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Michael Jackson ONE @ Mandalay Bay A music based Cirque du Soleil production paying tribute to the legendary pop idol Michael
Skydive into Middle Earth. The eight-mile long Fox Glacier near the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island is consistently
All is calm, all is bright. In some cases, really bright. Here are seven of some of America's most over-the-top holiday light displays.
Las Vegas is known for being extravagant and over the top from its people and food to its hotels. When it comes to the Luxe Pet Hotels... it is no different! No need to leave your pet at home when you vacation to Las Vegas.
Schools are back in session and the summer vacation season is finally coming to an end. If you are fortunate enough to have vacation time in the fall, you are likely to find lesser crowds and attractions that are willing to make concessions to fill in the gaps. Where can you take advantage and make the most of your fall travel dollars?
If you've ever wished you could step in time -- specifically to Las Vegas in the 1960s -- to see Frank Sinatra perform, now's a good time to make your way to Sin City. A newly opened show, Frank: The Man. The Music, is a stylish homage to the man many would argue was the greatest singer of the 20th century.
5. If you're with a bunch of thrill-seekers, you can race exotic cars around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The Smith Center
This time in my life feels awkward, unfamiliar and off-balance. But as I return to these stories of humor, pain and sweetness, I see that experiencing deep love is a gift even though I'm stumbling through the transitions.
Finally, the author wound up on Fremont Street to experience "old-school Vegas." In this town, anything goes, but it's on
Visiting Vegas for the weekend is an easy getaway for Angelenos but leaving town with a plan is mandatory. Take Friday off work and arrive Thursday evening to ensure three unforgettable nights. Here are a few dayclubs, restaurants and nightclubs that are Sin City musts.
While the café was transforming into a bar, a nuclear testing site was being built by the U.S. Army a mere 50 miles away. In this age of innocence it quickly became vogue to grab an "Atomic Cocktail" and climb a ladder to the café's roof to watch for mushroom clouds on the horizon.