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Las Vegas company sells 3 casinos in Colorado
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A Rhode Island casino company said Friday it has completed the purchase of three casinos in Colorado. Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc. said it closed on the Golden Gates, Golden Gulch and Mardi Gras casinos in …

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'Driving Miss Daisy' wheels into Vegas
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Play presents a message of human connection.

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Best Bets: Calibash, Santana, Foreigner and more for your Las Vegas weekend
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With a beloved residency returning to the House of Blues and a new one opening up at the Venetian, the forecast this weekend calls for a big block of rock on the Strip …

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Where to get great dim sum in Las Vegas
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Ping Pang Pong, Tim Ho Wan, Chang’s and more.

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Murren: Raiders, MGM have ‘perfect partnership’ in Las Vegas
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When Jim Murren arrived in Las Vegas in 1998, the thought of a gaming company like MGM Resorts International becoming a partner with an NFL team was unthinkable. The divide between sports leagues like …

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Cursive brings Cloud Nothings and Criteria to the Bunkhouse
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After more than a decade together, noisy, Cleveland-based punk quartet Cloud Nothings is finally set for its live Vegas debut.

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Arty rock band …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead returns to Las Vegas after a lengthy absence
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“Right now, we’re in an age when people are just streaming various songs on a playlist, but it’s nice to throw on something, and then for like 45 minutes, you’re transported,” co-founder Jason Reece says.

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The Rabbit Hole collective celebrates five years in Vegas
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The group, which recently launched a record label called 24 Karrot Records, will throw a blowout party at Downtown’s CMXX, featuring various collective members and labelmates and a headlining performance by The Noir Movement.

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Las Vegas’ art community mourns the death of Alex Huerta
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“His art was very Vegas: street-smart, funky, colorful,” says gallerist Priscilla Fowler, who has displayed the work of 3 Baaad Sheep for years.

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