Like a pop star, Las Vegas is continually reinventing itself.Over the years, Sin City has morphed from being a haven for mobsters, cheesy lounge singers and Rat Pack rogues to a family friendly-ish playground of over-the-top, theme park-style hotels laced with a “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” mystique, to the world-class dining, boutique experience and entertainment epicenter it is today. And nothing embodies Las Vegas’ latest revamp more than Lady Gaga, whose dual Park MGM residencies reflect the city’s current personality traits: next-level extravagance and snazzy sophistication. Gaga’s “Enigma” and “Jazz & Piano” shows are running concurrently through November, and on alternating nights, she transforms from provocative dance-club queen into a polished chanteuse crooning the standards. That she spectacularly pulls this off (see: rave reviews) is all the more notable seeing that in 2019, she’s at peak career; these aren’t the last vestiges of a fading star. Similarly, Las Vegas’ reimagining as a vital cultural hotspot — which also happens to have gambling — has boosted its relevance. “In Las Vegas, more money is generated from non-gaming amenities than gambling,” Jim Klas, founder of KlasRobinson financial analysis firm, told an audience attending the recent National Indian Gaming Association… Read full this story
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