

8 Spots To Satisfy Your Seafood Craving In Las Vegas

Seafood might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about dining in Las Vegas. The city is in the middle of a big desert after all. Despite being surrounded by sand, you can find plenty of things fresh from the sea including all-you-can eat crab legs, fresh sushi and lobster at restaurants all over town. Read More

11 Casino Dice Security Measures To Keep Players From Cheating

About 20 minutes after dice were invented, fashioned from the ankle bones of hooved animals, somebody cheated using dice. The tradition of trying to swindle casinos continues to this day, so casinos take extraordinary measures to prevent players from cheating, especially at the craps table. Read More

What’s Behind Those Massive Building Wraps On The Las Vegas Strip

You don’t have to be a boxing fan in Las Vegas to know when one major bout is done and another is on its way. If you’re near the Strip, just look up at the colossal murals affixed to the MGM Grand’s towers. Read More

Cannabis Lounges Looking More Likely In Las Vegas

Nevada is moving forward on consumption lounges after a letter from its legislative council bureau to State Sen. Tick Segerblom last weekend said such businesses would not violate state law. Read More

6 Great Las Vegas Football Bars And Restaurants Where Fans Can Watch, Drink And Eat

College and pro football seasons have started, and Las Vegas doesn’t want you to miss any of the action. The Strip features football-watching bars and restaurants that will keep you in beer and specialty foods too. Here are some suggestions to help you find just the right spot. Read More

For Hiking Club Members, Rafting Through The Grand Canyon Was The Trip Of A Lifetime

Several members of the Greeneville Hiking and Cycling Club and their families spent six days and five nights hiking, rafting and camping on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon this summer. Eleven people joined others from all over the U.S. on two large motorized rafts with four guides. Read More

In Vegas, Happy Hour Is All Day Long

The worst part of happy hour is right there in the name. It’s usually only an hour (maybe two). Who wants a happy hour when you could have a happy day? At Caesars Palace Las Vegas, guests can currently do 10 straight hours of happiness. Read More

Las Vegas Among Most Popular Places In Us To Flip Houses, Report Says

Las Vegas was one of the most popular places in America to flip houses last quarter, although profits were below national averages, a new report shows. Some 8.9 percent of home sales in the Las Vegas area in the three months ending June 30 were flips, according to Attom Data Solutions, which defines a flip as selling a home within a year of buying it. Read More

Marijuana Has No Place In Nevada Casinos, Gaming Officials Say

The Nevada Gaming Commission gave clear answers to several questions involving recreational marijuana use as they relate to gaming licensees: No, no, no. Read More