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Here's A Schedule for the Fountains of Bellagio
The Fountains of Bellagio have become one of Las Vegas' most watched attractions. Below is a list of the times to see this aquatic extravaganza.
Las Vegas Monorails and Trams
In Las Vegas cabs are the most popular means of getting around on the Las Vegas Strip. While they are many benefits to taking cabs, including easy access at all casinos and speed, they can get pricey. That's where, in theory, the four monorails along the Strip come into play. Below you'll find info on all four monorails and trams.
Five Things You Must Know Before Moving to Las...
So you're thinking about moving to Las Vegas. Bravo. Las Vegas can be an exciting place to live. There's tons of stuff to do, the cost of living is relatively low and taxes are reasonable. However, Las Vegas is unlike any other town in the country and there are many things you must know before making the big move.
Best Places to Watch Boxing in Las Vegas
Boxing has long been king in Las Vegas, and while MMA, table games, sportsbetting and Cirque du Soleil also thrive in Sin City, when a big boxing bout comes to town all eyes are on the ring. It is therefore of little surprise that Las Vegas has the best and most options for watching live boxing.
Top Ten Celebrity Chef Owned Restaurants in Las...
Las Vegas is chock full of amazing restaurants, but the cream of the crop are owned by Celebrity Chefs like Bobby Flay and Emeril Lugasse. To help you make an educated choice I've selected my Top Ten Celebrity Chef Owned Restaurants in Las Vegas. These culinary adventures will expand your mind and your palate and will I hope make locals remember that there are numerous amazing places to dine right in our back yard.
Las Vegas Discounts for Locals
As Las Vegas locals we sometimes forget how much amazing stuff we have in our back yard. These articles and links will help you save money on everything from shows to tours to hotels. Just enough to place that extra bet at the sports book or double down an extra time at the blackjack table
Discount Cirque du Soleil Tickets
Cirque du Soleil is the king of kings when it comes to Las Vegas shows. People flock to this town to see them and when a new one premieres the locals go crazy lining up to get tickets. Being so hot it is often difficult to find good deals on tickets for Cirque du Soleil shows.
Best Downtown Las Vegas Breakfast Places
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4th of July Fireworks in Las Vegas
Few places have better Independence Day fireworks displays than Las Vegas. While many municipalities across the country are limited simply to city run, tax payer funded 4th of July Celebrations, we Las Vegans are blessed with the Casinos.
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Downtown Las Vegas
Downtown Las Vegas is located a few miles north of the main part of the Las Vegas Strip and is the oldest part of the City of Las Vegas.It is home to numerous businesses, government buildings and tourist attractions including the Fremont Street Experience, the new Las Vegas City Hall, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and dozens of casinos, restaurants, bars, shops and art galleries. It has become a popular hangout for both Las Vegas locals and tourists looking to get away fromt he mega resort on the Strip.
Las Vegas Concerts in April By Date
As spring approaches an the weather grows warmer several amazing things return to Las Vegas. Pool season begins with a bang bringing the return of Las Vegas Pool Parties. It is also the time of year when Day Trips to Mt. Charleston, Red Rock Canyon and The Grand Canyon are at their peak. Perhaps the best of all, at least from the perspective of music lovers is the return of great concert venues like The Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan.
Zipline at Fremont Street
The people behind Fremont Street Flightlinez have the perfect thrill ride to get the adrenaline flowing and the throat screaming. Starting from the parking garage roof of the seriously underused Neonopolis, the zip line soars over Fremont St, under the luminous and world famous canopy and ends near the front door of the Four Queens.
50 Quotes About Las Vegas
By its very nature Las Vegas is one of the most quotable city on the planet. From Gambling to partying to shows to drinking to all around craziness, Sin City is a place that oozes quotes. From Elvis to Lewis Black to Barry Manilow, below you'll find 50 of my favorite Las Vegas quotes.
Top Ten Las Vegas Sportsbooks
if you came to Las Vegas to bet on sports then these sports books are for you. See the Top Ten Sports Books in Las Vegas.
How to Catch a Cab in Las Vegas
In Las Vegas cabs are to the go to method of getting to and around the Las Vegas Strip. They are plentiful, relatively easy to catch and run 24/7. However they can be a bit pricey, so you may want to look into some of the alternatives methods of getting around town, including buses, the Deuce and the various trams and monorails all of which are cheaper, but take longer. You can of course rent a car as well.
Tix 4 Tonight Ticket Booths
Put it simply Tix4 Tonight are ticket booths scattered throughout Las Vegas that offer same day tickets to dozens of Las Vegas Shows at at half price. Not every show sells out every night, so the people at Tix4 Tonight buy these unsold tickets in bulk and then pass on the savings to you. Tickets go on sale at 10:00 AM each morning and are sold at a first come first serve basis. To get look at the shows on sale on any given day check out Tix4 Tonight's Sneak Peak and then get to your nearest Tix4 Tonight booth, stand in line and hope. They advise picking your top three shows so that you don't leave empty handed.
Las Vegas Concerts in May
May 2013 Las Vegas Concert highlights include the return of Shania Twain, three great shows (The Rolling Stones, The Billboard Music Awards and Fleetwood Mac) at the MGM Grand, the three day 15th Annual Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival at Fremont East and Billy Idol at the Pearl.
