Our nightlife picks this week include the Black & White Party, Aid for AIDS of Nevada’s annual fundraiser.
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The Cosmopolitan is putting a new twist on the classic rewards program. Instead of swiping a plastic card for exclusive deals and discounts, participants will need to become “keyholders” to unlock special promotions.
Our DTLV picks this week include a reading and discussion with author Parag Khanna at the Writer’s Block.
The Public Enemy hype man will spin Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel’s Center Bar.
Our DTLV picks this week include the Art District Pub Crawl and a Prince tribute at the Bunkhouse.
Get your yeehaws out Friday night at Luxor.
Your next three-day weekend is just a few Mondays from now, and it’s time to start making preparations.
Our DTLV picks this week include a wine walk at Container Park and an open-mic night at the Bunkhouse.
The days of coming to Las Vegas Boulevard to drink Champagne with the Kardashians of the world while listening to the sounds of million-dollar DJs may be behind us.
On Friday — it’s a fight weekend and the day after Cinco de Mayo — Lopez will host a launch party for Casa Mexico Tequila at Lavo.
The first time Machine Gun Kelly performed in Las Vegas, he was thrown out of the venue.
A new sign outside is the first sign — literally — of the transformation that the Maryland Parkway nightlife staple underwent at the hands of Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue.”
No matter how famous, moneyed or VIP you are, you can’t gain entry into the private club-within-a-club at the new Intrigue at the Wynn Las Vegas unless a group of executives gives you the thumbs up.
What makes a dive bar? It depends whom you ask. It’s a definition that varies, has some hard rules and, of course, many exceptions. And Las Vegas is rife with dive bars.
The pool season at Rehab typically ends in mid-October, so that’s potentially ten opportunities to fist pump and New Jersey Turnpike at Pauly D’s pool party.
After a photo of their sign outside showing a joke about domestic violence went viral overnight, Beauty Bar on Fremont East has posted an apology.
Plenty’s happening in DTLV. Check out our picks.
The hip hop gods are looking down on Las Vegas with favor, because they have blessed us with eight opportunities to see G-Eazythrough the end of the year.
Getting the most bang for your buck just doesn’t cut it in today’s world of harlotry. Now, customers want to buy affection, too.
The Korean bartender is mixing up cocktails in competitions around the globe and — for the past five months — at Mandarin Oriental.
In what Hakkasan Nightclub is calling her first public appearance of the year, Kim Kardashian West will host the hot spot’s third-anniversary celebration Friday.
“Rescuing it from what?” That’s a question on many minds in Las Vegas after a rumor exploded across the local bar scene and social media that Champagnes signed a contract with Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue.”
You only have until June to catch Grammy-nominated Avicii in Las Vegas and until the end of this year to catch him anywhere else.