13 to Watch

Jon Gray's pageant-winning wife, Coco Austin's perverted ghost and more.

What ever happened to our 13 to watch in 2013?

January 9th, 2014

Jon Gray's pageant-winning wife, Coco Austin's perverted ghost and more.

  • 13 to Watch

    North Carolina native is overseeing Zappos' move Downtown and creating the "co-working capital of the world."

  • 13 to Watch

    This 15-year-old is fast—she already has her NASCAR license.

  • Fine Art

    Performance artist is convinced Las Vegas will become a new voice in contemporary art.

  • 13 to Watch

    Western High alum is ready to get down to business, and drag the Nevada Assembly along with her.

  • 13 to Watch

    Without Martin, there'd be no Monta. Or Raku. Or tons of other great local Japanese restaurants.

  • 13 to Watch

    Most Thieves keyboardist built a killer studio for local acts to thrive.

  • 13 to Watch

    "Big Daddy" Carlos has big plans for Downtown's live music and nightlife scenes. Find out why you should be keeping tabs on him and the ...

  • 13 to Watch

    "I’m gonna stay in Vegas till Vegas kicks me out.”

  • 13 to Watch

    The future of the Strip is in the hands of a 28-year-old from Tonopah.

  • 13 to Watch

    Kelly Murphy wants to turn Las Vegas into the next big gay destination—with the biggest gay club in the world.

  • 13 to Watch

    The freshman forward will like be a top-five pick in June's NBA draft—so see him play now.

  • 13 to Watch

    Finchem doesn't just start dialogue about art and urban space, she produces results.

  • 13 to Watch

    Coco Austin might be the most watchable woman on the planet, and now she’s all ours.

  • Kats Report

    The future of one of the Strip’s most successful and celebrated productions has spun into uncertainty.

  • Kats Report

    Early this week, Clint Holmes made the off-handed remark, “Everyone’s shows are closing while mine is opening.”

  • NewsAllSports

    Since opening in April on the Strip, T-Mobile Arena has had a relatively smooth entry into the event game in Las Vegas. The first major ...

  • FeaturedCaesars PalaceLas Vegas Strip

    It’s hard to comprehend now what Caesars palace meant to Las Vegas when it first opened in 1966. It had just 680 rooms (today: 4,610) ...

  • Kats Report

    This week, Monday By the Numbers hits on Jennifer Lopez (wait, that came out wrong) and her added added dates at Planet Hollywood, David Copperfield ...

  • Industry Weekly

    It's nothing less than an icon of late-night Vegas eats.

  • Kats Report

    Deepak Chopra is playing the big room at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 28.

  • Intersection

    The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority recently invited artist Rich McCor to play in the city.

  • Music

    If Tom DeLonge wanted to witness something paranormal, he only needed to attend his former band’s concert Saturday night at The Joint in the Hard ...

  • Opinion

    The Republican conclave in Cleveland was itself a tale of two cities. There were the best of times: the Trump children speaking about their father ...

  • Opinion

    We applaud Donald Trump for his promise, at the start of his acceptance speech as the Republican Party’s candidate for president, to set out “a ...

  • Kats Report

    "I have been making these movies most of my adult life. I’m really proud of them and was really thrilled to come back and play ...

  • Music

    During a stripped-down, mostly acoustic segment, the trio delivered a lovely version of hit “Travelin’ Soldier.”

  • Nightlife

    And one club is opening this weekend. Get the details here.

  • Kats Report

    This week, Monday By the Numbers tilts nostalgically to Flamingo Las Vegas headliner Olivia Newton-John and Cindy Williams.

  • Intersection

    We spoke with Fagel about the positive and widespread reception of his poem "A Brief Note for Dallas" and the surprising maturity of Las Vegas.

  • Industry Weekly

    This year is shaping up to be a big one for the Aussie rapper-model.

  • Reviews

    It’s a pretty place for pretty people to nibble and sip—a perfect fit for the Cosmopolitan.

  • Dining

    The new beer-centric bar boasts a rotating list of 365 brews.

  • Intersection

    Apparently 4.3 percent of Silver State residents identify as LGBT.