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Q&A with the six stars of ‘ShowStoppers’

Q&A with the six stars of ‘ShowStoppers’

With a 66-member cast of 35 singers and dancers, in addition to an onstage, 31-piece orchestra, “Steve Wynn’s ShowStoppers” has it all. From elaborately-designed sets to intricate costumes that undoubtedly raise the attention-to-detail precedent, audience members of all ages will appreciate the colorful artistry of this dazzling show. And while every element of this show is [...]

Big Game meets big nightlife in Las Vegas

Big Game meets big nightlife in Las Vegas

Are you ready for what we’re legally only allowed to call the “Big Game”? We sure hope so. Because in a town like Vegas, with somewhere around infinity plus 10 screens showing the Big Game, we’re definitely ready to listen to half the country cheer and the other half accuse that first half of cheating [...]

Where to get the best Big Game grub in Las Vegas

Where to get the best Big Game grub in Las Vegas

Sunday is really all about two things. Number one, it’s about football. And number two, it’s about food. Whether it’s tailgating parties with barbecues and homemade specialties or the traditional bites you buy at the stadium, football and food just go hand in hand. No Big Game party would be complete without a good spread. [...]

Bringing Sinatra back with “Frank – The Man. The Music”

Bringing Sinatra back with “Frank – The Man. The Music”

Before 1,733 audience members, accompanied by a 32-piece orchestra, approximately 20 timeless hits are revived by one man to bring you “Frank – The Man. The Music.” The musical masterpiece created by Stephen Eich (Producer), Vince Falcone ( Musical Director and 10-year musical director to Frank Sinatra), and the show’s star, expert impressionist Bob Anderson, [...]

The best hotels in Vegas for: Adrenaline junkies

The best hotels in Vegas for: Adrenaline junkies

What was the last thrill you had in your life? If you answered nabbing a pull-through parking spot at the grocery store (and that is a glorious feeling), then it’s a good thing you’re coming to Vegas. Just being in Sin City can deliver a much-needed adrenaline boost. As it happens, this week our series [...]

Must dos this weekend in Vegas: Jan. 27 – Feb. 1, 2015

Must dos this weekend in Vegas: Jan. 27 – Feb. 1, 2015

The countdown is on. The Big Game is just days away and even though the main event is taking place in the Copper State (c’mon people, that’s Arizona…), the Silver State (good job, that’s Nevada… now you’re catching on) is actually the best place to be to get in on the action even if you’re [...]

LIGHT Nightclub’s bright new year

LIGHT Nightclub’s bright new year

When it was announced late last year that Hakkasan Group would purchase controlling interest in Light Group, the Vegas club scene instantly erupted in an odd mix of “We kind of saw this coming” and “We can’t wait to see what Hakkasan comes up with.” Now that we’re putting 2014 behind us and already nearly [...]

The best hotels in Vegas for: Luxury lovers

The best hotels in Vegas for: Luxury lovers

When you’re picking out a hotel for a trip to Vegas, does your must-have checklist look something like this? ▢ A privileged lifestyle experience. ▢ An exclusive level of personal service. ▢ An award-winning restaurant (or two, or three). ▢ An indulgent spa. After taking a break for the holidays, we’re returning to our series [...]

An experience in light, sound and personality: Lia Chavez creates a meditation nightclub at P3 Studio

An experience in light, sound and personality: Lia Chavez creates a meditation nightclub at P3 Studio

Light surrounds you. Sound caresses you. And knowing that it’s all coming from your mind makes you stare even deeper at the blissful abyss. The artists who find residency at P3 Studio find ways to challenge, enlighten and examine the human condition. And the fact that they bring that depth to a major casino on [...]

Tips for eating your way through a Vegas buffet

Tips for eating your way through a Vegas buffet

The Vegas buffet. It’s an institution. People have been stuffing themselves with all-you-can-eat food since 1941 when the El Rancho hotel opened and offered its “chuck wagon,” an assortment of cold cuts and a few hot dishes, to keep its gamblers happy. Buffets are still around today at almost every hotel in town and thankfully [...]

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