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Access Vegas Insider Vibe October 8, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – COVID numbers are generally trending in the right direction here in Nevada, and if all goes well, the mask mandate will fall in a few weeks. Most likely just for the vaccinated (on a voluntary level). I have to believe it will be quite some time (think months) before casinos go back to a “no mask” rule based on security concerns.

Having said that, enforcement is very lax. Both in the tourism areas and in the rest of Las Vegas. Even with the mandate, I’m getting used to seeing unmasked people when I’m out on errands and such. Granted, I can’t speak for every business nor every gaming property. So, keep your mask with you. And as previously noted, please carefully check the vaccine proof and/or mask requirements before you buy tickets to any kind of entertainment.

The Sale Of The Cosmo – I wanted to give a little time for the dust to settle on this one. Few saw the Cosmo sale to the MGM Resorts coming. Don’t get me wrong: It wasn’t so much a shock. However, strong rumors had everyone from Tribal Gaming concerns to the Golden Nugget owner and CNBC Billion Dollar Buyer Tillman Fertitta showing a strong interest.

So, who is this good for? MGM Resorts. Who is it bad for? Unfortunately, everyone else. Even if you are an MGM player.

This column, breaking down

– Is this going to be a good thing for rated MGM players? Or, maybe not?

– What about the generous drink comps?

– Will Cosmo’s curated food and beverage suffer?

– Will there be employee shake-up, and how will customer service change?

…and Much More, continues for our Members HERE.

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Newkirk’s Notes has been published by AccessVegas.com Founder Ted Newkirk continuously (in one form or another) since 1995.

Ted is a noted and quoted Las Vegas analyst, having been quoted and sourced multiple times in 2020 along in publications ranging from the Las Vegas Review-Journal (Nevada’s largest newspaper) to U.S. News and World Report.

Newkirk’s Notes go well beyond the basic news, rumors, and (often questionable) thoughts and proclamations floating around on the internet. Our Supporting (Paid) Members know not only what is happening, but why, and how they can benefit (or know what to avoid).

For example countless Members have had incredibly enjoyable and successful visits to Las Vegas during COVID simply because they were truly in the know, and not only knew what was happening, but what was on the horizon.

Saving them money, time and inconvenience.

At $34.80 for an entire year (only $2.90 per month), we distill down what you really need to know, so that your trip this spring, summer, or even later in the year turns out to be your best ever. And, we GUARANTEE it.

Especially in these unprecedented times, find out what it is like to ACTUALLY be in the KNOW this time around:

Members.AccessVegas.com


Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com


Las Vegas Shows

Wayne Newton Sets Limited Engagement at Flamingo Las Vegas

Mr. Las Vegas himself is coming back to the stage. Wayne Newton has set a limited engagement at Flamingo Las Vegas starting in October, according to Caesars Entertainment. The new show, called “Wayne: Up Close and Personal,” will perform through the fall and into December and New Year’s Day at the Wayne Newton Theater.

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Las Vegas Dining

Victory Burger Serves Up Bold Combinations At Las Vegas’ Circa Resort

As sports continue to take over the Vegas consciousness, now seems like the right time to revisit the very sporty Circa and check out the goods at a restaurant we missed when it opened last year. Victory Burger & Wings Co. is basically built around watching sports, an airy space with plenty of screens of its own, perched above the casino’s mega-sportsbook and connected to all the action.

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Las Vegas Tours & Attractions

Nevada’s Best Parks for Alpine Lakes, Desert Hoodoos, and Brilliant Stars

Nevada is home to some utterly stunning, world-famous national recreation areas (see Red Rock Canyon and Lake Mead), not to mention surrounded by scores of ultra-popular national parks in neighboring states, just a few hours’ drive away: Zion and Bryce Canyon in Utah. Joshua Tree and Death Valley in California. Grand Canyon in Arizona.

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Heritage Steak House…One of the Best in Vegas?Heritage Steak House…One of the Best in Vegas?