The Top 10 Best Things About Living in Las Vegas
So you are considering moving to Las Vegas. Or maybe you've already made the big leap into the desert and you're already living in Las Vegas. Either way you've probably done your research and you've come across a lot of conflicting information and opinion about living in Las Vegas. There are those who like to moralize about the evils of Sin City and there's those that laud it as the most amazing place city in the world. For you, living in Las Vegas will probably fall somewhere in between.
The Linq
By 2014 the face of the Las Vegas skyline will forever change with the arrival of The Linq. Caesar's has invested $550 million dollars to turn a long underused plot into the hottest new entertainment complex not only on the Strip, but anywhere in the world. The Linq will redefine Las Vegas the way CityCenter did in 2009.
Clark County Fair and Rodeo
That's where the Clark County Fair and Rodeo comes to save the day like some old timey superhero. About an hours ride northeast up the 15 near the top end of Lake Mead in Logandale, NV the Clark County Fair entertains Nevada resident every year in mid April.
MGM Unveils New Local's Only Deal Website
MGM Resorts, which includes the MGM Grand, the Bellagio, The Mirage and the new CityCenter has set up a locals only deals website for all their properties.
Las Vegas NFL Bars
Are you ready for some football? Of course you are, and with this guide to NFL team themed bars across the Las Vegas Valley you'll be read to cheer on your team among fellow fans. Whether you're a Cheese Head, a Hog or a fan of the Patriots this guide will help you find bars and pubs where you'll feel right at home.
Zip Lining in Las Vegas
Zip line through the desert sky outside Vegas and experience the thrill of flying at Bootleg Canyon.
Las Vegas Weather - Average Temperatures...
Lets face is folks Las Vegas is hot and dry for a good portion of the year and cool and dry the rest. Welcome to the desert, hope you brought your sunblock and moisturizer. Las Vegas resides in the Mojave Desert and while Las Vegas is hospitable the dangers of the desert are real.
Las Vegas Regional Transportation System
While Las Vegas may lack the public transportation of some larger cities where subways are the norm, the Valley is serviced by a comprehensive bus system that makes it relatively easy, and affordable, to get around town. The Las Vegas Regional Transport System oversees up to 53 routes including the specialty Deuce double decker bus that runs up and down the Strip, the Strip and Downtown Express, the Centennial Express and the Westcliff Airport Express.
Fountains of Bellagio Songs
The Fountains of Bellagio have become one of Las Vegas' most watched attractions. Below is a list of the songs that have been featured during this aquatic extravaganza
Las Vegas Sportsbetting
If you live in Las Vegas chances are you'll lay a wager on a game form time to time. Whether its an NFL game or a March Madness Bracket at one time or another you are likely to place some of your hard earned wages down on a game. This guide, gleaned from the efforts of fellow About.com Guide Allen Moody will help you maximize your potential profits by giving you rules, tips and hints.
The Deuce
Whether you're a Las Vegas local or one of the multiple millions of visitors who come to Sin City, you'll need to get around. The temptation to party hardy and then jump in your car may be greater here than in any other city in the country, which is why alternate modes of transportation like The Deuce become so invaluable.
Free Printable Las Vegas Show Coupons.
Everyone nows how easy it is to spend, and waste, money in Las Vegas. As the old saying goes, the house always wins. But every once in a while the holders of the gold laden pouch unfurl the purse strings and give us a break in the form of printable show coupons.
Las Vegas Farmer's Markets
Nothing make one feel part of a community like a good farmer's market. The products are local, the profits are earned by locals and usually the bang for ones buck is superior to big box stores and supermarkets. Here in Las Vegas we are blessed with a number of great farmer's markets, most that run all year round.
Sunday Funday
Sunday is supposed to be a day of relaxation. This we've been told by teachers and parents since we were young. But in a city like Las Vegas there are many ways to relax while adding a bit of fun into the mix. To that end I give you the first in a long line of Sunday Funday posts.
Top Ten Free Things to do in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is nicknamed Lost Wages for a reason, but that doesn't mean that you have to spend a lot to have fun. Here is my list of Top Ten Free Things To Do In Las Vegas. Use it to help you save money, to still have fun after you've lost it all.
Summerlin – A Las Vegas Neighborhood
Located a short 10 mile jaunt west of The Strip, Summerlin boasts some of Southern Nevada’s best recreational activities, schools and shopping. Over 100,000 residents call Summerlin home making it one of Las Vegas’ most popular and newest neighborhoods.
Las Vegas Show Calendar
Nobody ever said that being a resident of Las Vegas meant you couldn't enjoy the Entertainment Capital of the World. Whether it is the acrobatic mastery of Cirque du Soleil or the titillating taboo of Crazy Horse Paris or Thunder From Down Under this show schedule will help you plan your next trip down to the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip. So dress up, grab the Missus, call the babysitter and take in a show.
Las Vegas Webcams
It is no secret that Las Vegas has grown immensely over the last several decades and with this growth
Rules For Common Las Vegas Table Games
Whether you're a long term native of Las Vegas or new to the Valley gambling will likely be a part of your life. It is one of the things that makes life unique in Nevada and in Las Vegas in particular. I grew up in New Hampshire and the only betting I ever came across was Megabucks and the perennial $1 wager my father and I placed on the Super Bowl. While my travels brought me into contact with some forms of gambling noting came close to the culture shock of being able to toss a $10 bill into a poker machine at the local 7-11 while grabbing some milk. It took me a while to get the gist of gaming in this town, but with this guide to Table Game Rules you'll have a jump start that I never did.
