Posts tagged as: Treasure Island

Father’s Day the Vegas way

Father’s Day the Vegas way

Step away from the grill, this will NOT be another typical day with your dad. Vegas has just about anything you could ever want to try, see, or eat. So on this Father’s Day, you should treat dad like the man he was before he had to change diapers and wipe regurgitated breakfast off his […]

Betcha didn’t know this about Vegas’ acrobatic shows

Betcha didn’t know this about Vegas’ acrobatic shows

OK, so you’re at the bar and somehow have managed to find yourself buying a drink for a seemingly-out-of-your-league eight whose caramel brown eyes have miraculously chosen to lock in on your baby blues and you’re definitely not mad about it. Your drinks have been served and you’re about to cheers to “new friends” or […]

10 wild and crazy ways to get married in Vegas

10 wild and crazy ways to get married in Vegas

Vegas is all about being unconventional. Nobody knows this better than marriage-minded visitors. More than 80,000 couples come to Sin City to get hitched each year – in part because it’s so easy to do. As long as both of you are at least 18 years old, a marriage license is the only document you […]

Opened, closed and under construction on the Las Vegas Strip

Opened, closed and under construction on the Las Vegas Strip

Construction projects – major and minor – are covering the Las Vegas Strip, bringing a surge in activity to the tourist corridor not seen since the heyday of resort construction. From small projects to big, we take a look at what is happening in Las Vegas. New York-New York/Monte Carlo Strip project and arena Construction […]

Sirens of TI sail into sunset, but ships to remain

Sirens of TI sail into sunset, but ships to remain

With the recent announcement about the closure of  Sirens of TI at Treasure Island, rumors have been swirling as to what other changes might be underway for the pirate-themed Las Vegas Strip hotel. The saucy pirate show originally closed for a two-month hiatus on Oct. 20 as construction crews began working on a three-story, 48,000-square-foot […]

Las Vegas’ own Jo Koy returns to TI Theatre

Las Vegas’ own Jo Koy returns to TI Theatre

Las Vegas is where comedian Jo Koy got his start in stand-up. Though living in Los Angeles these days, he still returns to his comedy roots often. “Back when I lived here, there were no comedy clubs here for me,” Koy said. “There were comedy clubs, but they only hired headliners. You had to be […]

Whitney Cummings’ stand-up more ‘vulnerable’

Whitney Cummings’ stand-up more ‘vulnerable’

Fans of comedienne Whitney Cummings have come to expect her sharp, observational humor directed at the men in her life. But after two breakups and some introspection, Cummings is digging deep and turning her wit on herself. Las Vegas is the first stop on a tour of some two dozen cities, where she will try out her new material in preparation of an upcoming hour-long comedy […]

Treasure Island to ramp up retail offerings; Sirens show to temporarily close during construction

Treasure Island to ramp up retail offerings; Sirens show to temporarily close during construction

Treasure Island Las Vegas is expanding its retail footprint. Plans are in the works to construct a new shopping complex at the contemporary, high seas-spirited resort, which is located on the Las Vegas Strip. “It will have approximately 40,000 usable square feet on three stories,” said Michelle Knoll, vice president of communications at Treasure Island. […]

Carlos Mencia to push boundaries at Treasure Island

Carlos Mencia to push boundaries at Treasure Island

Stand-up master Carlos Mencia will return to Las Vegas for a one-night-only show that promises countless laughs. His hilarious approach to political and social comedy — especially issues of race and class — promises to bring down the house at Treasure Island on May 9. Famous for pushing the boundaries of comedic commentary on race […]

Avast, ye mateys – here be gingerbread!

Avast, ye mateys – here be gingerbread!

Through the many holiday seasons I have attempted to build a gingerbread house. But despite my best festive intentions, they all ended up looking like a shantytown for laid-off elves. Where I may be gingerbread-challenged, Treasure Island’s executive pastry chef Debra Mitchell and her team are the five-star contractors of the holiday dessert world. Working for more […]

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