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April 14, 2014 | By Jay Jones
Comedian George Wallace is about to end his 10-year run on the Las Vegas Strip. He has announced that his show will go dark later this month. Wallace , who celebrated his show's 10th anniversary during a star-studded performance in March, said his last 10 p.m. show at the Flamingo will be April 26.   "I've been headlining longer than any other African American comedian, and that includes Redd Foxx and Sammy Davis Jr.," he said.   "[Jerry] Seinfeld wants me to go back on the road with him," Wallace said of his longtime friend.
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NEWS
January 9, 2013 | By Jay Jones
MGM Resorts properties along the Las Vegas Strip are rolling out free  Wi-Fi service throughout the low-rise public spaces of the resorts, from casinos to pools to restaurants. Once the system is fully implemented, you will not need to get up from a slot machine or a blackjack table to check emails. The technology is being installed in stages. It's already up and running at Bellagio , MGM Grand , Mandalay Bay and the Mirage. Service will be available later this year at Excalibur , Luxor , Monte Carlo and New York-New York . The new service, catering to what's being called the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
NEWS
September 4, 2012
Ithappens. We have a blast spending money in the shops, restaurants and casinos (oh yes, the casinos) only to realize that our travel budget is shot. Sure, you can pull out the plastic, but in Vegas, you don't have to. In fact, Sin City is teeming with free stuff to do and see after you've played that last chip. FOUNTAINS OF THE BELLAGIO Grab a bench to view this stellar choreographed water show - consisting of more than 1,200 dancing fountains and a spectacular sound system - at the Bellagio.
TRAVEL
October 10, 2010 | By Christopher Reynolds, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
They're a disparate lot ? museums, hotels, an observation deck, a sculpture park and a sundial-shaped bridge ? but these recent structures, none more than 10 years old, are redefining the West. Before we bow to them, though, let's admit that it's been a good decade too for landmark renewal, including San Francisco's Ferry Building (www.ferrybuildingmarketplace.com), a transit hub reborn in 2003 as a foodie mall; Sausalito's Cavallo Point, an Army post born again in 2008 as a luxury lodge (www.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 2011 | By Dennis McLellan, Los Angeles Times
He was the founder and chairman of the board of Calabasas-based ValleyCrest Landscape Cos., the nation's largest landscape services company, whose projects have included the gardens at the Getty Center and the rooftop community garden at Walt Disney Concert Hall. But Burton S. Sperber preferred being called the "head gardener. " Sperber, a Malibu resident whose lifelong love of magic rivaled his passion for horticulture, died Friday of complications from surgery at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, said company spokesman Dennis Kaiser.
TRAVEL
August 8, 1999
Regarding your article "Faulty Towers" (Weekend Escape, July 25), about the Venetian resort in Las Vegas, I couldn't agree more. After being enticed by the slick advertisements and a phone conversation assuring us that the hotel was complete, I opted for the Venetian over the Bellagio on Father's Day weekend. Although the beautiful room was ready upon our arrival, I found the hotel extremely disappointing, from the under-landscaped pool area to the close proximity to the Strip. The museum-like grand lobby area is pretty, yet completely void of seating or dramatic indoor greenery.
TRAVEL
April 14, 2002
It's too bad Tom Gorman went to the Bellagio Sunday brunch ("In Sin City, a Spot Worth Coveting," Weekend Escape, April 7). If he had stayed at the Palms and enjoyed Sunday brunch at the newly opened Garduno's restaurant in the hotel, he would have enjoyed the finest chile verde and sopaipillas west of New Mexico. We have driven to Albuquerque just for a "Garduno's fix," and now it is just a few hours away. JANA GUEST Ridgecrest
TRAVEL
December 5, 2010
Rooms opening Dec. 15: 2,000 Total rooms: 2,995 Towers: two Restaurants, lounges and bars: 18 Pools: three Casino size: 100,000 square feet Overall square footage: 6.6 million Property footprint: 8.7 acres (about the size of the lake at Bellagio) Cost to build: $3.9 billion
NEWS
June 25, 2013 | By Jay Jones
Don't let the word "pub" in the name Pub 1842 name fool you. At the culinary helm of the new MGM Grand eatery is Michael Mina, who's taking a step back from his usual fine dining. Mina, whose other Las Vegas outposts include American Fish at Aria and his namesake Michael Mina at Bellagio, has brought his creative culinary skills to his newest eatery with dishes diners are unlikely to find elsewhere. The place features a variety of burgers, but they're far from the traditional fare.
NEWS
June 5, 2012
Las Vegas is famous for its vibrant casinos, extravagant entertainment and fine dining. But it is also becoming known for something else: swimming pools. Sure, the party pool scene is hot, and there's nothing wrong with a private cabana stocked with Jaegermeister and a poolside dance party. But for some, it's less about the scene and more about the scenery. And after a night out, there's no better way to recover than luxuriating in the sun next to a crystalline pool. Whether it's a lush tropical oasis or a sleek modern infinity pool overlooking the Strip, the city is swimming in luxurious pools.
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