Las Vegas Concerts in November
November has come to the Las Vegas Valley and the month of my birth brings many a good concert to town. While shows at The Boulevard Pool have come to a close for the season the other venues across town are ramped up and willing to thrill. November is packed with big name stars coming to big name venues.
Las Vegas Concerts in June
It is June and the summer season is in full swing and the heat is cranking outside as well as on stages across Las Vegas. There's something for everyone this month. Justin Bieber comes to town, as does Beyonce. Shania Twain triumphs at The Colosseum, Stone Temple Pilot's front man Scott Weiland rocks the Pearl and Celine Dion comes back to the palace that Caesar built for her, Other great options this month are Jewel, The Psychedelic Furs, Tim Allen and Bill Maher. See all the great Las Vegas concerts in June below.
Top Ten Las Vegas Adult Shows
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Best Shows in Las Vegas
Much has changed in the 100 years since the city's incorporation. the shows have become grander, more outlandish and more beautiful. Here is my list of the best shows currently running in Las Vegas. for this list I've excluded comedians, musicians, hypnotists and magicians (they'll have their own lists soon)and kept straight up theatrical and acrobatic gems
Las Vegas Animal Shelters
Millions of Americans have pets. Be they dog, cat, bird or other, animals have long been considered members of the family. Yet, despite this hundreds of thousands of pets end up in shelters every year and worse many end up being euthanized. Lack of funding, irresponsible and immature owners are often responsible, as is the lack of spaying and neutering.
Barhop Like a Local
Whether you’re a recent transplant to Sin City or a longtime resident there are few better ways to get the “lay of the land” than to find bars where the locals hang. Finding these gems in the rough can be difficult, a hit and miss prospect that often as not leads to wasted nights and what were we thinking mornings.
The Famous "Las Vegas Boulevard Sign" Webcam...
These live webcams provides crystal clear and realtime views of numerous Las Vegas ladnmarks, including of one of Las Vegas' most famous (and most photographed) landmarks, the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. Located on the Las Vegas Strip just south of Russell Road The Welcome to Las Vegas sign has been the most famous landmark since it was built back in 1959.
Bare at the Mirage
Las Vegas is aswim with sun bathed, bare bodied, alcohol drenched pool parties, but few can live up to the greatness that is Bare at the Mirage. Experience the intimate appeal and VIP cabanas of Bare daily throughout the summer.
Henderson – A Las Vegas Neighborhood
While technically a city in its own right, and the second largest one in Nevada, Henderson is often considered a Las Vegas neighborhood. Henderson occupies the majority of the southeast section of the Las Vegas Valley and an estimated 257,729 call Henderson home. While not as steeped in fame as its northern cousin Summerlin, Henderson has become one of Las Vegas' most desirable neighborhoods.
Local's Deals: Attractions
We Las Vegans work hard. We are the backbone, the behind the scenes, the cogs that help make this town the greatest tourist destination in the world. And for once being a local has its perks. The following Las Vegas Attractions have awesome deals for LOCALS ONLY. That means be prepared to show your Nevada ID and don't whine if your Florida or Wisconsin license fails to get you these deals.
Las Vegas Utilities - Comcast
Comcast is one of Las Vegas' largest providers of cable television, internet service and home phone. This guide will provide you all the information needed to get new service, transfer exiting service and pay your bill.
Things To Do in Las Vegas
Whether you are a long time resident or a newly minted Las Vegas local this largest city in Nevada has so many things to do that one can easily feel overwhelmed. From shows to gambling to amazing natural wonders the ways you can spend a day or evening are virtually limitless.
Las Vegas Concerts in September
Las Vegas proudly lays claim to the title Entertainment Capital of the World. Gambling, dining, drinking, clubbing and shows dominate the agenda. Add in national and regional musical performers and Las Vegas can also lay claim to the title Concert Capital of the World. Use this monthly concert listing calendar to plan your musical enlightenment, purchase tickets and enrich your life with some great music.
June Festivals and Events
The weather grows hotter, the kids are out of school and the summer season is in full swing. Here are my picks for the best things to do in and around Las Vegas this June.
Las Vegas Weather - Average Temperatures
Lets face is folks Las Vegas is hot and dry for a good portion of the year and cool and dry the rest. Welcome to the desert, hope you brought your sunblock and moisturizer. Las Vegas resides in the Mojave Desert and while Las Vegas is hospitable the dangers of the desert are real.
The Best Las Vegas Magic Shows
Magic has become as synonymous with Las Vegas as gambling, eating, drinking and entertainment. While sex sells, magic enthralls. Be it sleight of hand card tricks, embarrassing hijinks while under hypnosis or extravagant shows to rival Vegas' Best Shows, the following magic shows have earned a place on any Best of Las Vegas list.
April Festivals and Events
April brings Spring back to Las Vegas and with it outdoor activities. This months festivals and events features numerous outdoor activities from the Clark County Fair and Rodeo to numerous farmers' markets and other awesome outdoor events.
How to Find Casino Job Listings Online?
