The Riviera has closed, but it will not be forgotten. Parts of it will remain on display elsewhere, and for now the building is still being put to use ...
Las Vegas is back in the implosion business, picking up where it left off after a string of iconic resorts were brought down with explosives from 1993 to 2007. A quiet post-recessionary period followed in which implosions were limited to such structures as ...
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Casino closures bring personal stories, drunken toasts and other Vegas rituals. But then there's eBay.
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The Riv will go out as the only—and hence, the best—version of itself.
Like an old museum with a bad curator, the Riviera has its historic charm and bad updates.
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What began as a rumor this month is now official: the Las Vegas tourism authority is moving forward with plans to purchase the Riviera so it can be demolished to make room for more convention space. The LVCVA board of directors will meet ...
In a world where resort sales are not official until the involved parties sign documents, it’s safe to say that one famous Las Vegas hotel might not survive the summer. That hotel is the Riviera.
The 75-minute show features the tried-and-true fare of male revues across the Strip, including a multimedia set and well-muscled male dancers performing skilled choreography in costumes ranging from secret agents to cowboys to firefighters.
Social trip-planning site Gogobot announced the latest edition of its semi-annual Travelers’ Favorite Awards on Thursday, with Las Vegas taking honors in two categories. The city placed fifth among the Top 20 destinations in the world — up a rank from last year.