Some of the famous, infamous and notorious who have departed have Las Vegas as their final resting place.
Tim Burton’s art exhibit at The Neon Museum in Las Vegas is finally open. It features more than 40 digital and sculptural works by the filmmaker.
When Tim Burton visited Las Vegas as a child, he remembers being awestruck by the three giant sea horses that jutted out of the swimming pool at The Dunes hotel.
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center has hosted more than 500 music shows, and nearly 100 viewing parties.
An 80-martini salute and street party is set for 6 p.m. July 18 at Main Street Stage at Fremont Street Experience.
A six-minute montage of the DJ-producer’s hits will premiere later this month, providing the first glimpse of the $32 million renovation to the Viva Vision canopy.
Within hours of posting the Jonas-Turner candy-ring wrapper, the winning bid had surpassed $400. Prospective bidders have until May 13 to leap in.
The historic Hartland Mansion has sold, closing on Sept. 10, after a lengthy and arduous selling period, according to now-former owner Garry Hart.
Oscar Goodman asks, “How are you still alive?” Michael Franzese answers, “Because most of the people who want to see me dead are dead, or they’re in prison.” The show is on.
Minutes after they saluted several thousand fans at 3rd Street Stage on Fremont Street in its “Stick Salute to Vegas,” members of the Vegas Golden Knights made their way to dinner at The D Las Vegas.