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Catching Up With … Wynn & Encore, plus Lunch at Cipriani

(Video Publishers Notes) Say hello to the “Best Hotel in Las Vegas”, as named by Travel & Leisure just this month! It’s been well over a year since Las Vegas Inside & Out did a stay at the Wynn, and in that year or more, the management has created a whole list of wonderful new experiences for their guests.

Come along with us as we rediscover the Wynn, Encore, and Wynn Plaza Shops – what’s new that you will want to make time for on your next visit! And then, we are going into the sumptuous Cipriani for a Sicilian lunch with impeccable service.

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Best Dayclubs In Las Vegas

(Video Publishers Notes) Here’s the Best Dayclubs in Las Vegas! Bring your swim suit and ID!

Pools aren’t just the only way to cool off in Vegas, we also have so many Dayclubs you can go to, you just have to be an adult of course. Imagine going to a nightclub, but during the day, and you get to wear a swimsuit plus get day drunk, sounds like a dream. You can come in to a dayclub by either buying tickets, getting on the guestlist, or buying bottle service.

I have included several of my most trusted club employees that can get you in. You can also see some of your favorite DJ’s at these clubs, so make sure you look through each website and event calendar to help you choose better the location. In this video I am taking you to Marquee at Cosmopolitan, Encore Beach Club or EBC at the Wynn/Encore, Wet Republic at MGM Grand, and Daylight at Mandalay Bay. Again, bring your ID!

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Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery at Main Street Station is back!

(Video Publishers Notes) Main Street Station is open and so is Triple 7 Restaurant and Microbrewery! The menu is different than it was pre-covid and they only have two of their home brews on tap. We were excited to get back and had a wonderful time, as always!

We hope that you enjoy this video! Please like and subscribe to our channel for more great videos about Las Vegas as we shoot for our television show and share our life on the Ninth Island with you!

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Las Vegas McCarran Airport – A Tour of the Airfield

(Video Producer’s Notes) Get an insider’s view of the runways, taxiways and other areas out on the airfield at one of the nation’s busiest airports.




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Access Vegas Insider Vibe September 22, 2021

Las Vegas Shows

Terry Fator’s Las Vegas Journey Continues At New Venue On The Strip

When Terry Fator took the stage of America’s Got Talent way back in 2007, no one could have predicted the trajectory his career would have taken. After all, it was just a man, a puppet and a trio of judges, one of whom obviously had no tolerance for ventriloquists. (We’re looking at you, David Hasselhoff!). Then Fator opened his mouth—er, rather, his puppet, Emma Taylor, opened her mouth, and out came the voice of Etta James singing “At Last.” Suddenly some of the judges resembled dummies themselves, mouths wide open in stunned disbelief.

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Las Vegas Dining

Buffets are Back! Here are 3 Luxury Dining Destinations in Las Vegas To Savor Now

Reopened and revamped, these magnificent Las Vegas spreads are ready to satisfy cravings. Experience the award-winning fare of Caesars Palace’s Bacchanal Buffet, which recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation thanks to its original designer Tetsuo Aoyagi.

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Las Vegas Tours & Attractions

Nevada’s ‘Star Train’ Allows You to Stargaze While Riding on a Locomotive

Want to enjoy stargazing while riding on a train? Tickets for the Nevada Northern Railway’s “Star Train” go on sale Wednesday for the 2022 season. According to a news release, “the ‘Great Basin Star Train’ is a unique tour of some of the darkest skies in the lower 48 states.”

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Las Vegas Sports

Five Things To Know About Las Vegas’ Now-Open-To-Fans Allegiant Stadium

It’s technically the Raiders’ second season in Las Vegas, but in a lot of ways, it feels like the first after last year’s coronavirus-altered proceedings. A relocation can’t feel final until fans are allowed into the stadium, right? Allegiant Stadium will thankfully be full for nine home games this year after sitting empty, aside from essential personnel, last season. Here’s what you need to know to maximize the experience.

