The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority and The Boring Machine begin tunneling 40 feet below ground for the $52.5 million underground people mover at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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The Raiders are hoping rookie defensive end Clelin Ferrell cotniues to improve on his recent game performances. LaMarcus Joyner is out for Sunday’s game against the Bengals. Daryl Worley and Nevin Lawson look fill the gap left by the injured defensive back.
The Thunderbirds, based at Nellis Air Force Base, will be among the performers at Aviation Nation 2019 at Nellis this weekend, Nov. 16-18. (Briana Erickson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
In this installment of Taste of the Town, the Review-Journal’s Al Mancini shows us one of the best bargains on a steak available in the valley, as well as one of the most luxurious cuts of beef you can buy if money is no object. The bargain beef is offered at the Ellis Island Casino, just off the Strip. The extravagant beef is available less than two miles away at CUT by Wolfgang Puck in The Venetian.
The Review-Journal is owned by the family of Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson. Las Vegas Sands operates The Venetian.
After Thursday’s game between the Browns and Steelers saw a brawl between Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolf, Richie Incognito recalls a similar indecent from earlier in his career. Jon Gruden expects DJ Swearinger and Dion Jordan to go on Sunday against the Bengals.
Golden Knights winger Reilly Smith joins our Golden Edge crew at City National Arena for a special edition of the Golden Edge podcast.
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney and show host Heidi Fang give a preview of the Bengals, recap the Raiders win over the Chargers and give an update on injuries heading into Sunday’s game.