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Access Vegas Insider Vibe January 19, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – Wow, wow, wow, lots to talk about. Unfortunately, not a lot of good news. Every time we were ready to send this out, something else happened. This issue was going to be an upbeat New Years Eve recap along with an extended article on the best day (or 2-3 day) trips from Las Vegas now that our 4 weeks of winter is done!

If you are willing to rent a car, you can see “bucket list” sights during the day, a great round of golf (if that’s your thing), and spend your evenings enjoying some decent casino gambling. Without getting seared in the desert sun. So, that is next issue!

The Governor — once again lying about the facts and stats – has extended our “pause” until Mid-February. Which actually means that this will continue to be the best time (possibly EVER) to visit Las Vegas. We’ll go into it! (One must make lemonade out of lemons).

Venetian/Palazzo owner Sheldon Adelson has passed away after a lengthy cancer fight at the age of 87. He was already in the process of working to sell the hotel/casino/convention complex. What will that mean to you? And, to add insult to injury, Siegfried passed away.

With the current news about social media permeating just about every news outlet (including local news), I’ll be making a statement about our social use, both current and planned as the landscape and audiences are seeing a seismic shift.

If you don’t do social, you can skip that part. The core of what we do is right here. What you are reading. However, if you do, you’ll want to stay tuned.

Pause Through Mid-February – The 25% capacity limits will continue through mid-February. Which essentially means virtually no shows at least until then. While he made this announcement based on hospital capacity, I was online looking at the hospitalization stats. Which have continued to drop since the peak of the second spike. A brief recent news splash here highlighted that five local hospital ICU’s were at or just above capacity. Evidently briefly. 

However, University Medical Center continued to emphasize that they have no capacity issues, nor project to have any. More interesting is that two days later, the Governor — when asked — noted that he had not received a hospital briefing since mid-December.

So, off to the website of the Southern Nevada Health Authority to see the latest on hospital capacity. Here’s their data:

Notes: Hospitals were not built to run at low capacity. Capacity is the current range is normal, not abnormal.

Here’s the bottom line: The main problem continues to be private gatherings, where fewer precautions are taken. All you have to do is look at the liquor aisle at my local CVS to see that their stock has been running much lower than usual lately. With some more modest-priced brands either low or sold out, as bar capacity is not only limited, but reservations are required to attend your local bar and grill.

What the problem isn’t? Our tourist areas, where cleanliness, masking, and distancing is mandated as much as is legal and practical. I’ve repeatedly noted that the Department of Health and Human Services records show we’re sending an extremely microscopic number of visitors home sick. And, that is assuming that they caught it here.

If you’d like to visit and really experience a lack of crowds (which makes social distancing often the norm), come mid-week over the next few weeks. Without the usual winter conventions packing the town and driving up room rates, mid-weeks are almost like having Las Vegas all to yourself!

As always, don’t travel, visit, or even leave your home if you feel that you have any risk factors, need to care for those with risk factors, and the like. However, Las Vegas continues to be demonstrably safer than your local grocery store.

As noted, this is also an excellent time to do a different kind of trip, and knock off the bucket list State/National Park and other scenic wonders. We truly have a concentration of them within a very reasonable drive of Las Vegas. A collection not only unique to the topography and scenery most of you are used to, but “one stop shopping” that you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. More on that next issue!

R.I.P Uncle Sheldon – We lost Sheldon Adelson to cancer. He had unfortunately been in declining health, putting Venetian/Palazzo up for sale a few weeks ago, and stepping down from control of his company for medical leave very recently.

While I still lament the loss of many Las Vegas Strip hotels, his replacement of The Sands with Venetian was a dramatic step up for Las Vegas.

The Sands was a small property, and had been relegated to $1 blackjack and 2 for a Dollar Budweisers during slow times. Which was great for me back then as a low roller, but not so good for a property attached to a giant convention center. Adelson was part of a group which started the massive and long-running computer trade show COMDEX (Computer Dealers’ Exhibition) which had quite the run until shows like the Consumer Electronics Show and the marriage of tech and daily living overshadowed it.

