The moments are always big, curated by Adele herself. She shines in them and then slips back away from the cameras. Every appearance, photo and statement she makes becomes international news. Her Griffith Observatory concert to launch her latest album, 30, was huge, with the television special even winning the singer her first Emmy Award. Now, the spotlight shines the brightest as she embarks on her “Weekends With Adele” residency at Caesars Palace. Continue reading “The Las Vegas Experience” »
Welcome to Martha Stewart’s home: Vegas edition. The Bedford by Martha Stewart, a restaurant designed by the lifestyle icon, is set to open this year at Paris Las Vegas. Not only is The Bedford designed by Stewart, but it’s also essentially a clone of her actual country farmhouse in Bedford, New York. Continue reading “Home Sweet Vegas Home” »
By Rod Stafford Hagwood
One of the top-selling recording artists of all time, John Legend has conquered other entertainment arenas, racking up an impressive trophy case with his EGOT status (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony awards). Now he has decided to conquer Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Continue reading “John Legend Finds “Love in Las Vegas”” »
Comedian JB Smoove is having the time of his life. The dapper comedian with the million-dollar smile gets to dress up in the fly wardrobe of a Roman emperor, brandish a gleaming goblet and command legions of players as the brand ambassador for the exclusive new Caesars Sportsbook betting ap. Continue reading “All Hail Caesar!” »
In this nonstop city, Miranda Lambert is the fastest girl in town. The country superstar kicked off her Las Vegas residency show, “Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo,” in late September with dazzling pyro, vivid lasers and a nonstop tour of her deep music catalogue.
Show-stopping seasonal style. Fashions from The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and Neiman Marcus/Fashion Show. Photographed on location at Caesars Palace.
Celebrated New York City Chef Chris Santos is adding to the Las Vegas sizzle with his Stanton Social Prime, a new dining concept opening at Caesars Palace this winter.
Caesar himself may not have actually lived at Caesars Palace, as Zach Galifianakis’ character Alan in The Hangover wondered aloud, but he would most certainly approve of the new entrance.
If anyone knows how to plan for a holiday gathering, it’s Martha Stewart. With the opening of her new restaurant, The Bedford by Martha Stewart at Paris Las Vegas, we sought out some party planning advice from the lifestyle guru herself.
Smoked cocktails became all the rage a few years ago as mixology became trendy and creative cocktails started popping up on menus all across America. And while infusing cocktails with smoke may seem a bit gimmicky, when it’s done right it adds a subtle peaty flavor and brings a complexity to the drink.
If you haven’t already, it’s time to get in the game. With college football, the NFL, NHL and NBA all in full swing, action is heating up from coast to coast. With the most retail sportsbooks in the country, Caesars Sportsbook is live in 28 states and North American jurisdictions—20 of which offer mobile wagering.
Dessert innovator Dominique Ansel has a new bakery at Caesars Palace. The Cronut® creator is, of course, bringing his signature croissant-donut hybrid and other whimsical desserts, including the DKA (Dominique’s Kouign Amann), Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot and Frozen S’mores from New York.
It’s a rock-and-rollercoaster ride for these star-crossed lovers from opposite sides of the tracks. Set to the music of Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell albums, this Romeo-and-Juliet-like love story is fittingly housed at Paris Las Vegas.
Japanese cuisine might not be top of mind when one thinks of Paris, but Chef Nobu Matsuhisa aims to change that with his second Nobu restaurant location on the Las Vegas Strip, this time at Paris Las Vegas.
With his sixth Las Vegas restaurant, Gordon Ramsay is aiming for an all-day dining experience that goes beyond his British roots and touches on his world travels. Ramsay’s Kitchen, located inside Harrah’s Las Vegas, is a warm, inviting restaurant that offers a glimpse into the celebrated chef’s personal kitchen.
Norway’s Espen Jorstad harnessed the energy of the World Series of Poker’s first trip to the Las Vegas Strip to win this year’s Main Event. In a nine-day run, the Norwegian outplayed 8,662 players—the second largest WSOP field ever—to win $10 million and the newly designed championship bracelet.
Internationally designed with the gambler in mind, the legendary Horseshoe brand is making its way to the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. As Bally’s continues its transition into Horseshoe Las Vegas, there are big changes on the way.