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A rebel yell will be heard again in Las Vegas. Palms Casino Resort and Live Nation on Tuesday have announced Billy Idol is returning for ...

Another rebel yell: Billy Idol returning for Las Vegas residency

September 18th, 2018

A rebel yell will be heard again in Las Vegas. Palms Casino Resort and Live Nation on Tuesday have announced Billy Idol is returning for ...

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    Not for nothing is local bar owner P Moss’ book about tiki culture called “Liquid Vacation.” There’s something about a tall, cold, sweet tiki beverage ...

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    A man's feud with his grandmother turned into a bizarre and deadly weekend confrontation that ended with a supermarket worker dead and dozens of ...

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    The Sapphire Pool and Dayclub is going topless. Aiming for a European-style atmosphere, guests at Sapphire’s pool party can now enjoy the sun and ...

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    For the first time this postseason, the Golden Knights lost a home game in regulation. The Washington Capitals topped Vegas 3-2 ...

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    In a Stanley Cup Final matchup full of stars, Game 1 was decided by the lesser-known players. The Golden Knights received two third-period goals from ...

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    Kyle Connor fed a puck across the Golden Knights crease to the stick of Mark Scheifele, and the Jets’ alternate captain fired it into the ...

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    Tomas Tatar, who has spent most of the postseason as a healthy scratch and had yet to score in his four playoff appearances, opened the ...

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    The Golden Knights are eight wins away from lifting the Stanley Cup. Vegas finished off the Sharks with a convincing 3-0 win Sunday night ...

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    The Golden Knights were unable to beat Sharks goalie Martin Jones, falling 4-0 to even the series 2-2 Wednesday night in San Jose. Jones stopped ...

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    The Golden Knights have stolen home ice advantage back for the second round of the playoffs. Vegas entered a crazed SAP Center in San Jose ...

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    Workers at a casino hotel west of the Las Vegas Strip have voted to unionize through a secret-ballot election supervised by the National Labor Relations ...

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    Authorities say four people are injured after a three-vehicle crash in Las Vegas. The accident occurred about 6:15 a.m. Sunday...

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    In the tense moments before a jury convicted Bill Cosby of sexual assault, the prosecutor who had branded him a "con man" and called him ...

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    To gain approval for their $26.5 billion merger agreement, T-Mobile and Sprint aim to convince antitrust regulators that there is plenty of competition for wireless ...

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    The Golden Knights came as close as you can come to winning a hockey game without actually winning it, Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena...

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    To say the Golden Knights blew the Sharks out of the water in game one of their second-round playoff series, would be downplaying the performance. ...

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    Golden Knights fans invaded Los Angeles Tuesday night, armed with brooms. They celebrated outside Staples Center well into the night after the Golden Knights completed ...

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    Former U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said Wednesday he has had a change of heart on marijuana and will promote its nationwide legalization as a ...

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    North Korea's government has communicated with the United States to say that leader Kim Jong Un is ready to discuss his nuclear weapons program with ...

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    This Las Vegas entertainment legend has a simple philosophy in going about his craft: “When I went into karaoke, I wanted to share the stage ...

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    Entire populations have been wiped out, forever entombed under layers of ash, lava and rock. But as volcanoes destroy, they also create. More than 80 ...

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    Most people probably think of the Las Vegas Festival Grounds as the big empty lot where the first and only edition of Rock in Rio ...

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    Local sports books could save money by passing on purchasing NBA League Pass this year, and instead only showing nationally televised games. The teams that ...

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    Lawmakers are asking Nevada voters to boost the renewable energy consumption requirement to 50 percent by 2030 ...

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    The longest running show on the Strip will start over at the Trop in February.

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    Chef Nikki Hughes’ small plates are top shelf, and the beer list is a living legend.

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    The Chef’s Table EPICurean Experience series at Mandalay Bay will offer a variety of fun dining moments all weekend long.

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    To be a high-profile queen in Vegas, it takes everything you’ve got: celebrity-blessed impersonations, DIY diva know-how and a fearless sense of individuality.

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    The band is different, it’s mature and its new album is good.

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    The Vancouver-based dance pair takes over Wynn’s Intrigue Nightclub on October 12 and 19.

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    The 45-year-old desert-rock icon plays Count’s Vamp’d on October 11.

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    When most adults reminisce about their school lunches, it’s usually memories of smashed PB&J sandwiches from a brown paper bag or school meals filled with ...

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    MedMen opened its second Las Vegas marijuana dispensary October 6.

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    These burgers pack plenty of savory umami and meaty mouth-feel without trying to imitate any one flavor.

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    Elections have consequences. They define who we are as a people. And now we have a chance to show the world as a people we’re ...