14 to Watch

A year later, checking in with the movers and shakers who made our 14 to Watch list.

14 to Watch in 2014: Where are they now?

January 10th, 2015

A year later, checking in with the movers and shakers who made our 14 to Watch list.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    The medical professional wants to improve your health with humor and education.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    The 16-year-old student and actress is taking on radio and fighting bullying.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    In our intergalactic future, Robert Bigelow sees some lines drawn in the moon dust.

  • UNLV sportsFeatured14 to Watch

    After a successful season, Rebel fans will be looking to Hauck for an encore next fall.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    Ross Mollison, the man behind Absinthe and one of our 14 to Watch in 2014, brings us Rose. Rabbit. Lie at the Cosmopolitan.

  • DiningFeatured14 to Watch

    It seems like Giada was born and bred to open a big Las Vegas restaurant. The time has come.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    Mundane everymen get their day in the sun thanks to David Armstrong's excellent fiction.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    The Vegas native’s Life Is Beautiful set last October had a flighty festival crowd on lockdown.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    The NYC transplant is currently pursuing a residency at the Cosmopolitan's P3Studio.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    From gang life to law school to Carson City.

  • Featured14 to Watch

    The new craft brewery opened late last month. Go grab a pint!

  • Featured14 to Watch

    "It’s fun to see when people have that experience of creating change.”

  • Chef Talk

    Gordon Ramsay is too famous to do anything quietly, but he gave it a shot by soft-opening his fifth restaurant in Las Vegas on Jan. ...

  • A&E

    The enhancement will send riders chasing after an escaped alien. But don't fret, traditionalists—you can still ride headset-free.

  • Incidental Tourist

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

  • Music

    "There’s no way we could cover everything we have. It would have to be a three-and-a-half-hour show."

  • Dining

    Corned beef bread pudding Benedict? Yes, please.

  • Music

    He’s done acid in Las Vegas, which he calls “a bad life decision.”

  • Arts & EntertainmentNightlifeMusic

    The incoming artists are better known in Ibiza, where dance music remains house-centric.

  • A&E

    Cole is expanding on his role as Charlie in "Black-ish" with the award-winning show's spin-off, "Grown-ish."

  • Nightlife

    The former Wynn executive has been appointed president of events and nightlife for MGM Resorts International.

  • Intersection

    Led Zeppelin, the Grateful Dead and Bob Marley all played concerts there.

  • Industry Weekly

    The in-demand hip-hop and R&B singer, writer and producer takes his talents to the Cromwell this weekend.

  • NewsSportsAggregate

    For the first time in franchise history, the Golden Knights have completed a regular-season sweep over a team. Vegas handed Tampa Bay only its fifth ...

  • Industry Weekly

    Using elements of dance, contortion and gymnastics, this trio fits right in.

  • Weekly Q&A

    “Compared to my Ohio life, people are more positive here, more responsive to literary things.”

  • Dining

    Last year, four location added growler fill stations, rotating in kegs of Pizza Port’s Bacon & Eggs coffee porter, Lovelady’s peanut butter-laced Paleo Porter and ...

  • Industry Weekly

    It could be a major spark for a new firestorm of entertainment in Las Vegas.

  • A&E

    Potato pancakes, tortas, loco moco and more.

  • Film

    Tom Hanks plays Ben Bradlee, a born newspaperman whose only instinct is to publish the Pentagon Papers.

  • Intersection

    It could have been a scene straight out of a science fiction thriller.

  • A&E

    “I’m not competitive, but I do think I was the greatest strip-club DJ who ever lived.”