Nightclubs are running the world's oldest trick play to draw men offside to Super Bowl viewing parties: T&A.
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Every 20 seconds, a child dies somewhere on Earth because of contaminated water. And 80 percent of diseases in developing nations are caused by contaminated water.
Las Vegas is back in international news this week, thanks to the late Cecil the Lion, as evidenced by this viral headline in the U.K.'s Independent newspaper: "More than 20,000 trophy hunters descend on Las Vegas to join 'pay to slay' auctions."
Jimmy Kimmel is helping put together a movie about UNLV legend Jerry Tarkanian for Lola Pictures, the Las Vegas-based company that sold "Frank & Lola" to Universal Pictures on Friday.
The happiness movement in America has forged many wellness paths — yoga, meditation, mindfulness and breathing exercises — which have been clinically shown to improve people's lives.
But Marquee/Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan has been counting about $80 million-plus per year ever since opening day. You can't keep a goliath down. How does Marquee do this?
On Thursday, Las Vegas headliner Louie Anderson will co-star in FX's series premiere of "Baskets," a role he neither sought nor auditioned for. He landed the part because of his heart.
In the history of film, 30,000 actresses have posed nude and topless in movies and on TV, says Jim McBride, owner of MrSkin.com (which is like the Library of Congress for nude scenes).
On Friday, as Celine Dion grieved the loss of Rene Angelil, her true love for three decades, news came out that her brother Daniel Dion might also die of cancer in "a matter of days or hours."
There were a couple of famous women on Monday's Golden Globes that Las Vegas male escort Vin Armani (not his real name) was "familiar with," he says.
Pot tourism is heating up in Las Vegas, the only major city in America where dispensaries sell weed to patients carrying out-of-state medical cards.
One of the first albums I bought with my own money was David Bowie's "Let's Dance" (to pay for it, I racked up $3.35 an hour saying, "Welcome to Burger King") — then I went to college, worked hard, and 21 years later, I was interviewing David Bowie.
Tired of ironing your clothes? Then perhaps you would be interested in buying the $1,600 ironing machine from electronics maker LG, now at CES, where clothes hang in a refrigerator-looking rectangle, swaying away wrinkles and germs.
Just in case you ever break your neck and wish to avoid death, here's a potentially helpful story from Robert Hays, the "Airplane!" star who is a walking "miracle."
Will there be a Ronda Rousey-Holly Holm rematch in Vegas? Will Floyd Mayweather Jr. come out of retirement? Will a hockey team and a second NASCAR race be announced for 2017? These questions are on the mind of Ken Solky.
Britney Spears used to be known for getting drunk then getting married, partying with Paris Hilton, and reportedly getting carried out of club Pure.
Two generations ago, one of the most iconic jokes on American TV was Henny Youngman's marriage gag, "Take my wife — please!" That oft-repeated sentence suggested everyone agreed, "Aren't wives the worst?" and comedy consumers of a different era laughed.
What are we supposed to do about nostalgia? Today's media is an online turbine constantly spinning out new content, new social media, new video clips. Is there room for remembrance?
Today I'd like to share something simple, delectable and helpful for pesky pescatarians, such as myself.
The Jedis and the Rebel Alliance are facing huge odds as 25-to-1 underdogs to defeat the Empire — although those are better odds than Batman's 99-to-1 long shot to kill Superman next year.
We live in an age of anxious questions: "Which new phone do I want?" "Which video game system would make the best gift?" "Which crazy person should I vote against?"
The portrait of Anita Mann (legendary choreographer) takes shape on the day long ago when her father (starving artist, bleeding ulcer) painted little Anita's tap shoes silver for dance class.
By late 2014, Andy Masi had overseen 26 nightclubs, restaurants and a topless pool in Las Vegas in a dozen years. But this mammoth venture, the Light Group, weighed heavy on his mind.
On more than one occasion, Maynard James Keenan has been described as a nihilist for his persona. This one time, in his old band Tool, he stood on a stage, on top of a super big toilet prop, 30 feet tall, and he sang, "Here in this hopeless (expletive) hole we call L.A., the only way to fix it is to flush it all away."
The haters have won. Nightclub detractors inside and outside of Las Vegas have bemoaned the burgeoning-cum-bloated club scene on the Strip for years.
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