Whether it be in front of murals, marquees or promotional pop-ups, here are the most popular spots to take a picture.
The Crack Shack on the Strip fixes The Hangover, featuring antibiotic-free chicken and a fried egg between two biscuits.
Over the years, The Amazing Johnathan has proven he knows no bounds when it comes to staging practical jokes.
The celebrity chef says new furniture is coming, as well as changes in the décor and the menu of the 7-year-old restaurant, his first-ever venture in Las Vegas.
MGM Resorts International is converting the Las Vegas Village and Route 91 Harvest music festival site into parking for events at Allegiant Stadium, and also a community and athletic center.
Artist-in-residence Julie Henson created three soft sculptures during her tenure and will leave one for permanent collection at Neon Museum.
The 32-foot-tall structure was taken down Tuesday night, headed to the dumpster as part of owner Alex Meruelo’s re-branding of SLS Las Vegas.
A grand opening event is planned for Sept. 7, but the spot is open with three new signature doughnuts.
Ahead of its third season on ABC, the music competition is hosting open auditions.
Etta Baykara says when she got to Sin City and experienced her first show, she thought she’d ‘died and went to heaven.’