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  • Dance

    So You Think You Can Dance Tangoed into Town

    By Judy Stone

    The dance competition's annual tour featured the current season’s top 10 contestants.

  • Features

    Jon Gray Is Ready for Round Two

    By David G. Schwartz

    The executive returns to Palms Casino Resort and gives a glimpse into its future

  • Features

    Jesse and Cy Waits Launch a New Social Experience

    The brothers join the Station Casinos team with plans to invigorate the vibe and social spaces at the company's resorts

  • Night-lites

    Remembering DJ AM

    By Melinda Sheckells

    A new documentary brilliantly details Adam Michael Goldstein's complexity—his stints in rehab and the characters that surrounded him, his Hollywood days and later, his ascent as one of the world’s most sought-after DJs.

  • nightlife

    Kirill Will Be Here

    By Melinda Sheckells

    The social media superstar will give the crowd at Ditch Fridays a Champagne shower they won’t soon forget.

  • Dining

    Mia Mastroianni’s New Cocktail Menu Deserves a Like

    Social, the aptly named center bar at the Palms, recently unveiled a new drink menu designed by Mia Mastroianni.

  • The Deal

    A Sushi Happy Hour, Dollar Marys and a Frugal ATM

    By Anthony Curtis

    With the opening of Bocho at Sixth Street and Carson Avenue, Downtown has its first bona fide sushi house. All the mainstream sushi choices—tuna, yellowtail, salmon, etc.—run $4.25-$5.25 for two-piece orders.

  • Al a Carte

    Simon Closings, Yardbird’s New Burger and Westgate Menu Previews

    By Al Mancini

    It didn’t come as much of a surprise to most people in the industry when the news broke that Simon at Palms Place (702-944-3292) will close its doors when the restaurant’s lease expires in May. The fact that chef Kerry Simon’s hamburger restaurant KGB (in Harrah’s, 702-369-5000) will also be closing at the end of its lease was a bit more unexpected.

  • Nightlife

    Peaceful Plunges

    By Laurel May Bond

    Where to find—and how to get the most out of—the city’s best relaxation pools

  • Nightlife

    My Day at DJ School

    By Camille Cannon

    Opened in May, Blend DJ Institute is the city’s only brick-and-mortar business solely dedicated to hands-on DJ and production instruction.

  • Nightlife

    The Palms’ Moon Shutters After Nine-Year Run

    By Jason Scavone

    A nine-year run is like 63 in club years. (Who's a good club? You're a good club, yes you are.) Moon has been offering al fresco clubbing since the middle of the Bush administration, but now it's going to give way to a new concept on the top floor of the Palms' Fantasy Tower.

  • Dining

    N9NE Steakhouse Gets a Tasteful, Tasty Makeover

    By Al Mancini

    Walking into N9NE Steakhouse for the first time since its recent remodel and menu re-write, I was a bit nervous. A little more than three years ago, I publicly vetoed its inclusion in the first edition of my restaurant guidebook, over the strenuous objection of my colleague, co-author and Vegas Seven food critic Max Jacobson.

  • Seven Nights

    Start Your Weekend With Zombie Prom

    By Sam Glaser

    All right boos and ghouls, look alive for the Zombie Prom at Ghostbar. The undead couple crowned king and queen wins $7,500, and second place gets $2,500.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Best Standup Act

    Any year where Don Rickles plays at The Orleans makes it hard for any other act to get in consideration as the best stand-up in the city, but a one-off at the Palms was stunning for the quality of comedy as well as the unlikely source.

  • Nightlife

    Ready to Rumpus

    By Xania V. Woodman

    The Palms wants a greater share of your aggregate drinking time. They’re making this patently clear by sweeping away the old or underused and bringing in the new and awesome. First, we got Scarlet, a six-seat mixology bar with tons of romantic cache. Next came Social, a center bar with a focus on North American whiskey. Not content to let the dust settle on your excitement, the Palms is poised to announce the makeover of the bunny hutch, the Playboy Club.

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