Well, 2013 officially has trickled down the kitchen drain, which raises the question uppermost on the minds of foodies: What will we be eating in 2014?
“Any song in the world,” Bruno Mars challenged the audience to yell up on his opening night in the new Chelsea theater at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. “I just want to play around. Any song in the world …”
Beautiful Dumont Dunes near Death Valley National Park attract more than 120,000 visitors annually. One of the great dune systems of the Mojave Desert, Dumont Dunes provide opportunities for a variety of outdoor adventures.
Two dining trends that started gradually in Las Vegas during the past couple of years picked up speed in 2013.
The Diner, which I never would have found without a reader tip, is pretty much the definition of “tucked away.”
Director Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio revisit the anything-goes late ’80s and early ’90s with such debauchery that it should elicit abject horror but mostly plays as comedy.
Well, the big day’s finally here. The leading-up-to-Christmas hustle and bustle, which seems to take forever and at the same time is never long enough, is over. The packages have been opened, the roast is in the oven and you can take a few minutes to sit down and relax, perhaps with a drink.
Troy Burgess lives a charmed life in Las Vegas.
The eroded, fossil-laden landscape of the Rainbow Basin Natural Area north of Barstow, Calif., invites exploration of its multicolored formations, winding desert canyons and washes with areas of dense vegetation.
Fittingly for a movie all about characters pretending to be other people, “American Hustle” finds writer-director David O. Russell channeling Scorsese, Christian Bale doing his best De Niro and Jeremy Renner seemingly auditioning for the lead in “Funny How?: The Joe Pesci Story.”