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Super Bowl betting declines for first time in 4 years

For the first time in four years, the amount bet on the Super Bowl declined. Read More
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Opening of MSG Sphere in Las Vegas delayed

Sands Corp. disclosed that the opening of the MSG Sphere, the arena being built with Madison Square Garden behind the Venetian, would be pushed back from 2020 to 2021. Read More

Las Vegas Advisor: Hard Rock-Casino closing for rebranding

The Hard Rock Hotel-Casino will close completely while it undergoes an eight-month transformation to Virgin Las Vegas. Read More

Details of new resort Circa in Vegas unveiled

The new casino in downtown Las Vegas, referred to up until now as 18 Fremont, will be called Circa, a name chosen to honor Las Vegas eras gone by, as in circa 1940, circa 1960, circa 1990, etc. Read More

Another casino expansion planned in Las Vegas

The Downtown Grand has announced it’s expanding by 250,000 square feet, with the key addition being a new 495-room hotel tower. Read More

Construction projects this year will keep Las Vegas busy

While 2019 isn’t expected to be a monster year for the opening of new Las Vegas projects, it won’t be a dud, either. Read More
 

Las Vegas Advisor: Holiday spirit on display in Vegas

With a week to go before the New Year’s rush, there’s still time to experience the Las Vegas holiday scene, as lots of spots run their holiday festivities into January. Read More

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
 

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

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