Not only is Las Vegas one of the best places to get married, but it's also a pretty good place to be on Valentine's Day if you're single.
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As you might imagine, some pretty wacky stuff crosses my desk on a regular basis, but this one ranked right up there: The Daily Meal, a food and drink "lifestyle site," named the best pie in every state. And Nevada's is pomegranate.
Las Vegas has long been known as the place to either mistakenly marry someone you met the same night or host the wedding of your dreams, but a new ranking puts the city as the second-best to get married.
According to a new report by Trulia that ranked cities on how likely they are to indulge in the seven deadly sins — lust, gluttony, sloth, wrath, envy, and pride — Las Vegas isn't actually the most sinful city.
Sand. Sun. Maybe a beer from the ice chest. Some things haven't changed for visitors to Lake Mead National Recreational Area over the decades. (Well, the outfits definitely have.)
Where would one need to travel in order to catch the best view of a sunrise or a sunset?
While the Las Vegas Valley is often referred to as Las Vegas, some visitors to Southern Nevada don't even make it to Las Vegas — technically.
A lot has changed on the Las Vegas Strip since the Pink Flamingo opened in 1946.
It would be nice to take a break from being an adult every now and then, and at a few places in Las Vegas, you can. The traditionally adult-oriented city hides some ways to let loose for those young at heart.
Across the United States, there were 64,747 places were you could legally buy a gun as of Dec. 2015, according to Safer America. That may be hard to visualize, but a new online tool aims to put that into perspective.
For nearly all of his 81 years, Rudi Kraft has been a man on the move. He's roamed Europe, Canada, Mexico and the American West. But most of those dusty, hard-won miles have been driven right here in Nevada.
Are you desperate to own a rare piece of Las Vegas history? Are you willing to pay a lot more for it than the government says it's worth? You're in luck.
Back in July we gave you a list of eight weird things you'll find in the Nevada desert, but the reality is, Nevada is home to more than just eight strange and unusual roadside attractions.
Millennials, who are defined by the Pew Research Center as those born between 1981 and 1997, aren't earning as much as previous generations earned when they were the same age, according to the Atlantic.
With ushering in the new year comes a reflection on the past year and optimism for the upcoming year. Although many get broken or just forgotten about entirely, plenty will be made.
With New Year's Eve rapidly approaching, Time teamed up with the online residential real estate site Trulia to see which U.S. cities are most likely to spend the first day of 2016 nursing a hangover.
To ring in 2016, more than 300,000 people will travel from all over the world to see a fireworks display on the Las Vegas Strip or party past midnight in downtown, and in the 1980s, that wasn't very different.
With all the retail and restaurants in development for Las Vegas, asking our Facebook followers to choose which they're most excited to have open next year seemed like a difficult task, as many couldn't chose just one.
What do people in Nevada want most for Christmas? According to Google Trends, Nevadans want "Prada handbags" this Christmas.
While Las Vegas isn't expected to get snow this Christmas, there's still plenty to do from ice skating to visiting the Bellagio conservatory and Ethel M chocolate factory to taking advantage of the cooler temps and going out for a hike.
Although restaurants come and go in the valley, there are some eateries that have remained in Las Vegas for decades.
When Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn opened in April 1950, the sign featured a Joshua tree out front with not much surrounding it while on the inside headliners and celebrities celebrated "the greatest opening in the history of Las Vegas."
Living in Las Vegas has several advantages for many locals. Besides endless entertainment options, 24-7 services, and relatively nice weather, — as Payscale reported, the cost of living in Las Vegas is quite reasonable compared to other major metropolitan cities.
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