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.

  • Nightlife

    "The business is now primed for continued success and ready to move into its next exciting phase of development."

  • NewsAllAggregate

    Las Vegas has taken a beating from the architecture establishment over the years, with critics characterizing the city’s resorts and casinos as a carnival of ...

  • NewsAllSports

    While Craven, who is supervising the project, isn’t as bold as Gillett in claiming construction is ahead of schedule, he is confident the Golden Knights ...

  • AggregateHome AggregateBreaking News

    The rowdy, sign-toting crowd at the Arts District Saturday morning for the March for Science stayed true to its protest cry: “Science not silence!” ...

  • Music

    With its ample dancefloor pit and varied perspectives, the Chelsea may be the right venue for a festival-suited act like Empire of the Sun.

  • A&E

    The annual observance rewards Clark County School District teachers with lavish gifts, prize money and an elegant ceremony for their hard work positively affecting students’ ...

  • Industry Weekly

    The fashion and lifestyle blog launched by Kelley and Victoria Fertitta is bright, fresh and full of energy, not unlike the sisters themselves.

  • Music

    The Oscar-winning film composer talks stage fright and the "BRUMMMMM" sound from "Inception."

  • Industry Weekly

    He’s honored as Worldwide Record Store Day Legend while he returns to his residency production at the Colosseum.

  • Music

    So much metal, so little un-punctured eardrum.

  • Dining

    Chef Vic “Vegas” Moea’s latest offering is perfect for hungry students

  • Reviews

    Momofuku stole the spotlight, but the new Japanese offering at Cosmopolitan is worth your time.

  • Industry Weekly

    Snoop headlines the Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat Tour at Mandalay Bay Beach.

  • Stage

    White Rabbit, Red Rabbit will be performed on consecutive Thursdays at five local theaters.

  • Music

    Goldenvoice has grown the festival map out to accommodate another 25,000 people, which puts estimated attendance at 125,000.

  • Music

    From the downtuned metalcore of A Friend, A Foe to the melodic edge of We Gave It Hell, these locals are ready to represent at ...

  • A&E

    The Strip isn’t the only place to cruise … but it made the list, too.

  • Music

    “Skinny Love” featured Justin Vernon on acoustic guitar with his two drummers backing him—along with 2,000 or so background singers in the crowd.

  • Intersection

    There’s just one catch: NV89 isn’t on Las Vegas’ broadcast dial.

  • Music

    It was hardly a classic Gaga performance, it was forceful and entertaining—and retained its jawdroppingly enormous audience.