Las Vegas Shows
Terry Fator’s Las Vegas Journey Continues At New Venue On The Strip
When Terry Fator took the stage of America’s Got Talent way back in 2007, no one could have predicted the trajectory his career would have taken. After all, it was just a man, a puppet and a trio of judges, one of whom obviously had no tolerance for ventriloquists. (We’re looking at you, David Hasselhoff!). Then Fator opened his mouth—er, rather, his puppet, Emma Taylor, opened her mouth, and out came the voice of Etta James singing “At Last.” Suddenly some of the judges resembled dummies themselves, mouths wide open in stunned disbelief.
Las Vegas Dining
Buffets are Back! Here are 3 Luxury Dining Destinations in Las Vegas To Savor Now
Reopened and revamped, these magnificent Las Vegas spreads are ready to satisfy cravings. Experience the award-winning fare of Caesars Palace’s Bacchanal Buffet, which recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation thanks to its original designer Tetsuo Aoyagi.
* 4 New Cocktail Menus To Explore In Vegas
* 50 Cent debuts new candy cocktail in Las Vegas
* Always bet on brunch in Las Vegas
* Las Vegas Pool Clubs Invite You To Party By The Moonlight
* Chef Bobby Flay Plans to Expand His ‘Crunchified’ Burgers to Harrah’s Las Vegas
Las Vegas Tours & Attractions
Nevada’s ‘Star Train’ Allows You to Stargaze While Riding on a Locomotive
Want to enjoy stargazing while riding on a train? Tickets for the Nevada Northern Railway’s “Star Train” go on sale Wednesday for the 2022 season. According to a news release, “the ‘Great Basin Star Train’ is a unique tour of some of the darkest skies in the lower 48 states.”
* Hiking to see petroglyphs in the Las Vegas valley
* I rode the new Las Vegas attraction that makes it feel like you’re flying over popular landmarks
* ‘Flyover’ brings better tech to immersion experience on the Las Vegas Strip
* Aquatic Attractions Abound In Las Vegas
Las Vegas Sports
Five Things To Know About Las Vegas’ Now-Open-To-Fans Allegiant Stadium
It’s technically the Raiders’ second season in Las Vegas, but in a lot of ways, it feels like the first after last year’s coronavirus-altered proceedings. A relocation can’t feel final until fans are allowed into the stadium, right? Allegiant Stadium will thankfully be full for nine home games this year after sitting empty, aside from essential personnel, last season. Here’s what you need to know to maximize the experience.
* Golden Knights not requiring proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test for fans
* Vegas Golden Knights’ single game tickets on sale
* Reduced stigma, mobile apps, new demographics helping fuel Las Vegas sportsbooks
* Bud Light Beer Garden Open at Luxor, Tailgate Party for Raiders & Rebels Games
* Las Vegas Raiders detail alternate vaccine screening for first regular-season game
* Everything you need to know about the CLEAR app before Raiders’ games
* Vegas Like a Local – All things Raiders and Allegiant Stadium
Las Vegas Gambling
Las Vegas Real Estate
Las Vegas Estate with Horse Arena Lists for $1.895M
An award-winning dressage competitor, Linda Montgomery, has spent most of her life around horses. “I saw a mounted policeman at 3 years of age,” Linda Montgomery said. “And I was hooked.” Immersing herself in the art of riding dressage in her early twenties, Montgomery’s growing passion culminated into competing at state championships.
Other Las Vegas News
Watching over Las Vegas – An inside look at the Southern Nevada Counterterrorism Center
The events of 9/11 stunned law enforcement across the country. The 9/11 Commission found if the CIA and FBI had acted more wisely and aggressively, the attacks could potentially have been prevented. To prevent against future attacks, the commission suggested law enforcement reassess the sharing of information and how different agencies work with one another.
* Nevada Gov. Sisolak extends mask opt-out option to conventions in Nevada
* Meet Sinatra, Elvis and Stardust, Resorts World’s robotic canine greeters
* 20 years later, thousands of personal items left outside Las Vegas’ New York-New York marking 9/11 are kept safe
* Wynn Las Vegas Named Best Hotel In Las Vegas By Travel + Leisure Magazine
* Review – ‘The Card Counter’ deals a bleak, fascinating character study
What We’re Watching!
Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy
Hiking in Las Vegas – Where to Go?
(Video Producer’s Notes) Hiking in Las Vegas you’ll want to check out Mount Charleston. Mount Charleston is a year-round getaway for Las Vegas’s residents and visitors, with a number of hiking trails and a modest ski area. The mountain, which is snow-capped more than half the year, can be seen from parts of the Las Vegas Strip when looking toward the west. Mount Charleston has nearly 200 campsites and over 150 picnic areas, some of which are RV-accessible. The village of Mount Charleston, Nevada, lies at its base to the east. The state of Nevada issues licenses plates with the caption “Mt. Charleston” and an image of the peak in the background. Sales of the plate support the natural environment of the Mount Charleston area through grants administered by the Nevada Division of State Lands.
Las Vegas: Hockey Town! The Team, the Town, the Arena
(Video Publishers Notes) Who would have ever guessed just a few years ago that Las Vegas, Nevada would go all in for ice hockey?
The NHL Vegas Golden Knights have wrapped the whole town in a frenzy, and we are going to take you along to the pregame extravaganza at The Park, right on Las Vegas Blvd – drumlines and cheerleaders and showgirls, oh my! Then we are going to go into The Fortress – the incredible T-Mobile Arena – for game night. You don’t want to miss this one!
Main Street Station is open! Last casino to open in Downtown Las Vegas
(Video Publishers Notes) Main Street Station, a Boyd Gaming property in Downtown Las Vegas is finally open! Main Street Station is a sister property to The California Hotel and Casino and The Fremont on the world famous Fremont Street Experience.
The Coolest and Weirdest Place in Las Vegas – AREA 15
(Video Publishers Notes) Here’s the Coolest, most Weirdest place in all of Las Vegas! It’s out of this world….
Area 15 celebrates their 1 year anniversary this September, and they sure have come a long way since day one. I still remember the first time I walked in there, it was pretty empty and most of their experiences weren’t even open.
Today, they have a line out the door and what feels like a infinite amount of experiences throughout Area 15. There’s lots to do, from shopping, coffee, ice cream, restaurants, bars, lounges, festivals, virtual reality, and some really awesome experiences.
So today I am here to help and explain every corner of Area 15. We’re going to see Brainstorm, Particle Quest, Birdly, Oz Experience, Dueling Axes, The Sanctuary, Rocket Fizz, The Portal, Haley’s Comet, Five Iron Golf, Wink World, Museum Fiasco, Emporium, Virtualis, Omega Mart, and more.
What Casinos Don’t Want You To Know About 6-5 Blackjack
(Video Producer’s Notes) What is 6:5 Blackjack? Should you play it? In this video, Colin breaks down the numbers and gets into what 6:5 Blackjack means for players, as well as card counters.
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