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Las Vegas Guide | Features Spotlight

  • Outside: Trade sin for snow, water and adrenaline

    Outside: Trade sin for snow, water and adrenaline

    From decadent nightclubs and shows to multicourse meals, visitors flock to Las Vegas to experience the Strip’s great indoors. But those in need of a respite from the clang-clang of the casinos can leave the bright lights behind in favor of fresh air and open spaces not far from the Strip.

  • Vegas residences increasingly popular for musicians and more

    Vegas residences increasingly popular for musicians and more

    When Celine Dion's "A New Day ..." premiered inside the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in 2003, no one could have imagined the number of big-name stars who would follow in the singer's footsteps and launch Las Vegas residencies of their own. Today, the world's top artists -- everyone from Elton John...

  • Treat Mom to these Vegas Mother's Day specials

    Treat Mom to these Vegas Mother's Day specials

    How to make Mother's Day fabulous,Vegas-style? Exotic spa treatments, fancy brunches, yoga on the Strip -- we'll show you how to do it, the Sin City way. And treat her (or your wife) to these Vegas Mother's Da y specials Pamper Mom to the max with the perfect spa package -- there are about a million...

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  • Head to Downtown Vegas for Super Sunday's best bets (and snacks)

    Head to Downtown Vegas for Super Sunday's best bets (and snacks)

    If you can't be at the University of Phoenix Stadium for Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, downtown Las Vegas has you more than covered. With its celebrated "old Vegas" charm and an array of hotel-casinos boasting ultramodern sports books, lounges, bars and restaurants in which to watch (and maybe wager...

  • Vegas activities for the under-21 crowd

    Vegas activities for the under-21 crowd

    They can't gamble. They can't drink. You can't bring them to the club or a famed Sin City show. Those pesky children and teens will certainly ruin all your Vegas fun, right? But before you beg family members to watch the kids while you steal away for a weekend, be aware that Las Vegas offers a...

  • Vegas plays itself in many surprising film and TV settings

    Vegas plays itself in many surprising film and TV settings

    Los Angeles residents know what it's like to live in and around filming locations, but Las Vegas also boasts a surprising number of film shoots. Known recently as the setting for shows like "Pawn Stars" and films like "The Hangover," the city is also host to many classic and lesser-known shooting...

  • Andrea Boccelli returns passione to the Strip

    Andrea Boccelli returns passione to the Strip

    Andrea Bocelli's holiday-season Las Vegas visits have become something of a tradition for both the city and the performer. So the legendary Italian tenor's Dec. 6 concert at MGM Grand Garden Arena -- his sixth performance at the nearly 17,000-person venue -- will offer both a stunning show and...

  • Tips and tricks (or treats) for the right Halloween look

    Tips and tricks (or treats) for the right Halloween look

    There's nothing scarier than running into someone wearing the same Halloween costume as you. Avoid the nightmare by planning a one-of-a-kind Halloween look, and then show it off at one of Vegas' many holiday parties.

  • Indulge your mind with these historic Vegas museums

    Indulge your mind with these historic Vegas museums

    If you've ever wondered what made Las Vegas the unique experience it is today, the city's many museums can both satiate and stimulate your curiosity. These Vegas museums bring Sin City's colorful past to life, with everything from neon and burlesque to atomic bombs.

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  • Fall Vegas running events a mix of fun and challenge

    The summer heat is waning, and it's time to get out and run -- for fun or even for a good cause. Sin City has dozens of fitness events throughout the year, from triathlon competitions to themed runs. Many benefit charities, some are a physical challenge and some are a roving party. Here are a few...

  • Mamma Mia! takes the stage at the new Tropicana

    Mamma Mia! takes the stage at the new Tropicana

    A phenomenon that had Vegas visitors dancing in the aisles for six years, smash hit musical "Mamma Mia!" has made a triumphant return to the Strip with an open-ended run at the New Tropicana.

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