The volcano has been a popular Strip-side attraction since the hotel opened in 1989 and recently added two shows to its daily schedule.
“R.U.N” performers have been reconditioned to perform stunts that look sloppy and graceless.
Virtually all of the restaurants in Las Vegas’ tourism corridor plan special menus for Thanksgiving, but you don’t have to venture far from home to enjoy one.
“Sirens of TI” and its predecessor offered a Las Vegas twist on pirate stories.
Before the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers go their own way, you’ve got one more chance to catch them on this tour, which features more than a few song selection surprises.