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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.

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxeMusic

    With more than 130,000 attendees at 2016 EDC on Sunday, Metro Police tallied a record number of single-day felony arrests for the second consecutive day ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxeMusic

    With more than 135,000 attendees at Night 2 of the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Metro Police tallied a new record for ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxeMusic

    “Save the World” by Swedish House Mafia was the final song I heard before the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway ended for ...

  • Kats Report

    This week, Monday By the Numbers focuses on three famous but ill-fated businesses on Fremont Street: The Girls of Glitter Gulch, Mermaids and La Bayou. ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxeMusic

    More than 135,000 daily visitors have filled LVMS for EDC through its first two nights. While many of the participants are return visitors to the ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxeMusic

    An estimated 140,000 electronic dance music fans streamed into the festival grounds at LVMS after enduring the bumper-to-bumper commute up I-15 for the annual three-day ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxeRobin Leach: Luxe Life Blog

    Maria Sisneros, 29, and Evangelina Alcantar, 30, of San Jose, Calif., have spent the last decade dating, waiting patiently for their chance to get married. ...

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxeMusic

    An estimated 135,000 festivalgoers attended the first day of the 2016 Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Friday, and a very small ...

  • Kats Report

    The vision of the original architects of Las Vegas Motor Speedway is certainly a prominent reason for the success of the Electric Daisy Carnival. But ...

  • FeaturedElectric Daisy Carnivalelectronic dance music

    The fest's most notable developments, from its SoCal inception to its Las Vegas rebirth.

  • Kats Report

    We begin with a great quote from Tala Marie, the lone remaining original member of Matt Goss’s dance troupe The Dirty Virgins at the Gossy ...

  • Music

    Alongside EDM heavyweights, EDC 2016 has an unofficial undercard stacked with up-and-comers and can’t-miss veterans.

  • Music

    On his new book's title: Porcelain is white and fragile and I’m white and fragile, so it sort of made sense.

  • Kats Report

    Eight years ago, almost to the day, a group of experts with a deep education of pro sports visited the Las Vegas Sun offices for ...

  • Intersection

    We’re barbarians. We destroy things others create and think it’s hilarious.

  • Arts & EntertainmentVegasDeluxe

    It has to be one of the largest circular grill centerpieces in America, a whopping 4,400-pound steel surface (a giant griddle ) called “The Iron.” ...

  • Dining

    Mexico meets Mumbai at the funky new casual concept.

  • Kats Report

    Bill Foley sidestepped a commemorative street sign reading “NHL Hockey Boulevard” to talk for a time about his hockey team. ...