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The property has a lot of great pieces to work with, including stellar restaurants and a variety of entertainment venues.

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May 3rd, 2018

The property has a lot of great pieces to work with, including stellar restaurants and a variety of entertainment venues.

  • The hard part is describing the mysterious project headed up by rocker Perry Farrell.

  • If you haven’t been there in a while, it might be unrecognizable.

  • I am best-suited to determine the exact geographic delineation of one of the most famous destinations in the world. (Okay, maybe not.)

  • Adding a new sports team to Mandalay’s mix—and Las Vegas’—looks like a genius stroke.

  • The Tao Group will create a nightclub and a dayclub, and new restaurants are coming from Bobby Flay and Vegas newbies Michael Symon and Marc ...

  • The town’s first major league pro sports team has become a phenomenon.

  • A savage journey to the heart of totally unironic fun.

  • MGM Resorts Chairman and CEO Jim Murren has repeatedly said MGM is not interested in building new casinos in Las Vegas, so this is as ...

  • When Hakkasan Group acquired Light Group in 2014, the deal sent serious shockwaves up and down the Strip. It appears to be happening all over ...

  • It might be the most specifically focused casino project in the history of Las Vegas.

  • Here’s the course I would chart as Station Casinos to reinvent what is still one the Valley’s most recognizable resorts.

  • Apologies for hauling out an over-used cliché, but this is a game-changer, and if it wasn’t, why would we do it?

  • Beer Park has picnic tables, chilled-out rooftop views of Bellagio’s fountains and Bavarian-style sausages. Easy fun.

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