Whether you are a new or longtime resident of Las Vegas you need a job. Casino jobs on the Las Vegas Strip are among the most coveted and desirable jobs in the Las Vegas Valley. The combination of high wages, great benefits and a fast paced and exciting work environment make Casino jobs the cream of the crop. This How To will give you all the contact info you need to find online casino job listings.
Discount Codes and Deals for The Luxor
These Luxor promo codes will help keep your wallet a bit fatter. The next few pages will detail all the current promotional codes for The Luxor. Check them all out for great savings
Discount Codes for Aria at City Center
It may therefor come as quite a surprise that there are numerous lucrative promotions available to locals looking for a staycation or a night away at Aria. The next few pages will detail all the current promotional codes for Aria at City Center. Check them all out for great savings
A List of Las Vegas Traffic Cams
This is the big daddy of traffic camera sites. Owned by the same folks who run the buses about town, this extensive network of traffic cameras lists every corner of the valley from CCTV 3600 in the far west of the valley to North Las Vegas' CCTV 2019. While not the most user friendly of experiences the pure amount of information should make this your first stop.
Las Vegas Parks
Las Vegas may be in the desert, but it had plenty of open green spaces to relax and play. Some have attached sports complexes, others are great places to let the family mutt run free. Still others allow you to reserve space for birthday parties and celebrations.
Las Vegas Concerts for October
Las Vegas proudly lays claim to the title Entertainment Capital of the World. Gambling, dining, drinking, clubbing and shows dominate the agenda. Add in national and regional musical performers and Las Vegas can also lay claim to the title Concert Capital of the World. Use this monthly concert listing calendar to plan your musical enlightenment, purchase tickets and enrich your life with some great music.
Las Vegas Utilities - Cox Communications
Cox Communications is one of Las Vegas' largest providers of cable television, internet service and home phone. This guide will provide you all the information needed to get new service, transfer exiting service and pay your bill.
Grand Canyon Tours
In fact the Grand Canyon is so massive, so truly amazing that one often feels at a loss of where to start. But fear not Las Vegan. Dozens of companies from Las Vegas to Phoenix and beyond specialize in making your trip to America's natural wonder, be it your first or tenth, an amazing learning experience.
How to Get Around Las Vegas
While most visitors to Las Vegas seem to think that the be all and end all of our city is the Las Vegas Strip, we locals know just how massive the Valley truly is. Getting around Las Vegas can be difficult if one does not have a car. to that end I've compiled a list of all the various ways, both public and private to get from one point to another in Las Vegas.
Summerlin Breakfast Restaurants
I will be profiling breakfast places in various neighborhoods of Las Vegas. Here is my list of great breakfast places in the Summerlin Neighborhood.
How to Find Casino Job Listings Online Part 3?
Whether you are a new or longtime resident of Las Vegas you need a job. Casino jobs on the Las Vegas Strip are among the most coveted and desirable jobs in the Las Vegas Valley. The combination of high wages, great benefits and a fast paced and exciting work environment make Casino jobs the cream of the crop. This How To will give you all the contact info you need to find online casino job listings.
Moving to Las Vegas
So you've decided to make the big move to Las Vegas. Maybe you've been here before, or perhaps like me you made the move without ever having visited. Regardless Las Vegas is as unique a city as you will find anywhere on Earth and the rules and style of living are quite different from what you're likely used to. These articles will give you tons of info on how to acclimate to your new city. From utilities info to information on neighborhoods and locals' deals this guide will help you go from newbie to Las Vegan in no time.
The Best Vegas Pool Parties
Las Vegas' legendary pool scene now challenges, some say surpasses, Miami's South Beach as the greatest pool party city on the planet. From azure pools populated by gorgeous bronzed bodies and high end DJ's to more relaxed venues where a cocktail can be sipped while enjoying great conversation, Las Vegas' Pool Party scene has much to offer.
Setting Up Your Las Vegas Utilities
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up utilities in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting utility service can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Food Trucks
Las Vegas has some of the best food trucks anywhere. About three years ago the food truck revolution hit the Valley with delicious vengeance and the daily 9-5 grind grew a little less dreary because of them. The idea is old, mobile food trucks dispensing quick and tasty food. But my fiends, these are definitely not your father's food trucks.
Ten Must See Las Vegas Shows
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Las Vegas Utilities - Garbage.
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up garbage and trash removal service in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting garbage service can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World and lucky for us Las Vegas residents it is close enough to make one of the best Day Trips or Long Weekends you will likely ever have. Whether you rent a car, take a bus, hire a guided tour or zip out on a helicopter to the Grand Canyon it is a trip you'll want to make again and again.
Las Vegas Utilities - Electricity.
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up electrical power in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting electricity can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Adult Education Classes
I've compiled a list of sources to seek out Adult Education Courses across the Valley. Whether you're looking to take a pottery class, learn a second language or learn the basics of a new trade or hobby, this list will help you to find the information that will help you make you a better you. Have fun, good luck and drop me a line with any great classes or teachers you come across.
Las Vegas Concerts in August
Las Vegas proudly lays claim to the title Entertainment Capital of the World. Gambling, dining, drinking, clubbing and shows dominate the agenda. Add in national and regional musical performers and Las Vegas can also lay claim to the title Concert Capital of the World. Use this monthly concert listing calendar to plan your musical enlightenment, purchase tickets and enrich your life with some great music.
