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May 30

Nevada to give $380 million to build the Oakland A’s Stadium

In a bill introduced on Friday, May 26, 2023 in the Nevada Legislature, Oakland Athletics stand to receive $380 million from Nevada for the construction of their potential $1.5 billion stadium on the Las Vegas Strip featuring a retractable roof. The team has agreed to use land on the southern..Read More
May 22

Peppermill to Bring Back 24-Hour Weekend Service

Peppermill Las Vegas
The Peppermill Restaurant and Fireside Lounge in Las Vegas is returning to 24-hours-a-day weekend schedule starting on June 2nd, 2023. It announced on Twitter that the business hour will be open 24 hours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, it will close on Mondays at 11 p.m. and resume its normal..Read More
May 15

Kevin Hart Is Taking Over Resorts World for Hartbeat Weekend

Kevin Hart
As announced by Resorts World on April 26th, the hotel & casino will be kickoff a special four-day Kevin Hart performance dubbed ‘Hartbeat Weekend’ from July 6th to July 9th. Tickets went on sale on Friday, April 28th at 10:00 AM PT on, check the link to get your..Read More
May 9

The Dorsey at Venetian Las Vegas is Closing

The Dorsey Cocktail Bar
The Dorsey, one of the bars that helps define the Las Vegas cocktail experience, is closing on June 25th. The hot boîte in The Venetian is being replaced later this summer by Juliet Cocktail Room.   The Dorsey Cocktail Bar is a visually stunning cocktail bar that offers innovative craft cocktails..Read More
May 6

WHO Declares Covid-19 No Longer a Global Health Emergency

The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that COVID-19 is no longer a global health emergency after more than 7 million deaths worldwide. However, the WHO still considers COVID-19 to be a public health emergency of international concern. This is a significant milestone in the fight against the pandemic, but..Read More
May 4

Horseshoe Jubilee Tower Rebranded to Versailles Tower

Paris Las Vegas
Caesars Entertainment plans to invest $100 million to renovate the Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas, and integrate it into Paris, featuring a new name: the Versailles Tower. In a statement to the press, Caesars Entertainment Regional President Sean McBurney noted that the move would make Paris Resort even larger..Read More
May 2

Cathédrale at ARIA Resort & Casino: Now Open

Cathédrale at ARIA Resort & Casino
Cathédrale at ARIA Resort & Casino is now open on May 1st! The restaurant honors the legacy and DNA of the original Cathédrale located in New York City. The Las Vegas location extends the spirit of that layered, urban decadence and grit while celebrating the architectural drama, grandeur, and decorative..Read More
April 30

Hearthstone at Red Rock Resort is Permanently Closed

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar
Hearthstone is out at Red Rock Casino, it’s permanently closed on April 30. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar was a wood-filled restaurant known for its wine collection and entrees like salmon and pizza, it’s closed to make way for a new dining experience. Clique Hospitality, the company behind Hearthstone, has said that..Read More
April 28

Free Weekly Movie Nights Back The District at Green Valley Ranch

Movies on The Green
The District at Green Valley Ranch has announced the return of their ‘Movies on The Green’ event. The Saturday-only family-friendly film event will screen your favorite blockbuster movies under the stars starting at 7 pm. Event dates stretch from May 6th to June 24th, 2023, and will take place on..Read More
April 26

Vegas Vic Sign Violates the Municipal Sign Code

The City of Las Vegas posted on Twitter Tuesday that The Vegas Vic sign violates the municipal sign code as it’s off. This Vegas Vic sign is located in the Downtown Casino Overlay District. It must be fully illuminated from at least one hour before dusk until one hour after..Read More