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Las Vegas Real Estate

Las Vegas Estate with Horse Arena Lists for $1.895M

An award-winning dressage competitor, Linda Montgomery, has spent most of her life around horses. “I saw a mounted policeman at 3 years of age,” Linda Montgomery said. “And I was hooked.” Immersing herself in the art of riding dressage in her early twenties, Montgomery’s growing passion culminated into competing at state championships.

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Other Las Vegas News

Watching over Las Vegas – An inside look at the Southern Nevada Counterterrorism Center

The events of 9/11 stunned law enforcement across the country. The 9/11 Commission found if the CIA and FBI had acted more wisely and aggressively, the attacks could potentially have been prevented. To prevent against future attacks, the commission suggested law enforcement reassess the sharing of information and how different agencies work with one another.

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What We’re Watching!
Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy

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Hiking in Las Vegas – Where to Go?

(Video Producer’s Notes) Hiking in Las Vegas you’ll want to check out Mount Charleston. Mount Charleston is a year-round getaway for Las Vegas’s residents and visitors, with a number of hiking trails and a modest ski area. The mountain, which is snow-capped more than half the year, can be seen from parts of the Las Vegas Strip when looking toward the west. Mount Charleston has nearly 200 campsites and over 150 picnic areas, some of which are RV-accessible. The village of Mount Charleston, Nevada, lies at its base to the east. The state of Nevada issues licenses plates with the caption “Mt. Charleston” and an image of the peak in the background. Sales of the plate support the natural environment of the Mount Charleston area through grants administered by the Nevada Division of State Lands.

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Las Vegas: Hockey Town! The Team, the Town, the Arena

(Video Publishers Notes) Who would have ever guessed just a few years ago that Las Vegas, Nevada would go all in for ice hockey?
The NHL Vegas Golden Knights have wrapped the whole town in a frenzy, and we are going to take you along to the pregame extravaganza at The Park, right on Las Vegas Blvd – drumlines and cheerleaders and showgirls, oh my! Then we are going to go into The Fortress – the incredible T-Mobile Arena – for game night. You don’t want to miss this one!

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Main Street Station is open! Last casino to open in Downtown Las Vegas

(Video Publishers Notes) Main Street Station, a Boyd Gaming property in Downtown Las Vegas is finally open! Main Street Station is a sister property to The California Hotel and Casino and The Fremont on the world famous Fremont Street Experience.

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The Coolest and Weirdest Place in Las Vegas – AREA 15

(Video Publishers Notes) Here’s the Coolest, most Weirdest place in all of Las Vegas! It’s out of this world….

Area 15 celebrates their 1 year anniversary this September, and they sure have come a long way since day one. I still remember the first time I walked in there, it was pretty empty and most of their experiences weren’t even open.

Today, they have a line out the door and what feels like a infinite amount of experiences throughout Area 15. There’s lots to do, from shopping, coffee, ice cream, restaurants, bars, lounges, festivals, virtual reality, and some really awesome experiences.

So today I am here to help and explain every corner of Area 15. We’re going to see Brainstorm, Particle Quest, Birdly, Oz Experience, Dueling Axes, The Sanctuary, Rocket Fizz, The Portal, Haley’s Comet, Five Iron Golf, Wink World, Museum Fiasco, Emporium, Virtualis, Omega Mart, and more.

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What Casinos Don’t Want You To Know About 6-5 Blackjack

(Video Producer’s Notes) What is 6:5 Blackjack? Should you play it? In this video, Colin breaks down the numbers and gets into what 6:5 Blackjack means for players, as well as card counters.





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Access Vegas Insider Vibe September 7, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – Fortunately, it appears that while COVID is certainly an issue here (like in many other places), I see no indication that more restrictive changes are on the horizon. Granted, we’re talking about a situation that was originally “two weeks to flatten the curve”. So, results may vary.

As promised, we’re doing a report this issue on reasons you may wish to consider staying on the North Strip. We’ll be covering thoughts about Resorts World, The Sahara, and Stratosphere (aka The Strat).  Except for the steakhouse, Circus Circus won’t be referenced. It is run down and often over-run with kids. If it works for you, great. However, that isn’t part of this discussion.