Movie in the Park
As Spring returns and the temperatures grow warmer once more, Las Vegas sees the return of the numerous free movie events that dot the calendar. One of the first on the social docket is City of Las Vegas sponsored movies at Centennial Hills Park hosted by Ward 6 Councilman and former Mayoral candidate Steven Ross.
Sportsbook Etiquette
Whether you are a longtime resident or new to Las Vegas making the occasional wager in one of the many sportsbooks across the valley is likely part of your life. There are always rules and etiquette with such a highly regulated industry that involves billions of dollars a year. Sports betting has very specific rules involved and violating these codes of conduct and etiquette can not only bring you a stern talking to, but a lifetime ban from betting establishment. Follow these simple rules and you'll be laying down prop bets and filling out parlay cards for years to come.
Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon is often the first natural wonder that new residents of Las Vegas check out. Its combination of proximity and wondrous natural beauty make it a no-brainer for busy Las Vegans. Great for hiking, bicycling, camping or just exploring, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area features a great visitor's center with tons of helpful information on the park.
Las Vegas Utilities - Sewer
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up sewerage service in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting sewer service can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Concerts in April
As spring approaches an the weather grows warmer several amazing things return to Las Vegas. Pool season begins with a bang bringing the return of Las Vegas Pool Parties. It is also the time of year when Day Trips to Mt. Charleston, Red Rock Canyon and The Grand Canyon are at their peak. Perhaps the best of all, at least from the perspective of music lovers is the return of great concert venues like The Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan.
The Best of Sunday Funday
So you're a Las Vegas resident. Regardless of whether you're a native or a recent transplant, you have likely fallen into a same old same old routine and have forgotten that you live in the entertainment capital of the world. I'm here to help you find something new and entertaining to do that you may have never done or have not done in some time. This Best of will feature a round up of the best of my Sunday Funday articles. Each one will feature...
Shops at the Linq
The Linq promises to revolutionize the Las Vegas Strip in 2013/2014 the way that CityCenter did on 2009. While the High Roller will be the focal point of this massive new entertainment complex, the shopping and restaurants will be the draw that keeps locals and visitors alike coming back again and again.
The Fountains of Bellagio
The most magnificent expression of man’s power over water may just be the Fountains of Bellagio. Long a favorite of visitors, locals and lovers, the fountains get most of their water not from Lake Mead from the same artesian wells that drew the Spaniards to this valley so long ago.
Las Vegas Tequila Bars
Whether you're just hankering for a margarita or looking for an authentic locale for Cinco de Mayo, then these establishments will have you singing in Spanish. Come with me, on a journey to Sin City’s finest purveyors of the champagne of Mexico.
North Las Vegas - A Las Vegas Neighborhood
Like Henderson, North Las Vegas is a city, but is often considered a Las Vegas neighborhood. dominating the northeast section of the Las Vegas Valley, North Las Vegas is home to an estimated 224,387 residents, making it the third largest city in Nevada after incorporated Las Vegas and Henderson.
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Las Vegas Deals
The following articles will provide you with in depth information on discount codes, coupons and special deals for shows all across the Las Vegas Valley. Take the kids to see The Lion King, celebrate a birthday at Absinthe or La Reve or be the hero of a bachelor or bachelorette party with these naughty adult themed shows. Check back frequently as deals are subject to change
Las Vegas Concerts in July
July brings the heat in Las Vegas, and I am not talking just about the weather. The summer concert season is back and the July concerts in Las Vegas are some great ones. From Rod Stewart returning after Celine Dion leaves town once more to the return of Andrew Dice Clay, this month has tons of variety to pump any heart into furious beats.
Las Vegas Cocktails
From sweet and tasty to strong and potent, these libations were born or inspired by Sin City. Sample as many as you like, but remember to always drink responsibly. Where available I've included the name of the mixologist that created the drink. Happy sipping.
Albertsons Locations in Las Vegas
Albertsons is one of the largest and most convenient grocery store chains in Las Vegas. With 35 Albertsons locations in Las Vegas there is likely to be one in your neighborhood, whether it be Summerlin or Downtown.
Walking Vegas - A Locals Take on Walking the...
While most residents of Las Vegas try to avoid mucking it up with the tourists, gawkers and innumerable visitors that come to the city each year there are times when it feels really good to act like newbies and take the city in with a different shade of glasses.
October Festivals and Events
This Calendar of Events and Festivals will help you plan outings, family fun and shopping for the month of October.
Restaurants and Bars at The Linq
Below you'll find a preview of the restaurants and drinking establishments set to open throughout late 2013 and early 2014. These watering holes will be a great addition to Las Vegas and will ensure that The Linq is the newest must see attraction.
Ditch Fridays at the Palms Pool
Ditch Fridays at the Palms has a simple, if universal premise. Harkening back to the high school days of yore when nothing was better than ditching school and spending a day at the beach, Ditch Fridays ups this premise to levels that would make the teenager in your past gape, praise the heavens and very probably faint.
The High Roller
Las Vegas has become a place of iconic landmarks. The Luxor fires a beam of light into space, millions of people watch The Fountains at Bellagio and The Stratosphere looms high over the desert. But in 2014 when The Linq is fully open they'll be challenged for the top spot on the Las Vegas iconic landmark list by The High Roller.
