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From buying a ticket from a scalper for Gonzaga vs. Saint Mary’s in the WCC tournament to counting the hoodies at the WSOP, the Las Vegas Valley offers a Bucket List for those who prefer to stay close to home.
Brandon Flowers and the Killers shot their first Vegas location music video — “The Man” — at the Mr. Brightside Café next to the Plaza.
Veteran Vegas radio personality Jim Tofte says the new UNLV spirit logo, unveiled Wednesday, looks a lot like the Las Vegas Wranglers’ logo from around the 2010-2011 season.
“Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” is back for its second season in Las Vegas, and the long-running game show is looking to give away some of those millions to locals.
UNLV unveiled its new logo Wednesday, a new take on the Hey Reb! mountain man with a nod to Las Vegas. The response on social media was not kind.
Roughly 323,000 people are expected to visit Las Vegas from Friday to Wednesday, making it the ninth most popular destination during the extended holiday weekend, according to AAA and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
More than 300 entertainers from Las Vegas Strip shows turned out to celebrate Sunday’s 31st consecutive year of Golden Rainbow’s “Ribbon of Life.” Cirque du Soleil’s “Zumanity” Mistress of Ceremonies Edie the Entertainer (Christopher Kenney) and Fox Channel 5 host Sean McAllister were hosts of the fun-filled afternoon held at the Tropicana showroom.
7th & Carson restaurant and bar, in the former Glutton at 616 E. Carson Ave. in downtown Las Vegas, is scheduled to open Thursday.
The Golden Knights Monday announced their 44-man roster for their first development camp and all of the team’s draft picks are expected to participate at the Las Vegas Ice Center.
Gwar, Sick of It All, Falling in Reverse and Save Ferris were among the bands taking the stage at the Hard Rock Hotel when the Warped Tour made its Las Vegas Stop on Friday.
• HOMES FOR VETS: A new reality television show filming in Las Vegas awards home to veterans. Music star Ray J is the host of “Homes 4 Heroes.” The unique program is sponsored by Las Vegas business owner Maria Miuccio who owns Cash Kingdom, a payday and title loan company. Maria, who also owns an […]