The Kats Report Bureau at this writing is Mizuya lounge at Mandalay Bay, where the band of the moment is The Limit, fronted by John Lombardo, an original singing gondolier at the Venetian and stellar rock vocalist. The tune is ...
For months, there has been the steady buzz of saws, the hammering of nails and the grumbling of bulldozers. Now, at the end of a 1,200-foot pedestrian walkway, a 550-foot-tall observation wheel is taking shape. Developers of Caesars Entertainment's Linq offered a sneak peek today of the development, a $550-million dining, retail and entertainment promenade expected to open in December.
With the art of mixology washing over the Las Vegas bar scene, it’s easy to forget about the city’s most classic cocktail spectacle: flair bartending.
Dennis and Margaret Hart had been coming to Las Vegas at least once, sometimes twice, a year since 1967. This time, they left $1 million richer after he hit a six-card royal flush playing Three-Card poker at the Flamingo earlier this month. They talked to the Sun about their good fortune from their home in Florida.
They're there. Some of them in out-of-the-way nooks and crannies. Others front-and-center as you go into the airport or enter a casino. And as soon as you see one, you're likely to do a double-take. What are they? Out-of-the-ordinary vending machines in the Las Vegas Valley.
Somewhere between naked and not, there's body paint.
One show that everyone should see? I get this question a lot. I get it from Facebook friends when they’re about to visit and you readers ask about once a week by e-mail.
Family entertainment? Oh, come on! Who wants to see that? This is Vegas, for crying out loud!
When is winning a reality TV game show—and the $100,000 check that comes with the title—a bit of a letdown? When the show is MTV’s Top Pop Group.