What's On, The Las Vegas Guide
For more than 50 years, What's On has been the authority on Las Vegas. With unequalled editorial coverage of entertainment, gaming, dining, shopping, recreation and attractions, it captures the pulse of this vibrant city. What's On has insightful features, intriguing profiles and comprehensive listings. There are fun columns, valuable coupons and easy-to-read, handy locator maps (that you can pull out!)—as well as toll-free numbers for making reservations. A high-quality publication with 200+ packed pages, What's On has all the information you need to have a memorable and hassle-free stay in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Advisor
Published since 1983, the Las Vegas Advisor is the recommended source to find the best deals the city has to offer. Each month the Advisor scours Las Vegas for restaurant, room, show bargains and more. There are also reviews about what's going on around town and strategy on how to play at the casinos. The Advisor is part of a yearly subscription that also includes the Pocketbook of Values (with coupons worth over $3,000), access to member forums, and discounts at the LVA store.Read a review of Las Vegas Advisor
What's On, The Las Vegas Guide
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AccessVegas has all the best deals for your next visit to Las Vegas. Whether its booking a room, getting tickets for a show, or even getting a limo from the airport, AccessVegas has what you're looking for at a great price. Their website also has streaming videos of Las Vegas attractions and events, a complete list of upcoming concerts and a free Las Vegas Newsletter. If it's Las Vegas you are interested in, check out Ted Newkirk's AccessVegas.com!
Las Vegas Casino and Gambling News
On March 19th, 1911 gambling was legalized in the State of Nevada. One month later, the city of Las Vegas issued six gambling licenses. It hasn't looked back since. After World War II, Las Vegas really took off as lavishly decorated resort hotels and gambling casinos offering top-name entertainment came into existence. Bugsy Siegel and the mob had undue influence, but over time Nevada regulators made Las Vegas more respectable. During 60s and 70s, corporations began building and/or buying hotel/casino properties. Gambling becomes "gaming" and starts the transition into legitimate business.
As Michael Ventura writes, Las Vegas is "noisy, blatant, sexy and obsessed with money. . . .It is unequivocally the craziest place I've ever seen, and it doesn't care." One hundred years after it started as a pit stop in the desert, Las Vegas is now the center of the gambling universe.
Latest Las Vegas News
Gordon Ramsay opens two Las Vegas restaurants in December
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Gordon Ramsay and Caesars Entertainment has announced that Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill will open at Caesars Palace Dec. 18, and that Gordon Ramsay BurGR will open at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Dec 22.
Tropicana Las Vegas appoints new executive team
Tropicana Las Vegas proudly announces its new executive team: assembled under the new ownership banner of Tropicana Las Vegas, Inc. and hand selected by Tropicana Chairman and CEO Alex Yemenidjian.
Tropicana casino Las Vegas getting $100 million renovation
New Tropicana co-owner and chief executive Alex Yemenidjian is still getting himself and his team acclimated to their new surroundings. Without the luxury of being able to tear the property down in the current economic environment, Yemenidjian and his partners, Canadian private equity firm Onex Corp., are launching a nearly $100 million plan to renovate the 52-year-old property.
Boyd Gaming looking to aquire Station casino assets
Boyd Gaming Corp. is "actively engaged" in discussions to acquire some of the assets of Station Casinos, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week, Boyd Chief Executive Officer and President Keith Smith said Wednesday.