Las Vegas News

Lionel Richie Announces New Shows For Las Vegas Residency At AXIS

Lionel Richie will have more than a dozen new shows as part of his Las Vegas residency beginning late this fall. Richie has announced 14 additional performances for his “Lionel Richie – All the Hits” at The AXIS in Planet Hollywood hotel-casino. Read More

Park on Fremont is Worth a Shot

I first discovered Park on Fremont back in May of 2016; it was my first time back in Las Vegas after taking an eighteen-month break. I had created a list of new restaurant establishments I wanted to check out during my return trip and surprisingly Park on Fremont was not on that list; actually, the main reason I decided to give them a try was that they were the only place that had available bar seating at the time. Read More

Maloofs Bet $880K On Mayweather To Give Winnings To Charity

Gavin and Joe Maloof are so confident Floyd Mayweather Jr. will beat Conor McGregor that they bet $880,000 on it. And if the Maloof brothers are big winners along with Mayweather on Aug. 26, they are giving the proceeds of their whopping wager to charity. Read More

Two Wynn Properties On Las Vegas Strip Begin Charging For Parking

Wynn Resorts’ neighbors on the Las Vegas Strip will be watching if the new paid self-parking plan initiated Monday at Wynn Las Vegas and Encore will affect their own parking garages. Read More

Off The Strip: 10 Places To Explore Beyond Las Vegas

With dancing fountains, a thundering volcano, a pyramid-shaped flashlight and singing gondoliers, Las Vegas Boulevard could be the most happening street in the West. “The Strip,” as it’s known worldwide, is the main drag through Sin City, the former truck stop which grew into one of the most popular cities in the country. Read More

Fontainebleau’s Future Uncertain As Sale Rumors Persist

It happened again last month for the umpteenth time: a fresh Fontainebleau sale rumor. The conveyor of the rumor: none other than MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren, who shared what he knew with Wall Street analysts who called in for the company’s second-quarter earnings report. Murren made it absolutely clear that it isn’t MGM that is interested in the 68-story blue shard of glass parked on the Strip. Read More

Paiute Pot: Las Vegas Tribe Readies To Join Marijuana Market

The Las Vegas Paiute Tribe is preparing to open what it calls the largest free standing retail marijuana store in the country. Less than a mile from downtown Las Vegas sits a sovereign nation and on it rests a 15,000-square foot facility that will eventually be called the Nu Wu Cannabis Marketplace. Read More

Heated Debate Over Adult Shops On Las Vegas Boulevard

Proposed city changes to adult bookstores is upsetting some neighbors, but not for the reasons you might think. A portion of Las Vegas Boulevard is what neighbors are unhappy about. Many want the area cleaned up, but feel the city is moving too fast with proposed changes. Read More

Sarah Jessica Parker Opens In Style On The Strip

Sarah Jessica Parker delicately pulls a shoe from a shelf at her new Bellagio boutique to show a thin strip on the heel. “See this strip, right here?” she asks. “Everybody does it now, but we were the first, and that’s because my mother made me and my sister wear ribbons in our hair, grosgrain ribbons. Read More

Is Las Vegas A Good Place To Raise A Family?

Nationally, Las Vegas is known as the city of slot machines and 24-hour strip clubs. Billboards serve as a constant reminder of all “Sin City” has to offer. But venture off the Strip and beyond downtown, and you’ll find parts of the valley that resemble any other piece of suburban America. So, why do we get such a bad rap when it comes to raising families? Read More