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Top Las Vegas shows go dark for the holidays

During December, many Las Vegas shows go “dark” to allow cast members to take holiday vacations. Read More
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Monorail to connect with Las Vegas Sphere

A new monorail station has been announced for the MSG Sphere, which is under construction behind the Venetian. Read More

Boutique NoMad hotel opens within Park MGM

The transformation of Park MGM from the former Monte Carlo continues with the opening of NoMad, the luxury boutique hotel that occupies the resort’s top floors. Read More

Wynn Las Vegas trades resort for golf course

The big Paradise Park project that was planned for the golf course area on the Strip behind Wynn Las Vegas is officially history. Read More

First zipline flying 114 feet over the Las Vegas Strip

The Strip’s first zipline, Fly Linq, opened last week. Riders ascend 12 stories on an elevator, harness up and start their ride 114 feet over the Strip. Read More
 

Resorts World casino rising from the Strip

It took a while to get going, but the 3,400-room Resorts World Las Vegas tower at the center of the Strip is now more than halfway finished, reaching floor 35 of 60. Read More

SLS Las Vegas joins North Strip renaissance

SLS Las Vegas has begun a $100-million renovation that will feature an upgrading of all 1,615 of its rooms, along with a revamp of the casino, the addition of new slot machines and a redesign of the pool area. Read More
 

Las Vegas Advisor: Football parties a hot commodity

With football season comes the usual batch of football bashes in Las Vegas. Read More

Another arena under construction — the MSG Sphere at The Venetian

The more than 18,000-seat entertainment venue will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology that will allow sound to be directed with such precision that translations in different languages can be sent to specific seats without the use of headphones or wires. Read More

Las Vegas getting second Taco Bell Cantina

A second Taco Bell Cantina is coming to Las Vegas. Following the city’s first on the south end of the Strip, the new Cantina will be located downtown. Read More

Feast on hotel sale and all-night buffet

The off-Strip Westin Hotel has been sold again. The Westin has had a string of owners since it closed as the Maxim in 2001. Read More

Sports books coming to downtown Vegas

Making sure that Las Vegas isn’t left behind in the national sports-betting frenzy, D owner Derek Stevens has revealed plans for a three-casino, state-of-the-art sports-book project downtown. Read More

Free football contest that visitors to Vegas can play

Football season is here, and in Las Vegas that means promotions, parties, betting specials and football contests. Read More

Las Vegas Advisor: Palace Station makeover unveiled

Palace Station is in the process of completing a two-year, $192 million renovation. Read More

Las Vegas treehouse in the works

The groundbreaking for a $7-million, 22,000-square-foot entertainment and dining venue in downtown Las Vegas was held last week. Read More
 

Scenic drive opens near Las Vegas

A key 15-mile segment of the huge Interstate 11 highway project has opened. Read More

New Las Vegas welcome sign expected to become an iconic photo op

A new welcome sign, featuring two 26-foot-tall showgirls and the words “City of Las Vegas,” was dedicated last week at its location at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Main Street, just north of the Stratosphere. Read More

Sassy Sally returning to Las Vegas

While details about the new downtown casino that will be built on the site of the former Las Vegas Club continue to be kept mostly quiet, it’s been disclosed that the iconic Sassy Sally cowgirl marquee will be incorporated into the outside design. Read More

Cranes returning to Las Vegas skyline

The presence of construction cranes in Las Vegas has always been a sign of prosperous times. Now, after several lean years, the cranes are becoming visible again. Read More

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