Las Vegas News

Father Saves Dozens Before Being Shot During Las Vegas Massacre

Jonathan Smith is being hailed as a hero after reportedly saving dozens during the Las Vegas mass shooting that left 58 dead and more than 500 injured. “I really didn’t want to die,” Smith, a 30-year-old repairman, told The Washington Post. Read More

Lappert’s Ice Cream Is The Real Deal Downtown Las Vegas At The Cal

I am sure you’ve heard the phrase “A moment on the lips, forever on the hips!” a million times before. Well, you can throw that phrase out the window when it comes to Lappert’s Ice Cream because second-guessing your decision is not even an option here. Read More

Cromwell Rolls Out Eatwell Snack Bar, Sports Book And Enticing Games

For a small, boutique hotel, The Cromwell has made some big moves recently. To start, The Cromwell unveiled a new snack bar, Eatwell. Read More

Caesars Palace Fountians Make Way For Samsung Store In Las Vegas

An iconic feature on the Las Vegas Strip has temporarily been replaced, and some people aren’t happy about it. People walking near Caesar’s Palace this week noticed something different. The iconic fountains in front of the hotel were nowhere to be found. Read More

McCarran’s New Cutting-Edge Camera System To Upgrade Surveillance

McCarran International Airport is enhancing its security operations with a new camera system. The Transportation Security Administration proposed a $9 million grant to upgrade the closed-circuit television system and Clark County will add “a couple of million dollars” to match for the camera upgrades, according to Rosemary Vassiliadis, director of aviation at McCarran. Read More

Vegas(ish) Experience – The Grand Canyon

After returning from our helicopter trip the night before (and the requisite pre-beddy-bye gambling), it was about Zero Dark Thirty when we went to bed. Unfortunately, the alarm went off quite soon and we were greeted by this… Read More

These Are The Victims Of The Las Vegas Shooting

Sonny Melton and his wife, Heather, were listening to Jason Aldean sing country tunes at a Las Vegas music festival Sunday night when a noise rang out — the sounds of gunfire. Read More

Ax-Throwing Attraction Opens At Neonoplis In Downtown Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Valley is now home to two ranges where patrons can throw axes and knives at targets. Axehole has opened at the Neonopolis shopping center in downtown Las Vegas. The range offers a one-hour session for $25. Read More

Eric Church Breaks Down In Tribute To Vegas Shooting Victims

Country star Eric Church struggled to hold back tears in a tribute to the victims of the mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas and debuted a song he wrote in their honor called “Why Not Me.” Read More