What Is North Strip? – Generally, anything north of Sands/Spring Mountain Road. IE, Wynn Las Vegas and to The Strat. However, despite the fact that the walk from the car valet at Encore to the front door of Resorts World is 10 minutes (if that), we’re going to focus the three major resorts north of that location.

This column, breaking down

– What are the North Strip properties really like? Pros and cons?

– Is the location as bad as you’ve been told? The little factor many forget.

– Three North Strip steakhouses which are worth the trek.

– Staying North Strip? A long list of great locals priced restaurants you can walk to.

– The best way to get cheap football tickets for Allegiant Stadium that nobody is telling you about.

…and Much More, continues for our Members HERE.

Not a member? Find out more at Members.AccessVegas.com


Newkirk’s Notes has been published by AccessVegas.com Founder Ted Newkirk continuously (in one form or another) since 1995 .

Ted is a noted and quoted Las Vegas analyst, having been quoted and sourced multiple times in 2020 along in publications ranging from the Las Vegas Review-Journal (Nevada’s largest newspaper) to U.S. News and World Report.

Newkirk’s Notes go well beyond the basic news, rumors, and (often questionable) thoughts and proclamations floating around on the internet. Our Supporting (Paid) Members know not only what is happening, but why, and how they can benefit (or know what to avoid).

For example countless Members have had incredibly enjoyable and successful visits to Las Vegas during COVID simply because they were truly in the know, and not only knew what was happening, but what was on the horizon.

Saving them money, time and inconvenience.

At $34.80 for an entire year (only $2.90 per month), we distill down what you really need to know, so that your trip this spring, summer, or even later in the year turns out to be your best ever. And, we GUARANTEE it.

Especially in these unprecedented times, find out what it is like to ACTUALLY be in the KNOW this time around:

Members.AccessVegas.com


Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com


Las Vegas Shows

KISS to perform final Las Vegas residency starting December 2021

One of rock’s most influential bands KISS is scheduled to return to the Las Vegas stage at the end of 2021. The iconic band announced its exclusive Las Vegas engagement at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood hotel-casino will kick off New Year’s Eve week with performances starting on Dec. 29.

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Las Vegas Dining

Overlook Lounge Opens at Wynn, Q&A With Resort Mixologist

Wynn Las Vegas recently opened Overlook Lounge, a major redesign and rebrand of the former Parasol Up lounge. The official name of the new bar is Overlook Lounge, Spirits and Aperitifs, but our shorthand for it is “glorious.”

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Vegas Golden Knights full schedule announced; opening Oct. 12 vs. Kraken at T-Mobile

The Vegas Golden Knights full schedule, with times has been announced. In their fifth season as a franchise, the Knights open against the NHL’s newest franchise, the Seattle Kraken Tuesday October 12 at 7:00 p.m. in T-Mobile Arena.

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Members Mania

Note From Ted:

Members Mania is a regular feature for our Supporting (Paid) Members. Membership includes our “Your Guy In Vegas” feature, where you can reach out to myself and our paid staff of experts with your specific Vegas questions. We don’t have “canned” answers. We’ll ask you for some details pertaining you your wants and needs. Then, answer accordingly.

 

Will be in LV last week of Sept and I am wondering how the Lyft / Uber (rideshare) situation is. Is it easy to get one now? From the airport?

Elizabeth Oberlin via the AccessVegas.com Las Vegas Insider Vibe Membership Facebook Group

 

Paid (Supporting) Members, please login to your Membership Area to read the answer!

For our Members, we go into:

– How which service, and even a couple of specific factors can give you quotes which are lower.

– Advice on when a taxi may be a better choice.

– What other options are available, and what you need to specifically know to use them like a pro.

Whether it has been accurate information on exactly what is happening in Las Vegas, accurately letting our Members know what to expect as Las Vegas reopened, specific information they NEED to know for their next visit which we answer via our Your Guy In Vegas Membership benefit, or more…

Investing less than $3 per month (paid yearly) with our Access Vegas Insider Vibe Membership Program is the ultimate way to hedge the thousands you spend on your Las Vegas vacation.

