Topics :: Vegas
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How entertaining is Las Vegas as of late? We sent a writer to "go down" on Vegas... downtown, that is, as well as explore what's hot on the Strip.
Tourists will soon have a new way to see the lights of Las Vegas: By being spit out of the mouth of an 11-story slot machine and zinged down a five-block zip line past some of the city’s oldest casinos.
As if a weekend in Las Vegas isn’t wild enough for Southern Californians, a Nevada entrepreneur is about to add five more hours of party to either end.
Leave the card tables for a while to hit the Strip (and beyond) for EDGE’s favorite Vegas hot spots.
A broken-hearted bone to pick with Sin City results in an adrenaline-filled adventure and 855-foot leap of faith.
A new culinary and artistic collaboration will splash a NYC East Village vibe into the heart of Las Vegas with tasty gourmet burgers and graffiti installations from renowned street artists.
When it comes to Las Vegas, most visitors just see the neon lights, endless rows of slot machines, glamorous shows and lavish buffets, but what many people don’t notice are the millions of dollars spent to market Las Vegas to the LGBT community.
The Las Vegas Halloween Parade is dedicated to the cultural and creative life of Las Vegas and to the advancement of large-scale participatory events.
After more than 15 years of planning, the Neon Museum, a Las Vegas historical institution dedicated to the preservation and celebration of some of the city’s most distinctive architectural landmarks, will open its doors to the public in October 2012.
Bellagio received accolades at the 2012 World Travel Awards’ Caribbean & The Americas Ceremony on Sept. 14 in Turks & Caicos. The AAA Five Diamond Las Vegas resort has been recognized as North America’s Leading Casino Resort.
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