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November 16th, 2017

Jimmy Kimmel, Guy Fieri, Larry Johnson and more.

  • FeaturedCirque du SoleilZumanity

    “The Cyr wheel is a mystical apparatus. There’s something about whirling dervishes that is very entrancing.”

  • FeaturedUNLV

    The College of Hospitality, the med school and a 30-point win over Duke some of you might remember.

  • FeaturedUNLV

    Where did UNLV have a satellite campus from 2006 through 2015?

  • A&E

    Country star Jason Aldean says he hopes that healing can start for those affected by a mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival in ...

  • Featured

    Some locals think back fondly on MGM Grand Adventures, largely due to its Halloween transformation and its giant swing ride.

  • Featuredattraction

    We considered all the things that make (or made) these attractions unique, groundbreaking and, above all, fun. And then we ranked them.

  • Featuredattraction

    From Mystic Falls Park at Sam’s Town to Bonnie Spring Ranch.

  • MusicFeatured

    The more the industry wanted to package the North Las Vegas native, the more he wanted to wiggle out.

  • Arts & EntertainmentFeaturedFine Art

    “We’ve been problem-solving for so many years, we feel comfortable approaching the unfamiliar.”

  • Steve WynnWynn Las VegasEncore

    The development will also have a new 47-story, 1,500-room hotel with its own convention space, casino and restaurants. It will sit roughly between the Encore ...

  • FeaturedBooksHalloween 2017

    What happens when our mobster past comes back in undead form?

  • FeaturedHalloween 2017

    “Why would I want to make a movie? It’s like going to the proctologist or the dentist.”

  • FeaturedFilmHalloween 2017

    The Sin City Horror Fest, Stranger Things Season 2 and more.

  • FeaturedHalloween 2017

    The imposing star of Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures led us on a tour of his personal masterpiece.

  • FeaturedHalloween 2017

    Fright Dome, Freakling Bros. and other Vegas haunts

  • A&E

    Less than three weeks after the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history took place at a packed Las Vegas country music festival, another valley ...

  • FeaturedFoodMexican food

    It’ll add a second story and more than 10,000 square feet.

  • FeaturedMexican food

    Spread a thin layer of sour cream inside half the shell.

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    "I love being in a small club where everybody has a good seat and we don’t look like ants. And you can feel the audience, ...

  • Featuredattraction

    We considered all the things that make (or made) these attractions unique, groundbreaking and, above all, fun. And then we ranked them.

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    Caesars Entertainment is building a zipline that will run from a 122-foot launch tower near the Las Vegas Strip 1,080 feet to the base of ...

  • Featured

    Some locals think back fondly on MGM Grand Adventures, largely due to its Halloween transformation and its giant swing ride.

  • Reviews

    I have a hard time deviating from pastrami, but there are soups, bagel platters, burgers and other entrées.

  • Industry Weekly

    We caught up with new Las Vegas resident Nick Carter.

  • A&E

    She's back at Treasure Island on November 10.

  • Dining

    He came to town to run Yellowtail at Bellagio in 2008 and also maintains Kumi at Mandalay Bay.

  • Reviews

    Load up on the homemade salsas—a chunky mild, the medium green and an eat-at-your-own-risk spicy red.

  • A&E

    Bellagio, Stations, Cosmo and more.

  • Industry Weekly

    Tune into BET on November 26 to catch the music spectacular held at Orleans Arena on November 5.

  • Industry Weekly

    The modern supper club at the Cosmopolitan continues to push the boundaries.

  • A&E

    The point of this show is to take fans on a trip back through time to when we were all younger, and these songs were ...

  • Featuredattraction

    From Mystic Falls Park at Sam’s Town to Bonnie Spring Ranch.

  • Music

    The New Jersey band landed an opening slot on Blink-182’s U.K. tour this past summer.

  • Intersection

    Branded One CrossFit focuses on the disabled servicemen and women of Southern Nevada.

  • Dining

    Key to this masterpiece are the fluffy black pepper challah bun, the tangy dijoinaise and the perfect fried egg.

  • A&E

    The sub-bosses are “the Broodals,” an evil rabbit family of wedding planners (yes, really).

  • Industry Weekly

    The Yayfriends Sound Check 2 dance party gets on track November 18.

  • Industry Weekly

    “When you think about Las Vegas, few places are more iconic than the Palms.”