Las Vegas News

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. The Las Vegas Club and surrounding area demolition is expected to wrap-up before the end of the year. The new resort, 18 Fremont [for now], is expected to make its grand debut in 2020. Read More

Will Las Vegas Be ‘Amsterdam On Steroids’? Door Opens For Pot Lounges

What happens in Vegas will still stay in Vegas — but perhaps no longer behind closed doors, at least when it comes to pot. Earlier this week, Nevada’s Legislative Counsel Bureau gave the green light for marijuana to be permitted in public places, as long as patrons are of legal age. Read More

Las Vegas, NASCAR Trucks Forge Fast Friendship

With all respect due Eddie Kendricks and his 1973 hit record, “Keep on Truckin’ ” might be an even more popular refrain in context of the NASCAR Truck Series and Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Read More

Grand Canyon Lives Up To Its Name

The Grand Canyon — one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World — is one of nature’s most stunning creations. Located in the southwestern state of Arizona, the majestic site has inspired adventurers, poets and painters for hundreds of years. Read More

Not A Hazard: FAA Clears Plan For Proposed Raiders Stadium In Las Vegas

The Federal Aviation Administration has determined that the Oakland Raiders’ proposed stadium in Las Vegas would not be a hazard to aircraft. Read More

10 Best Things To Do In Las Vegas While You’re High

Vegas sucks. You know it; I know it; everyone knows it. Vegas is a booze-soaked money grab that if you’ve done once, you’ve done a million times. Yet every time the season rolls around, we all find ourselves booking that room at The Cosmopolitan (best beds of all time) as if we expect it to be different this time around. Read More

Tyler Wong Wings It For Hat Trick As Golden Knights Open With Win

When the lights came on, there was no suffering stage fright for Tyler Wong and the Golden Knights. The 5-foot-9-inch right wing stood tallest of all in Rogers Arena, scoring on the first shot he took and finishing with a hat trick along with an assist as the Knights routed the Vancouver Canucks 9-4 Sunday. Read More

10 Must-See Las Vegas Attractions That Have Nothing To Do with Gambling

If you think you know what an atomic explosion sounds like, you might want to read this. And then plan a trip to the National Atomic Testing Museum, which features artifacts and exhibits dedicated to nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site, located just north of Las Vegas during the 1950s. Read More

Review: How Does Las Vegas Prevent Catastrophic Floods? The Answer Is In This Exhibition

In 1917, Marcel Duchamp turned a urinal on its back, signed it “R Mutt” and presented it as a work of art. The public was outraged. Even today, people believe that the Frenchman was making fun of artistic pretensions and that his work mocked old-fashioned ideas about tastefulness. Read More

T-Mobile Arena’s Ice Surface Suited Golden Knights’ Players Just Fine

While the Golden Knights lost their preseason home debut, the ice beneath them got winning praise. George Salami, T-Mobile Arena’s ice guru, promised a quality sheet and he apparently delivered. Read More

Fire Guts Las Vegas Lounge Featured On TV’s ‘Bar Rescue’

An early morning fire gutted a bar featured earlier this year on the reality TV show “Bar Rescue,” causing an estimated $500,000 damage, according to Las Vegas Fire & Rescue officials. A Metro Police officer on patrol noticed the fire about 4 a.m. at the Regan Lounge, 5067 E. Bonanza Road, officials said. Read More