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Las Vegas Gambling

$109K table game jackpot hits at Strip casino

A birthday celebration turned out bigger for a pair of California visitors. Alex Martinez of Eastvale, California, hit a royal flush on Three Card Poker to win a $109,603 jackpot Friday at Paris Las Vegas, according to a Caesars Entertainment spokesperson.

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Other Las Vegas News

9 Best Things to Do in Las Vegas Besides Gamble

Las Vegas is definitely a place for those with luck on their side and money in their pockets, but what about those times when you move away from the casinos? There’s a plethora of things to do in Vegas other than hit the slots and tables, whether you’re looking for adventure, need a little rest and relaxation or need to commune with nature. After all, Sin City is also called the Entertainment Capital of the World!

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* NAB to require proof of vaccination for Vegas conference attendees

* TSA extends into January mask rule for airline passengers

* In Nevada, Fake COVID-19 vaccination cards could land you a fine or up to 5 years in prison

* Coming Attractions – Plan Your Return Visit To Las Vegas

* Sotheby’s and MGM Resorts to Auction Off Picasso Works in Las Vegas

* FAA Fines against unruly Las Vegas-related passengers total $112K

* McCarran Airport security dog Alona voted TSA’s cutest canine

* Clark County gets ready to celebrate 5 million wedding licenses

* Pot lounges move closer to opening with funding from Nevada lawmakers

* EDC Las Vegas attendees must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test result

* Explore Downtown Las Vegas

* Why Your Next Trip Might Be More Expensive Than Your Last

* Resorts World Las Vegas introduces 3 robotic puppies to welcome guests to property

* 9 Best Things To Do In And Around Las Vegas


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Delano Staycation – A Premier Experience 35 Floors Up, and Dinner at the Fabulous Golden Steer

(Producer’s Notes) Join us on a unique adventure on the Las Vegas Strip over a sizzling hot Labor Day Weekend – a two-night stay at the Delano All-Suites Hotel, a sweet comp thanks to a lovely couple from California. We scored a Stay Well Premier suite on the 35th floor with a breathtaking Strip view, and you will see it all! Room tour, hotel tour, the Delano Beach Club…dinner at the incomparable Hussong’s Cantina in Mandalay Place, a second dinner at Lupo by Wolfgang Puck in the Mandalay Bay restaurant row, and…

A THIRD dinner, later in the week, at the historic and iconic Golden Steer Steakhouse up the road. This too was made possible by a generous gift card from fans of our channel, from Colorado. We got the deluxe history tour of the place from our host: the Rat Pack, fighters, mobsters, secret doors…and oh yeah, fabulous USDA Prime steak.

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How much does it cost to live in Las Vegas?

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What NOT to do on a Guy’s Trip

(Publishers Notes) Heading out for a “guys’ trip” with your mates? It doesn’t matter the gender of your friends or the length of time you have known them, there are friends only trips we take without our significant other that can be incredible, or incredibly awkward.

Whether it is heading out with your old college buddies, your friends from high school or the neighborhood crew, there are a few things you should think about before you head away for a weekend away. No, you probably will not relive the Hangover movies, but you can still have a fun time. Here are some things you should never do on a guys trip or any trip when you travel with friends.

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I Tried the Spiciest Pizza at the Linq Las Vegas

(Publishers Notes) At Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza at the Linq Promenade in Las Vegas, the calabrese pizza may be hot, but the spaghetti sandwich is too cool.

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Oatman Arizona Route 66

(Publishers Notes) Today I explore a living Ghost Town in Oatman, Arizona. An old mining town on Historical Route 66 Oatman is an awesome place to explore, eat and feel wild burros.




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Access Vegas Insider Vibe August 24, 2021

Las Vegas Shows

Curtain Set To Reopen on Rio’s ‘Wow The Vegas Spectacular’

After taking a brief break during the pandemic shut down, “Wow- The Vegas Spectacular” returns to the stage at the Rio All-suite Hotel & Casino on Tuesday, Aug. 10. “WOW” has performed over 1,200 performances since its debut at the resort in 2017.

