Spring has sprung in Las Vegas. And with warmer weather comes an influx of artful activities throughout the valley. Rock out to the orchestral music of “Game of Thrones: Live” at MGM or head downtown for the pop-up art gallery “Tilting the Basin.”
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Downtown Grand relaunches a series of classic albums covered start to finish.
Las Vegas is getting a new color scheme this weekend. Between the sudden return of springtime foliage and Friday’s arrival of all things shamrock and emerald, the city is turning green.
Kick off your weekend at Jewel Nightclub’s “The Good Life Fridays” event featuring Anderson .Paak. The Grammy-nominated singer and rapper will take over Jewel for an exclusive show.
Deck yourself out in green, throw on your Riverdance shoes and attempt your best Irish accent. (Maybe skip the last one.) St. Patrick’s Day is taking over Las Vegas. Here are the parties not to miss.
It’s raining beer. What else would you expect from “the El Nino of March,” as it’s dubbed by Joe Bravo, director of nightlife and daylife at the Hard Rock Hotel?
The Drums, Wheelchair Sports Camp and others hightlight banner year for indie music festival.
Local country singer Chris Heers serves as our guide as we make some new friends in low places.
Las Vegas has long been a showcase for innovation, so it’s only natural the Strip would be the home of the first land-based robotic bar in the world.
Financiers at ABC’s “Shark Tank” might just be charmed enough by sexy “Pin Up” at The Stratosphere star and 2011 Playmate of the Year Claire Sinclair to make her dream come true.
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