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Oakland Raiders cornerback Sean Smith faces assault charge

Oakland Raiders cornerback Sean Smith has been charged with beating his sister's boyfriend last month, Los Angeles prosecutors...

A Health Department Shutter at The Boulevard Mall

An imminent health hazard in the food court Dining upgrades are on the way to The Boulevard Mall, but the Southern Nevada Health District found enough problems in the food court to shut down Coney Island Gourmet Hotdogs. Inspectors closed...Show More Summary

Eureka! Resets Its Debut Date on Fremont East

Will take over the former Beat Coffeehouse Burger and craft beer concept Eureka! had originally expected to debut its “rustic industrial environment” on Fremont East this summer, but new job postings confirm the California-based company...Show More Summary

‘East Meets West’ at the New Home of Tea Space

The second location celebrates anime and pop art Tea Space Address: 7425 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 102 Phone: 702-695-5393 Status: Open daily from noon until 10 p.m. and until midnight on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Tea Space has beenShow More Summary

Beach Buffet Confirmed for the Tropicana

Will replace the shuttered Beach Café Revealed last month to be taking over the Beach Café at the Tropicana Las Vegas, new plywood signage confirms the Beach Buffet will be up and running by the end of the year. Promising a winter arrival,...Show More Summary

10 Beer-Infused Dishes Connoisseurs Love in Las Vegas

Meet some of the dishes that use beer for an added kick in Las Vegas Attention, beer lovers. Fans can not only drink craft beers in Las Vegas but eat it too. Bratwursts, soups, seafood, chicken wings and even pizza comes infused, brined or mixed with beer. Show More Summary

A chat with MTV legend—and Emerge curator—Matt Pinfield

“At a lot of other festivals put so much focus on headliners that people don’t find new talent. A lot of these artists have a chance to blow up.”

Emerge’s impact curator intertwines its speakers with the music

Lisa Shufro says the conference will flip the script on the typical speaker experience.

Killers and Dragons and Spotify, oh my! Emerge’s curators help set it apart

Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds says: “They know how to help the artists—and those who are coming to listen—have an incredible experience.”

A unique festival formula makes the Emerge Music + Impact Conference a must-attend event

It’s a music fan’s dream: seeing the next Nirvana or Beyoncé up close in a small room, before the rest of the world has caught on.

Americana’s Stephen Blandino Dishes on His Favorite Las Vegas Restaurants

He has breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner covered Sin City is home to a lot of restaurants and bars, but there are tons of hidden gems that the majority of Las Vegans aren't unearthing. To help guide readers to these potential discoveries,...Show More Summary

Frijoles & Frescas Expanding to the Eastside

Claims it serves “the best Mexican food in Las Vegas” Frijoles & Frescas Grilled Tacos has grown into a very familiar, casual Mexican dining option since 2014 and is finally making its way to the east side for its fourth local outpost. Already...Show More Summary

Cañonita To Temporarily Close for Renovation

Nearly $500,000 in improvements “Old Mexico”-inspired Cañonita restaurant at the Grand Canal Shoppes gets ready for its second major upgrade in four years. One of the best people-watching destinations at the shopping center plans toShow More Summary

Roger Daltrey Now Has His Champagne at Mr Chow

Plus Gordon Ramsay, Robbie Amell and Joanna Krupa dined in Las Vegas Roger Daltrey, the frontman for The Who, wrapped a six-date residency in Las Vegas at the Colosseum at Caesars by bringing his limited-edition Champagne Cuvée Roger Daltrey to the champagne trolley at Mr Chow, the Chinese restaurant at Caesars Palace, on Friday, Aug. Show More Summary

An Eater's Guide to Dining in Las Vegas

Unofficial, highly opinionated information about eating and drinking in Sin City Las Vegas started as a cowboy town. When the Hoover Dam was built, it became a gambling destination. Not long after, the general tourist crowds followed. Show More Summary

Work to begin on park dedicated to marathon bombing victim

The mother of an 8-year-old boy killed in the Boston Marathon bombing says she's pleased that work is about to begin on a park named after her son...

16 Places To Find Korean Barbecue in Las Vegas

Diners can cook up their own Korean barbecue at these restaurants in Las Vegas Grab a group of friends and have a meal cooked right at the table. Korean barbecue brings the grill to the table, where guests can roast their own meats on a charcoal or gas grill. Show More Summary

Good Art HLYWD Goes Vegas, Baby! – Part 2

In order to best prepare you for Saks Fifth Avenue's upcoming multi-department takeover by Good Art HLYWD, (coinciding with the Mayweather/McGregor bout), here are all the deets on some of the Los Angeles-based luxury brand's wares, that will be available to you! [Part 2 of 2]

The Newest Place To Bet on the Game

Rampart Casino debuts its sports book JC’s Irish Pub left Rampart Casino earlier this year, and now the resort has a replacement, just in time for football season. The Rampart Casino Race & Sports Book take over nearly 6,000 square feet near the casino floor. Show More Summary

Matcha House Joins Purple Potato in Henderson

An opening set for sweets and hand-whisk matcha tea A one-stop destination for inventive food and drinks heads to Henderson. Yonaka Modern Japanese plans to expand its "Craft Your Own" spin-off Purple Potato by Yonaka into the Eastern Marketplace, close to the intersection of St. Show More Summary

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