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Las Vegas Dining

Las Vegas Buffets Are Back, Baby – The reopening of The Buffet at Bellagio is a bellwether of better times ahead for Sin City

Many cities are identified with an iconic food. Philadelphia has its cheesesteaks, New York has pizza, New Orleans has po-boys, Baltimore has crab cakes. Las Vegas has all of them, because Vegas means a buffet. “I think it’s about having a sense of indulgence and having everything. All of the choices are there for you but you don’t really have to make a decision,” says Wes Holton, executive chef at Bellagio Las Vegas, “I think that kind of sums up Vegas and what people expect when they come to Vegas.”

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Las Vegas Tours and Attractions

Things to do near Las Vegas, the Ten Best Day Trips from Las Vegas

On the wonderful journey to fulfill the promptings of destiny, some places in this world are legendary. There’s a heightened sensitivity to the promises of life, more riotous excursion with the privileged glimpse into human-made attractions. The city of entertainment, Las Vegas, is well known as the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World.’

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Las Vegas Gambling

Visitor hits $1M jackpot on Las Vegas Strip on Friday the 13th

A visitor from Texas had some good luck on Friday the 13th when she hit a massive jackpot on the Las Vegas Strip. According to a news release, Nora Davila from Pharr, Texas, turned a $2 bet into $1,021,166 while playing IGT’s Wheel of Fortune Double 3X4X5X Pay game at the Venetian.

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Las Vegas Sports

Art at Allegiant Stadium tells story of Las Vegas, Raiders

Elvis is there, of course. So are Rat Pack poster boy Frank Sinatra, film goddess Marilyn Monroe and a bemused alien from Area 51, because no self-respecting collection of Vegascentric art could exclude icons like those. But it’s the context of the figures — Elvis wearing a Las Vegas Raiders jersey, Ol’ Blue Eyes dressed like a retro NFL coach in a Raiders cap, Marilyn falling out of a Raiderette uniform, and Alien Guy going all-in for the Raiders — that signal the collection’s purpose as a celebration, even a meshing, of Las Vegas history and Raiders tradition.

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Las Vegas Real Estate

Shaquille O’Neal Buys Las Vegas Estate for $2M

Basketball Hall of Famer and TNT NBA analyst Shaquille O’Neal, who has business ties in Las Vegas, has sold the home he bought in Southern Highlands pre-pandemic and turned around and paid nearly $2 million for a private 1-acre compound near Wayne Newton’s former estate in the southeast valley, according to the listing agent’s social media post.

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Other Las Vegas News

Main Street Station in Downtown Las Vegas to Reopen in September

Main Street Station, one of the last few casinos in the Las Vegas area to remain closed since March last year, will reopen next month. Boyd Gaming announced the downtown Las Vegas casino will reopen at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 8. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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What We’re Watching!
Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy

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What Casinos Don’t Want You To Know About 6-5 Blackjack

(Producers Notes) What is 6:5 Blackjack? Should you play it? In this video, Colin breaks down the numbers and gets into what 6:5 Blackjack means for players, as well as card counters.

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South Point Casino & Buffet!

(Producers Notes) Walk with us and explore The South Point Casino & Buffet.

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Ghost Towns Off Of Route 66 – Chloride Arizona Is One Hour From Vegas

(Producers Notes) Today I decided to take a small day trip and cruise the historic Route 66. Just off the Route is the small town of Chloride Arizona and an old ghost town by the name of Cyanide Springs. A town full of history and a photographers gold mine.

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How to Get Around Las Vegas without a car. Is renting a car WORTH it?

(Producers Notes) Coming to Vegas without a car, no problem!

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The BEST Cheap Eats in Las Vegas Under $10!

(Producers Notes) In this video I go to all of my favorite cheap eats spots in Las Vegas for 2021. All of these places are located on the Las Vegas strip. Follow along as I give you all my best cheap food recommendations!




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