May 2018

Following an Instagram contest that generated more than 30 entries, The Mob Museum, The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, announced the winning name for The Underground distillery’s artisan copper-pot moonshine still: “Virginia Still.” The name provides a playful twist on the name of one of the more intriguing and notorious organized crime figures with a Las Vegas connection, Virginia Hill.
The new Las Vegas flagship is I LOVE SUGAR’s most architecturally innovative store, featuring a monumental façade and state of the art design that creates a stunning new destination in one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations.
On Wednesday, May 16, the Las Vegas Monorail is scheduled to welcome its 80 MILLIONTH RIDER since opening in the summer of 2004.
The Neon Museum announces, “Blue Angel: Between Heaven and Earth,” the limited-time exhibition of the iconic Blue Angel Motel sign.

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SAN FRANCISCO (May 2018) – Beginning today, Madame Tussauds San Francisco brings the world’s most famous prison escape to life in its new “Alcatraz – The Breakout” escape room,...

The Underground, The Mob Museum’s new Prohibition history exhibition, introduces the “Knightcap,” its first cocktail in honor of the Vegas Golden Knights.
Madame Tussauds San Francisco has geared up for this epic reunion with the launch of two of the Guardians of the Galaxy’s most beloved heroes.
Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines (GCSA) is the first and only tour operator to now offer non-stop flights to Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend from Las Vegas.

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LAS VEGAS (May 16, 2018) — I LOVE SUGAR® announced it will open its latest and most extraordinary candy experience to date in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip at The LINQ...

Tweet This: “You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here. @TheSFDungeon bans “ugly” people from the attraction. #ThrowingShade”

SAN FRANCISCO (May 2018) – The unsightly beware: The San Francisco Dungeon has resurrected the historic San Francisco “ugly law”...