The LGBT-marketed danceteria was the first of its kind inside a Vegas casino.
There’s no place on the planet that screws up your relationship with money as much as Las Vegas, but not just in the way you think.
The weekend ahead is one of signature Las Vegas entertainment, ranging from a revamped Strip classic to a new take on Cirque du Soleil for charity to community art for locals downtown. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets:
Replacement for Bally's Steakhouse will take up 9,300 square feet with 250 seats.
I am thrilled to have been asked to write a guest column for the one and only Mr. Robin Leach as he basks in the Tuscan sun. For those of you who have only seen my fiery redheaded image on show fliers in town, my name is Tara Palsha.
Celine Dion has a mischievous plan afoot if she ever takes unexpected absences from her resident headliner shows at The Colosseum in Caesars ...
New Strip headliner Veronic is a pint-sized powerhouse of extraordinary talent and unstoppable energy. She darts across the stage faster than an Olympic sprinter. She’s a combination of lightning force and thunderbolt vigor.
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Bally’s Las Vegas plans to renovate 756 rooms in its South Tower and rename it the Jubilee Tower, named after the longest-running burlesque act in Las Vegas and slated to welcome its first guests in late summer.
Strip Scribbles: MGM to open its walls on the Strip so tourists can see into the casino; Reviv hangover spa opens next month
The front façade from the famous gold lion to the north end by M&M’s World is coming down.