I was arguably the last civilian to ever set foot in the famed Copa Room. Best known for hosting the infamous Rat Pack, the list of entertainers it hosted is a “who’s who” of the most prominent performers in the second half of the 1900’s. I was the only one in there, perhaps 20 minutes before the property closed. What did they care? They were getting ready to blow up the joint (literally)!

I don’t claim that I felt any ghosts. However, the room had its own aura. You could almost feel the stories it held. To walk down and touch the stage which so many legends had set foot on was an experience which will stay with me forever. And, unlike modern day hotel closings, they didn’t kick the few remaining patrons out at closing! Two bars were open (cash… not free), and as employees clocked off work, they got drinks and reminisced for the last time. Quite the experience!

Here’s an overview of Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas run:

So Long Siegfried – What can be said about Siegfried Fischbacher, which hasn’t been. He and Roy, his onstage and life partner, absolutely ruled the Las Vegas show scene from the opening of The Mirage until the tragic tiger incident which left Roy unable to continue performing. Enjoy some highlights of their spectacular show, followed by an interview with them and their tigers, Circa 1995:

Social Media Statement – It is hard to ignore the social media upheaval of the past week. And, normally, I wouldn’t make any kind of statements. However, we live in a world where the smallest decisions, even when not politically motivated, are scrutinized.

For those not up to speed, “Big Tech” and Trump supporters have been involved in quite the game of chess. A product of a long-standing feud. (Go look at news regarding Section 230 from the past few months if you wish to explore that more). This has created an unprecedented shift regarding what various social media platforms people are using. It took years for Facebook to usurp Myspace as the prominent social platform. This latest abrupt shift has taken just days.

In short, Trump supporters bolted en masse to a toward platforms like Gab (similar to Twitter), MeWe.com (similar to Facebook),  Rumble (similar to YouTube) and Parler until they lost their web hosting. (They claim to be back soon). All platforms who have suggested that they have strong commitments to free speech regardless of someone’s political party or political ideology.

Where does that leave us?

– We have no intention of changing our current social use or postings. We have a Twitter account and Facebook account that are open to the public. With rare exception, we simply post the news links that we post here in the newsletter. Giving people a small taste of what we do.

For our Facebook AccessVegas.com Las Vegas Insider Vibe Membership Group, we go the extra mile. This is an added Membership benefit for those who enjoy Facebook. We post thoughts, answer questions, and interact with our Supporting (Paid) Members. Those not using Facebook are always welcome to use the Your Guy In Vegas question form in our Members Area, and we’re there to help. That is a Member Benefit.

Explore ALL of our extended Members Benefits. The level of help and benefit our members see is so vast and deep, that we regularly have members email and ask when their subscription is up. Because they want to cancel? NO! Because they note that they absolutely don’t want to miss an issue!!!

I’m always exploring and staying on top of the social media landscape. During this past year, I have been going through old hard drives and such, and organizing tens of thousands of Las Vegas photos — mostly taken by myself — from the past two-plus decades. (I won’t win any awards, but I’ve been a student of photography and do a pretty good job, if I say so myself).

This has me looking at the best way to get some of the better ones out there, thus also helping raise awareness of what we do. Hence, Pinterest and Instagram are under consideration.

I was already aware of Parler, MeWe, and Rumble, and had already been looking at whether those are platforms we’ll be expanding to. Much goes into play. Do they have active users? (It seems like they are certainly starting to). How easy is it to post to, and more importantly, can we plan our posts? A little secret that many are not aware of, is that many companies (including ours) who post regularly to social, schedule the posts.

I sit down for a few hours 3-4 times a week and comb the internet for Las Vegas news. If we posted a large number of links in a short time, it would swamp our feeds, and reduce the amount of people seeing each story in their feeds. So, we use the services of a company which lets us schedule them in advance. A company that currently does not support these new platforms. Note: companies which sell access to this kind of software have made it clear they are exploring servicing the upstart social companies.

Bottom Line: What we decide to do on social media, and which platforms we do (or don’t) participate on are not remotely political decisions. We’ll go where it makes sense, where there is an audience, and where we can interact in a manner which is consistent with the work flow needs of my small but loyal staff. For example, local Las Vegas Channel 13 is by no means right-leaning, but they have been on Rumble for a while now. In addition to maintaining their YouTube account.