Odd and Interesting Historical Facts About Las...
Las Vegas is universally acclaimed as The Entertainment Capital of the World, but it sure didn’t start off that way. The dry piece of scrubby desert was named sometime in the 1800’s by the Spanish, who used the spot as a watering post along the Old Spanish Trail that connected Los Angeles with Santa Fe. The name translates as The Meadows. They came for the water, hidden underground in a series of artesian wells. Page 2.
Las Vegas Newspapers
Whether you're new to Las Vegas or a long time resident looking to get more involved with your city this guide to Las Vegas Newspapers will help you stay on top of all things Vegas. From local politics to business to entertainment, these print sources are the must reads to stay up on all the issues that make Las Vegas home.
How to Find Cheap Show Tickets in Las Vegas?
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Books on Las Vegas History
Las Vegas may have a short history, but it is full of interesting tidbits and happenings. From the building of Hoover Dam to photos of Clark Townships (later to become Las Vegas), the history of Las Vegas is a story of hardship, adventure and glamor.
Las Vegas 51's Schedule
Each Spring the boys of summer come to Cashman Field and bring with them the crack of the bats, the rounding of the bases and hotdogs, beers, fireworks and fun. The Las Vegas 51's are a New York Mets AAA team and each year Las Vegans get to see the next generation of up and comers.
How to Find Casino Job Listings Online Part 1?
Whether you are a new or longtime resident of Las Vegas you need a job. Casino jobs on the Las Vegas Strip are among the most coveted and desirable jobs in the Las Vegas Valley. The combination of high wages, great benefits and a fast paced and exciting work environment make Casino jobs the cream of the crop. This How To will give you all the contact info you need to find online casino job listings.
August Festivals and Events
This Calendar of Events and Festivals will help you plan outings, family fun and shopping for the month of August.
Las Vegas Utilities - Recycling
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up recycling service in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting recycling service can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
Free Wine Tastings
In recent years Las Vegas has become a paradise for wine lovers. You could, and should, venture out to the innumerable restaurants across the Valley that cater to wine lovers, but for a true bargain experience check out these free wine tastings.
Area 51 Tour
Ever wanted to be like Mulder and Scully or do you see yourself more like Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in the recent alien comedy Paul? If your inner alien hunter needs to be let out, then the folks at tourguy.com have a great Day Trip opportunity for you.
Station Casinos' Fourth of July Blast
A long standing Las Vegas tradition, the Station Casino's Fourth of July Blast will once again shine down on Southern Nevada. This nine minute show will feature fireworks exploding simultaneously over five of the Stations properties including Aliante Station, Green Valley Ranch, Fiesta Rancho, Texas Station and Red Rock Resort.
Movie Madness
North Las Vegas won't be left out of the free movie game this summer, and that is good news for those of us who live int he northeast part of the Valley. Movie Madness runs from from April 13th until October 5th one Friday a month. Movies begin at dusk, but festivities and vendors will be there starting at 6:30 PM. I've linked to reviews of the films.
Experience the Classic Tiki Bar Las Vegas Style
A short jaunt west on Charleston from the strip brings you to a Las Vegas original that just may be the result of a mad genius with a super powered blender. Sip on a rum slogged Thurston Howl or an energy charged Bombora Blast in the tiki bar awash with South Pacific charm and a dash of old school Vegas.
September Festivals and Events
This Calendar of Events and Festivals will help you plan outings, family fun and shopping for the month of September.
Las Vegas Christmas Facts
You already know that Las Vegas is unlike any other city in the world. In fact that's probably why you live here, are considering moving here or are a frequent visitor. So it will come as no surprise that Christmas in Las Vegas is unlike Christmas anywhere int he world.
Las Vegas Off Leash Dog Parks
Las Vegas has numerous dog parks to let our four legged friends play. This article will provide locations, hours, amenities and rules for all the Off Leash Dog Parks, which as any dog owner will tell you are the way to go. Let you lab run free and take advantage of the great (and not so great) weather the Valley has to offer.
Free Movies in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is home to numerous Free Movie Series. From classic films at the Clark County Library to new animated family favorites on the green at The District at Green Valley Ranch, Las Vegas has no shortage of movie showings that will please any movie goer regardless of age.
Free Christmas Attractions
Las Vegas has long been known for its mastery of spectacle. The city is the brightest place on Earth and every Holiday season the razzle and dazzle is plussed. From spectacular holiday lights extravaganzas to the holiday themed music selections at the Fountains of Bellagio, Las Vegas is one of the most festive places south of the North Pole.The ways to celebrate are endless, but here you'll find some of the best free seasonal events. From holiday concerts in Henderson to a holiday themed light show on Fremont Street, Las Vegas may just be the jolliest place on Earth.
Mt. Charleston
Rising nearly 12,000 ft from the desert of Southern Nevada, Mt. Charleston is the king of the mountains that surround Las Vegas. This year round playground features hiking and camping int he spring, summer and fall and skiing in the winter. A relatively short 35 mile drive northwest of th Strip, Mt. Charleston feels like a world apart. Averaging 20 to 30 degrees cooler than the normal Las Vegas temperatures, it can be a respite from the midsummer heat waves that pour across the Strip.
