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Football fans are getting pumped up for the biggest game of the year — Super Bowl LII live from Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 4. When the players take to the field, you'll want to check out the action from one of these Big Game viewing parties in Las Vegas.
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The holiday season of being "naughty or nice" is over, but Las Vegas is called Sin City for reason. It's one of the best places in the world for adults-only entertainment. So don't be afraid to show your saucy side as we settle into 2018.
The Las Vegas Strip is known for having the very best nightclubs in the world, where top DJs entertain thousands of people on any given night. Some of the most in-demand names even have their own residencies, returning to familiar venues to play multiple nights on a regular basis.
By Rob Kachelriess
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New Year's Eve is an absolutely gorgeous spectacle in Las Vegas. The entire Strip shuts down to traffic as people fill the streets and watch fireworks shoot from the rooftops of seven casinos at the stroke of midnight. Just pick the right place to catch all the action.
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After becoming a hit in Miami, Sugarcane is opening up a second location at the Venetian in Las Vegas. The restaurant serves a wide variety of global cuisine, inspired by the diverse background and heritage of Executive Chef and partner Timon Balloo.
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Who ya got? The Cubs or the Indians? Regardless of who you're rooting for, just make sure you catch every moment of this year's historic World Series. Las Vegas has more than a few cool spots to soak in all the action.
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The Cosmopolitan has been one of the most elite, modern and popular resorts on the Strip since it opened nearly six years ago. One of the reasons for that success is the stellar lineup of restaurants. Here's a close look at some of our current favorites.
It's just about time for the harsh desert sun to become a little more comfortable and as summer gives way to autumn, September's still holding onto some of the carefree spirit of the past few months.
Looking for a few fun things to do in Las Vegas this September? We’ve got you covered!