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Sweet delight: New York-New York to house giant candy brands

The Strip’s New York-New York, home to a faux Statue of Liberty and a scaled-down version of the Brooklyn Bridge, will soon house an 18-foot-tall replica of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and other over-sized candy brands.

Showtime: Cirque characters help introduce new tourism partnership

A menacing man in yellow stared unflinchingly at the crowd, his 3-foot- long red goatee swaying slightly as he glared. To his right, his comrade’s shiny royal blue hair covered the left side of his face. The right side, unencumbered by the straight hair, was stoic, covered by white paint.

Travel trade show rebrands, takes fresh tack

After 45 years, the U.S. Travel Association’s International Pow Wow has been rebranded to IPW for this year’s event in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas clubs rake in revenue in tribute to revelry

To step into club XS at Wynn Las Vegas is to enter the dreamscape of a modern artist with fetishes for gold and bronze and bodies in motion.

Arizona rancher jailed in dispute over Grand Canyon Skywalk access

KINGMAN, Ariz. – The man who incurred the wrath of the Hualapai Indian tribe and many tourists by charging a toll to reach the Skywalk Grand Canyon West attraction over the Memorial Holiday weekend was arrested late Tuesday.

Flightlinez offers mountain-top thrills on Bootleg Canyon zip lines

Long before the idea to place a zip line ride underneath the Fremont Street canopy and long before Strip casinos began looking into rooftop zip lines to connect resorts, there was Flightlinez Boulder City.

Burglaries not uncommon at Las Vegas hotels

The morning Vicki Bambini was burglarized for $1,000 in her Golden Nugget hotel room marked her 30th year visiting Las Vegas.

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