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    Cosmopolitan, Westgate Up the Ante on Sports Betting

    By Lissa Townsend Rodgers

    Many casinos are souping up their sports books, including the Cosmopolitan and the Westgate.

  • Intriguing People 2016

    The Casino Boss

    By David G. Schwartz

    Bill McBeath, President and CEO of Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

  • A Small Bite

    David Chang to Open Momofuku in The Cosmopolitan

    By Seven Staff

    The Las Vegas restaurant rumor mill is churning that chef David Chang will take over part of the space on the Cosmopolitan's second floor.

  • Seven Days

    Free Stagings of The Nutcracker, Nevada’s Largest Light Show and More

    By Bob Whitby

    It’s Christmas and you want to see The Nutcracker, but hauling the entire family to most productions is a budget buster. What to do?

  • Drinking

    Andy Masi Returns to the Strip with Clique Lounge in the Cosmopolitan

    By Melinda Sheckells

    Nightlife and restaurant impresario Andy Masi pretty much established bottle service as an industry standard in Las Vegas. And now he’s breaking that paradigm with a new lounge in the Cosmopolitan, Clique.

  • Gallery

    Party Pics: Hakkasan, STK and Foxtail

    See photos from the hottest parties, courtesy of SPYONVegas.

  • Seven Nights

    Spend Your Christmas Week in a Winter Wonderland of Ice, Beats and Mrs. Claus

    By Sam Glaser

    Head to the Ice Rink at the Cosmopolitan for Throwback Thursdays presented by Marquee. Las Vegas veteran DJ Dig Dug is on the decks with a special 60-minute set by EDX, making this an extra chill two-for-one.

  • A&E

    Bruno Mars, Bringer of The Chelsea (and Residency)

    By Jason Scavone

    The Cosmopolitan's Eastern European glass factory is bringing in the man whose heart is the most delicate spun crystal. Bruno Mars will kick off the new Chelsea at the Cosmo December 29 and 31--before he returns to do a mini-residency there.

  • Nightlife

    Cosmo Adding Esoterically Named Supperclub Rose.Rabbit.Lie.

    By Jason Scavone

    The Cosmo is opening a new club ... bar ... performance space ... thing.

  • Seven Nights

    Thursday, Aug. 8 Rock out with Austin, Texas’ rising star Gary Clark Jr. at the Boulevard Pool. The singer/guitarist has a cool sound that bridges the past and future of blues, soul and hip-hop, and helped him become Rolling Stone’s Best Young Gun and a SPIN magazine Breakout Artist. (At the Cosmopolitan, 8 p.m., CosmopolitanLasVegas.com.) Next, bounce over to Surrender for a face-melting bass-heavy set by Zeds Dead.

  • Health & Beauty

    Best Store for Your Skin

    Don't let its Strip location deter you (just take Harmon Avenue right to the Cosmo's parking garage), Skins 6|2 is locally owned and is the only beauty boutique of its kind in the United States. Featuring familiar favorites such as Deborah Lippmann nail polish and TokyoMilk fragrances, the best part of this beauty spot is that it also features a plethora of brands you've never heard of and that are normally only available online.

  • Nightlife

    Best DJ Booth

    Las Vegas has a number of rad DJ booths. But what makes Marquee the best is its sum of its audio-visual parts: a pulsating 40-foot LED wall, an integrated stage that turns go-go’s into choreographed dancers while face-melting subwoofers tickle your skin as you inch closer. The icing on the cake? The booth is raised just enough to offer celebrity-DJ-demigod proximity and easy viewing from most angles. Forget Las Vegas—this is one of the most epic DJ booths in nightlife, period.

  • Nightlife

    Best Go-Go Dancers

    It’s so much more than merely hiring models and teaching them a few moves. Sure, hotness is a prerequisite. But this is about beauty and creativity. And Marquee just gets it. Cosmopolitan creative director Gen Cleary uses the club’s stage to help “break the cliché of what a go-go dancer is and how to elevate it.” Cleary works with Hakkasan and XS, too, and both have great go-go’s, but we’re partial to Marquee’s stage that sits perched atop the DJ booth.

  • Night-lites

    Dive into Dive-In Mondays at the Boulevard Pool

    By Sam Glaser

    “Just follow the kids,” we’re instructed as my friends and I enter the Cosmopolitan’s Boulevard Pool for the Dive-In Mondays movie night. Really? I wonder as I fight an unwanted tinge of smugness. The kids? Ok, Little Giants is the 7:30 p.m. show, so of course the demographic might skew young. But would it ultimately ruin our experience? Quite the contrary, the event would prove to make us feel young, not feel outnumbered by the youngsters.

  • The Ringleader

    By Sam Glaser

    When Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto at Rain became a renowned residency, his signature sound and persona were only a part of the appeal. Behind the literal and figurative curtain was a dancer-turned-show producer who would hugely impact the visual landscape of Las Vegas nightlife. At that time, Gen Cleary’s dance/production company Belluscious had been gaining traction with its corporate division, Stage Spectacle, providing clients such as Chanel, Mercedes-Benz and McDonald’s a more empowering, commercial brand of female glamor inspired by 1930s- and 1940s-era musicals.

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