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  • Flash floods gush every day at Las Vegas Springs Preserve

    Flash floods gush every day at Las Vegas Springs Preserve

    Summer usually brings monsoonal rains to the Mojave Desert. For those who don’t want to wait around to see the big rain, a Las Vegas attraction shows visitors just how dangerous it can be. The catchphrase “turn around, don’t drown” is brought to life in the Flash Flood exhibit, one of the most...

  • Yoga in a Ferris wheel? Only in Vegas

    Yoga in a Ferris wheel? Only in Vegas

    You may want to ditch “om” for a Vegas-themed mantra during a yoga class aboard the world’s tallest observation wheel. The High Roller is now hosting daily, one-hour yoga sessions with the Strip and the nearby mountains creating a unique backdrop. Having boarded one of the wheel’s cabins, participants...

  • Mah Jongg mavens to square off at Las Vegas championship tournament

    Mah Jongg mavens to square off at Las Vegas championship tournament

    Las Vegas this month will host the world championship of – mah jongg. It’s the first such tournament for U.S. players, who will square off at the Westgate Resort from July 22 to 24. The World Mah Jongg Championship sponsored by an organization called Destination Mah Jongg celebrates the thrill...

  • Las Vegas: Namesake Palazzo and Venetian roses on display this summer

    Las Vegas: Namesake Palazzo and Venetian roses on display this summer

    Are those roses real or fake? At the Palazzo Las Vegas, the answer is both. The resort recently unveiled a summer show beside the Waterfall Atrium and Gardens that’s all about the blooms. The center of the display features a 9-foot-tall mannequin  wearing flowery dresses and hats. Though the oversized...

  • In often-pricey Vegas, magicians Penn & Teller continue a free tradition

    In often-pricey Vegas, magicians Penn & Teller continue a free tradition

    Getting up close and personal with Las Vegas headliners can get pricey, with one big exception: Penn & Teller. Greeting their fans, for free, after their shows is something they’ve been doing for more than four decades. Stick around in the lobby and you’ll see the famously silent Teller – the diminutive...

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