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Wynn Resorts will become the fourth resort group on the Las Vegas Strip to charge customers to park in its self-parking garages beginning Aug. 7.
For years, Las Vegas sports books profited as bettors lost their wagers on the Chicago Cubs to win the World Series. When the Cubs finally won the World Series in 2016 for the first time in 108 years, the books won again.
This city has an important role to play in the development of future music artists, and I’m happy to do whatever I can to help foster that. After focusing much of my efforts these last few years on the national music scene, primarily on artist management, it has felt good to bring my contacts, experience […]
In his absence, a great number of showbiz entertainers, celebrity VIP’s, chefs, restaurateurs and Vegas dignitaries have stepped forward to write their guest columns. And, it all starts today with the Green Fairy from the hit “Absinthe” show, Melody Sweets who opens every show there descending from the roof in a sassy, green burlesque gown.
Between 4,000 and 5,000 people attended this year’s Las Vegas Salsa Buchata Super Congress, which took place at the Tropicana over the weekend. The 14th annual event features dance workshops, performances, competitions and more.
Jelani Allen, a 21-year-old “American Ninja Warrior” devotee, drove more than 1,300 miles from his Las Vegas home to Kansas City, Missouri, with his 81-year-old grandfather in tow, then slept outside the audition space for 10 days with no guarantee he’d even get to try out for the NBC competition show.
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.