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Linq Promenade features acrobatic contestants from America's Got Talent.

Give us a hand(stand), Santa

December 17th, 2014

Linq Promenade features acrobatic contestants from America's Got Talent.

  • How about some three-chili chicken from Lao Sze Chuan to complement your next bottle buy?

  • A public nod to Las Vegas history like none other in this town.

  • So many venues involved in Hakkasan Group’s $36 million buyout of Light Group, so many questions to ask.

  • The last time the Rebel football program made a move this bold was the 1998 hiring of John Robinson.

  • “We’re always looking to connect with attendees and see what they would love."

  • If anything, he says he spoils his cats to a fault.

  • Audio, images and artifacts chronicle its nearly 80-year relationship with the hotel industry at the UNLV Lied Library.

  • The annual competition is a chance for graduating engineering students to catch the eyes of industry pros—and to launch their own businesses.

  • Get your om on right next to the Boulevard.

  • The new 30-second spot was filmed at the SLS and MGM Grand.

  • The magician's claim that “magic hasn’t been presented in the right way in America” rings a bit hollow in Las Vegas.

  • 2015 winner Lauren Heaton talks rodeo crowns, riding strange horses and maybe hyperventilating just a little onstage.

  • Also, what an unidentified local plans to do with the $14 million he won at Rampart Casino last week.

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