Unwin, who has been with the resort since 2009, will end his tenure as CEO at the end of the year but will continue afterward in a “consulting capacity” to help with the transition, according to a company press release. The release did not ...
The evenings will highlight music from their recently released No. 1 album “Cheek to Cheek.” Dropped on Sept. 23, “Cheek to Cheek” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and also hit No. 1 on the Jazz Albums and Traditional Jazz Albums charts.
Is anybody skating on thin ice this pre-Thanksgiving Weekend? Perhaps so! Macau is far away, but beloved boxer Manny Pacquiao is expected to have a tough fight against Chris Algieri, who has been training the past month here at the Venetian.
Eyebrows will raise over the blossoming romance between Kardashian matriarch and momager Kris Jenner celebrating her 59th birthday at 1 OAK in the Mirage and new beau music manager Corey Gamble, who at 33 is 25 years younger than her.
While others are bundling up, Las Vegas is set for sunshine and clear skies this weekend. Get out and enjoy the warm weather with plenty to explore across the city. Here’s a look at our weekend best bets:
Grammy-nominated musician turned Las Vegas DJ Joe Jonas played his second Sin City set, this time inside The Sayers Club at SLS. Earlier in the day, Jonas took in some rays at Foxtail Pool Club before dining at Katsuya with friends.
Happy 150th birthday, Nevada! Today officially marks the anniversary of our Silver State. It’s Nevada Day, and Las Vegas celebrates with its first-ever parade. Don’t confuse that sesquicentennial celebration with the fifth-annual Halloween Parade along Fremont Street.
It’s a winter wonderland again at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas starting Nov. 21 when it once again transforms Boulevard Pool into the Ice Rink. This year it will feature falling snow, ice skating, fire pits and an intimate lodge experience.
To say it’s a blockbuster weekend is an understatement. You really need 144 hours to enjoy everything rather than jamming it all into 72 hours. Fighting words don’t even begin to describe all the rivalries in the Entertainment Capital of the World.
Can tourists and locals still have daytime weekend party fun now that the pools have closed for the season? You bet! And two dayclubs are pulling out all the stops yet again in a duel to win the war of Saturday partying.