Las Vegas Charities
Las Vegas has long been known as Sin City, but for the numerous charitable organizations across the Valley this nickname is just plain wrong. From organizations that feed the hungry to old standards like the American Red Cross these organizations prove that Las Vegas does care. Use this handy guide to Las Vegas Charities find the best places to donate time, money or unwanted goods.
First Fridays
First Fridays have become the in the know event for those in the know. If you're not in the know have no fear, for this guide will provide you access to information on all the events, happenings and goings ons that have made First Friday's not just Nevada's premier art festival, but also on of the best parties in a town known for partying.
Bally's Promo Codes
Bally's may no longer be atop the list of swankiest Las Vegas resorts but it does have some great amenities to go with the extremely reasonable room rates. Couple that with Bally's central location and you have a great home base for a long weekend away from home or to stash out of town guests.
Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis
While other pool hot spots around Vegas may be more famous, or infamous, The newly revamped Garden of the God's pool complex certainly rises to the top of the
A History of The Fourth of July
Any third grader knows the basic history behind the 4th of July. The Thirteen Colonies, that would eventually make up the original United States of America, rebelled against the tyranny of England and in The Declaration of Independence they, well declared their independence. Strangely independence was actually declared two days earlier on July 2nd, 1776 and genuine freedom was won over six years after that.
Las Vegas Breweries and Brew Pubs
Across the Valley, Las Vegas breweries and brew pubs have popped up to provide us beer-ophiles with some great options. From seasonal bocks to double hopped IPAs I'll endeavor to explore the variety of tasty ales and lagers that brewmasters throughout Las Vegas are making for us all. Your job is to head out and enjoy them. Tough gig that.
Things to Do For Thanksgiving in Vegas
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest weekends of the year for Las Vegas. While it brings family, fun and stress it also brings numerous amazing activities to a town where great things re common. Here is my list of fun and interesting things to do in Las Vegas over the holiday weekend. Enjoy and drop me a note letting me know what you are doing.
Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving
So a friend came up to me recently and asked me if I wanted to go skydiving. While always curious my initial reaction may be the same as yours. I have no desire to jump out of a perfectly good airplane. Plus its expensive, you need a bunch of training and it takes all day.
Top 10 Best Fun Things for Las Vegas Newcomers.
From amazing shows to great magic shows and comedy clubs and fantastic concerts at gorgeous concert venues to some the best bars and clubs in the world, Las Vegas has no end to amazingly fun things to do. The biggest problem facing new Las Vegas residents is getting settled and then deciding what amazingly fun thing to do first. Below you'll find some much needed help with my list of the Top 10 Best Fun Things for Las Vegas Newcomers.
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Rehab at The Hard Rock Pool
Billed as the sexiest, hottest, tiniest bikini clad pool party in Vegas, Rehab more than lives up to its reputation. Every Sunday throughout the summer Rehab takes over the massive Tahitian style pool nestled behind the Hard Rock Hotel.
Azure Pool Party at the Palazzo
The Palazzo at the Venetian jumped into the pool party game with Azure. A slightly more upscale oasis than many of the strip’s mega pool extravaganzas, Azure is the place to see celebrity’s bare bronzed bodies to the intense heat and ever voracious eyes of the star hungry public.
Las Vegas Utilities - Dish Network
Dish Network is one of Las Vegas' largest providers of satellite television and internet service and home phone through their partner companies. This guide will provide you all the information needed to get new service, transfer exiting service and pay your bill.
Las Vegas Utilities - Natural Gas
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up natural gas service in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting gas can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Thanksgiving Buffets
Here is my list of some of the better buffets to venture out to over Thanksgiving Weekend. Most of these buffets will be offering special Thanksgiving meal fare. I have included the website so that you may cater your holiday meal to your liking. Reservations are recommended where appropriate.
July Festivals and Events
July Las Vegas Calendar: The weather grows hotter, the kids are out of school and the summer season is in full swing. Here are my picks for the best things to do in and around Las Vegas this July.
Green Valley Ranch
When you pull up to Green Valley Ranch Resort and Spa you can be forgiven for thinking you've entered into one of James Bond's haunts in Monaco. Mediterranean style architecture brings a high end feel to what many have dubbed a locals casino. Far from the tourist bustle of the Las Vegas Strip, Green Valley Ranch is a retreat for those of us who live and work in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Utilities - Cable TV
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up new television service in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting cable TV service can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
Bellagio Promo Codes
The Bellagio remains one of the classiest and most beloved of all Las Vegas hotels. With phenomenal restaurants, fabulous shows and of course the world famous Fountains at Bellagio, this hotel remains top notch. As such it os often difficult to find specials and promotions. But fear not the codes provided below will allow you to live like a king, even if you're a lowly serf.
Dig This - The Adult Sandbox
When I was a kid I had a sandbox. In this sandbox the most wonderful adventures took place. Han Solo, mounted on a bulldozer, would face off in a deadly chicken race against the dreaded Boba Fett, riding high and mighty in a front end loader. I doubt my imagination was alone in mixing Star Wars and Tonka into a mishmash of childhood fun and I also doubt that most adults ever get the chance to relive these childhood playtimes on a grander scale.
