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Las Vegas visitation drops 1.7 percent in 2017

After three years of increases, preliminary figures from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority show the total number of Las Vegas visitors in 2017 declined from the previous year. Read More
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Lucky Dragon casino closes

In what’s being called a “temporary closing for repositioning,” the Lucky Dragon resort has shut down its casino and all restaurants except the Cha Garden tea house. The hotel and gift shop also remain open. Read More

Key Las Vegas strip site sold to Wynn

Steve Wynn has purchased the parcel across the strip from Wynn Las Vegas that was formerly the New Frontier and was supposed to be the site of a resort called Alon. Read More

Several Las Vegas projects set for 2018

After a relative lull in new projects last year, expectations are high for the beginning of a new wave of projects in 2018, though emphasis at the start will be on transformations of existing resorts. Read More

Las Vegas displays its holiday spirit

With a week to go till Christmas, the casinos are pulling out the holiday stops. Lots of spots are sponsoring holiday festivities, including “Holiday at the Park” in The Park at New York-­New York, which, for the second year in a row, boasts the city’s tallest tree at 80 feet (20 feet taller than last year). Read More

Las Vegas shows dark for the holidays

If you’re visiting between now and New Year’s and have your heart set on seeing a particular show, make sure to check that there will be performances during your dates. Read More

Las Vegas room rates low for the holidays

The holiday season is prime time for finding low room rates in Las Vegas. Read More

Details released about Sands Arena

After more than a year of silence, details about the joint-venture arena between Sands Corp. and Madison Square Garden have come out. Read More

Zip line planned for Las Vegas strip

It looks like Caesars Entertainment will beat Steve Wynn’s Paradise Park in bringing the first zip line to the strip. Read More

More stadiums planned for Las Vegas

It’s been announced that groundbreaking for the Raiders Stadium will take place in November, but it’s not the only stadium/arena in the works. Read More

WNBA coming to Las Vegas

Add women’s basketball to Las Vegas’ expanding list of professional sports franchises. Read More

Las Vegas recovering from Strip shooting

Last weekend’s mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest concert being staged on the Strip led to much disarray in Las Vegas, but things are beginning to get back to normal. Read More

Parking’s no problem for Golden Knights

This week marks the start of the National Hockey League season and Las Vegas’ first year of being part of a professional sports league with the Vegas Golden Knights. Read More

Football parties pack ‘em in at sports books, showrooms

With football season comes the usual batch of football bashes in Las Vegas. On weekends, the casino sports books are packed with all the games showing on the big screens. Read More

Las Vegas monorail extension in the works

When will the monorail connect to the airport? Maybe sooner than later. The Las Vegas Monorail Co. has quietly purchased a 0.9-acre parcel of land at Reno Avenue across from Mandalay Bay for $2.5 million. Read More

Troubled Fontainebleau finally sells for $600M

At long last, the Fontainebleau has been sold. The hulking blue building on the north end of the Strip was sold to two real estate investment companies for $600 million. Read More

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