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Caesars has a history of iconic performers

Andy Williams was the first to headline the 1,200-seat Circus Maximus theater when it opened on Aug. 5, 1966, making national news. Since then, Caesars Palace has hosted the world’s most legendary performers — from Wayne Newton, Liberace, Judy Garland, Bette Midler, Liza Minnelli and Ike and Tina...

  • Caesars Palace celebrates 50 years, looks ahead to hot new ventures

    Caesars Palace celebrates 50 years, looks ahead to hot new ventures

    It’s been 50 years since Caesars Palace opened its gilded doors, ushering in the Vegas of themed decadence we’ve come to know and love. Back in 1966, guests of the Roman Tower were greeted with super-chic shag carpeting, floor-to-ceiling windows, round beds and whirlpools — at a whopping $14 a...

  • Park Theater to feature A-list artists in a cutting-edge environment

    Park Theater to feature A-list artists in a cutting-edge environment

    Though there’s never been a shortage of entertainment options in the Entertainment Capital of the World, Vegas visitors will soon have even more A-list acts to choose from, thanks to the Strip’s newest entertainment venue: Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.   Located just steps away...

Las Vegas Restaurants

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Find all the comforts of home while dining in Vegas

Traveling is an exploration of places, food, beverages and people. But sometimes you want familiar flavors that make you feel at home. Luckily for weekend warriors from Southern California, Las Vegas has become more palate friendly with the addition of bites from across the state line. If you’ve...

Downtown Las Vegas

  • PJ Perez: Developments in downtown Vegas dining

    PJ Perez: Developments in downtown Vegas dining

    A new year is just around the corner, but downtown Las Vegas isn’t waiting until 2017 to unleash a passel of new spots in which to gather, imbibe and nosh — everything from an always-open casino diner to a bar where you can order an antique lamp with your Jack and Coke.   Fans of American tastes...

  • RTC Bike Share offers alternative for DTLV visitors

    RTC Bike Share offers alternative for DTLV visitors

    Bike-share has arrived in Las Vegas. Launched in October, RTC Bike Share is offering an inexpensive, healthy and environmentally friendly way for millions of visitors to enjoy the city’s vibrant and historic downtown.   A partnership between the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada,...

Las Vegas Nightlife

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  • New Ri Ra addition pays homage to bordellos of the past

    New Ri Ra addition pays homage to bordellos of the past

    Celebrating five years of the Irish pub experience, Rí Rá in Mandalay Place unveils the Bordello, a new event and dining space located at the back of the bar, accessed through a secluded hallway. The addition expands the restaurant to 11,000 square feet. Paying homage to the classic high-end bordellos...

  • Intrigue bucking DeeJay trend to focus on guest experience

    Intrigue bucking DeeJay trend to focus on guest experience

    In April, Intrigue replaced Tryst as the upscale flagship nightclub of Wynn Las Vegas. The new 14,000-square-foot venue is built to look different from month to month, meriting multiple repeat visits, and features an ultra-private club-within-a-club for celebrity guests. But perhaps most significantly,...

Las Vegas Shows

Winter shows Vegas visitors won’t want to miss

Temperatures might be cooling off, but the entertainment scene in Las Vegas is as hot as ever this holiday season.   Several big-name acts will be joining the already star-studded Vegas lineup in December and January, including legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld. He’ll be returning to the Colosseum...

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