Labor Day Weekend
Labor weekend marks the last big hurrah for Las Vegas' summer season. Upwards of two million visitors converge on our city in the desert over the three day extended weekend. to take advantage of the boom, casinos and resorts are upping the ante with celebrity pool parties, great concerts and fun deals across town. Yet we locals need not fret, as neighborhoods across the valley have concocted Celebrations of their own.
The M Resort - A Las Vegas Locals Casino
The M Resort just might be one of the coolest places in Las Vegas and while technically on the Strip it is far enough south of the the other mega casinos like the Bellagio and Caesar's Palace as to be in a world of its own. This is exactly what the builders were intending when they created the M Resort the glitziest and most glamorous of the Las Vegas locals casinos.
Las Vegas Irish Bars
Some of these Irish Pubs lie on the Strip amidst the hustle and bustle while others are tucked away on one of Las Vegas' many neighborhoods and cater to locals. While everyone lays claim to being Irish on St. Patrick's Day, these establishments live the life of green and orange every day. Below I'll give you all the info you'll need to make a wise choice for your next Celtic adventure. Tell me of your adventures. Erin Go Bragh!
The Outdoor Picture Show
There are a ton of reasons to love The District at Green Valley Ranch. Shopping, food, music and all the rest, but for my ... um not money (it is FREE) the best thing The District has to offer is the Outdoor Picture Show. Free family films on the green. Grab a blanket and a picnic basket for all the flicks. Showings are every Friday and Saturday night at dusk.
Las Vegas Utilities - Water.
Whether you are new to the Las Vegas Valley, setting up water in your own name for the first time or moving to a new residence, getting water can be a giant pain. This guide will help simplify your life by providing you with one place to find all the info you'll need to start your new life in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Weather Cams
As any longtime resident of Las Vegas can attest to, the weather in the Valley can be erratic. While sun and heat are the norm, flash floods and torrential rains can, and do, come out of nowhere. Check these live cameras to keep up to date on the weather anywhere in the Valley.
Las Vegas Concerts in October
As fall comes to Las Vegas kids are in school, the tourists are starting to dwindle and we locals are getting some great concerts. My former boss Jimmy Buffett comes to the MGM Grand for two shows. Elton John tops some wish list. Depeche Mode and Conor Oberst will make the hipsters and alt folks happy. Josh Groban brings his angel voice and Jim Belushi and Daniel Tosh bring the yucks. This is a great month to be a Vegas-ite.
Las Vegas' Best Date Restaurants
Las Vegas has so many restaurants that you could take in one a week for well over a decade and by the time you were done you'd have several dozen new options to try. That being said, not every restaurant is good for every occasion. These restaurants are among the best places in Vegas to take a date. Whether you're on a blind date, an anniversary or a celebrating a special occasion, these venues rank as Las Vegas' Best Date Restaurants.
Las Vegas 51s Fireworks Extravaganza
What is more American than baseball, hot-dogs and fireworks? If you shrugged and said not much then the annual Las Vegas 51s Fireworks Extravaganza is for you and the family. For nearly 30 years baseball has been played in North Vegas at Cashman Field and for many of those years they've celebrated America's Birthday. This year the Las Vegas 51s welcome the Colorado Springs Sky Sox in on Sunday July 3rd
Las Vegas Fireworks Laws
Fireworks and the 4th of July go hand in hand, but here in Las Vegas we live under the constant threat of drought that requires a higher level of vigilance and responsibility when it comes to fireworks. To that end I've reviewed the statutes governing the use of fireworks in the Las Vegas Valley.
Food Trucks in Las Vegas
Food Trucks rule. Not only are they hip, trendy and nouveau, but over the past couple of years have upped their game to compete, if not beat, more traditional non-wheeled food purveyors. In my first article on Las Vegas Food Trucks I tackled some of the more well known and diverse mobile food sellers. However, my tasty culinary research quickly led me to realize that I had barely tapped the surface of this most tasty restaurant sub-category.
4th of July Parades in Las Vegas
Las Vegas has some great ways to celebrate the 4th of July. With numerous fireworks displays to brighten up the night sky and illuminate the mountains that surround our city, few places I've been to can match the wonder and amazement of Las Vegas on Independence Day. While fireworks are the perennial favorite, the great 4th of July parades, featuring floats, patriotic bands and even the occasional water fight amply reward those who rise early to celebrate the birthday of our great country.
Boulder City Damboree Celebration
Featuring a pancake breakfast, a parade, a legendary water fight, games, booths and concession stands and of course fireworks the Boulder City Damboree Celebration remains one of the best ways to celebrate Independence Day in the Las Vegas Valley.
Blue Man Group Interview
Not too long after I first saw The Blue Man Group I was asked by a friend to describe the experience. I'll tell you what I told him, you really do need to see it to understand it, and then you still probably won't . But one thing is sure, you'll leave pretty damn happy and with the odd sensation that despite the just plain oddness of the show you may understand a bit more about the world than you once did.
Las Vegas Concerts in November by Date
November Concerts in Vegas by Date. Use this monthly concert listing calendar to plan your musical enlightenment, purchase tickets and enrich your life with some great music.
Top Ten Novels Set in Las Vegas
Las Vegas may not have the literary history of New York, Chicago or New Orleans, but there are several really amazing books set in Sin City. Here is my list of the Top Ten.

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