According to the Las Vegas Review Journal 318,000 visitors will land in Las Vegas for Thanksgiving celebrations in Las Vegas with 60% … Continue reading Las Vegas, Thanksgiving Destination Spot and Where to Eat
Today’s 3rd and final Presidential Debate at UNLV was in our opinion the most effective debate because after two previous … Continue reading Who Won Tonight’s Presidential Debate? Both Candidates and Here’s Why
This is it folks, tonight is the 3rd and final Presidential Debate hosted by UNLV. What can we expect? Who … Continue reading Presidential Debate Tonight @ UNLV! In the Meantime, Let’s Check out the Wall
Grab a Coffee with Pour Coffeehouse Las Vegas Independent coffeehouses have a small but strong footprint in Las Vegas. Pour Coffeehouse opened … Continue reading Armstrong Pours Great Coffee at Pour Coffeehouse, Las Vegas
You won’t be disappointed by the four Nevada wineries you can visit outside of Las Vegas. Not many people think of … Continue reading Nevada Wineries? Yes, There are Four and Counting
Halloween in Las Vegas is getting closer and there are plenty of activities locals will enjoy without hitting the Strip. Haunted houses? … Continue reading Halloween in Las Vegas is Approaching!
Thomas & Mack Center. Image Source: Mike Stotts/Las Vegas Review-Journal file Las Vegas will host the final presidential debate at … Continue reading Las Vegas to Host Final Presidential Debate
Did you know plans have been in the works for years to connect Southern California to Las Vegas by rail? … Continue reading A Train from Southern California to Las Vegas?
After years of speculation, Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah is finally open to the public. Casa de Shenandoah is a 52 … Continue reading Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah Opens to the Public
Meet “Snowball in Vegas”, a 10 feet feline located at the corner of 1st Street and Coolidge Avenue in Downtown … Continue reading #DTLV Art: A “Snowball in Vegas”