I’m going to wait for the dust to settle. However, this really hits home why I’ve chosen to keep our email list at the heart of how we reach people. As opposed to building a large following via an app or on Facebook, only to see it be taken away if I say “booger“. I’ve been an outspoken critic of our governors poor handling and poor communication regarding restrictions and shut-down. And, I have a pile of evidence (stats and graphs) to back it up.

Which would not stop a social company from banning what I do if they felt that they, as judge and jury, decided that what I was saying was “dangerous” and somehow interpreted as helping to spread COVID! Donald Trump can take care of himself. If he is banned into oblivion, he simply goes back to a billionaire’s lifestyle. Me? I’m not quite in those shoes (to say the least), and I don’t want my passion for helping people be the most informed about Las Vegas as possible, taken away from me.

Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com



Las Vegas Shows

Residency Rebound: Donny Osmond And Usher Look To Lead Las Vegas Entertainment Into 2021

I don’t know about you, but I’ve become too familiar with those muddy, complicated feelings associated with working during this pandemic. There’s preposterous juxtaposition at play. I’m super grateful to remain employed and be able to work safely, but also, I don’t want to do it. It seems uninteresting and insignificant. And when I buckle down and muster the motivation, doing the actual work feels dismal and dreary.

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Las Vegas Dining

Sadelle’s Brings Famous Bagels To Las Vegas

Although it’s a New York City import, Sadelle’s has become a very Vegas brunch spot. Plus, the inside is Tiffany blue, so it might be the closest you’ll ever get to actually eating breakfast at Tiffany’s.

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Las Vegas Hotels

Downtown’s Circa Reveals Stunning Views of Las Vegas at Legacy Club

Downtown’s new Circa continues to reveal its new outlets with Legacy Club, the swanky lounge at the top of its 458-foot tower opening on December 28. The lounge features stunning views of Las Vegas along with fire pits to keep customers warm on the outdoor terrace.

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Red Rock Canyon Day: Scenic Serenity West of Sin City

The Las Vegas area is known for its human-built environment — the glitz and glamour of the Las Vegas Strip and other building behemoths like the World Market Center closer to its revitalized downtown area. Many visitors don’t think about visiting natural scenery during a trip to Las Vegas. The mountains east of Las Vegas look like giant dirt clods. They’re not very aesthetically pleasing. To the west, however, is a different story. Mount Charleston rises on the northwest horizon and southeast of it is a gem that many think is National Park-worthy: Red Rock Canyon.

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Las Vegas Sports

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Other Las Vegas News


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Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy

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Come to the Las Vegas Lion Habitat Ranch

(Producers Notes) The Lion Habitat Ranch is the number one Henderson tourist attraction on Trip Advisor and a don’t miss stop; educational and fun for residents and visitors.

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Circa Resort and Casino Walk Through – Full Tour

(Producers Notes) We were in Vegas to shoot a couple of episodes at the all new Circa Resort and Casino; the first Casino Resort to to be built in Downtown Fremont Street in over 40 years! We were very impressed and think that you will be too!

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Downtown Fremont Street? Day or Night

(Producers Notes) Downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street, Old Vegas… Whatever you choose to call it, most every one will tell you to only go at night, but the truth is, there is so much you can do in Downtown Las Vegas at any hour of the day. Fremont Street itself is always entertaining and just walking through all the hotels in the Fremont Street Experience is fun enough.

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Las Vegas Poker Palace Prime Rib

(Producers Notes) I decided to try the Poker Palace Prime Rib for the princely price of $7.98.

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Vegas Resorts World – First Tour

(Producers Notes) This $4.3 BILLION build has changed the Las Vegas Skyline forever and I got one of the first tours of this incredible new build that will be opening it’s doors just in time for the much needed SUMMER 2021!!! Come take a tour with me as I’m granted access to exclusive spaces that no one has seen!

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Trying the Most EXPENSIVE Burger at Gordon Ramsay Burger Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) Watch me try the most expensive burger at Gordon Ramsay Burger at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, the Truffle Burger. I also try the Forest Burger and Kettle Chip Nachos.





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Access Vegas Insider Vibe December 26, 2020

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Remember, all times Pacific!

KNTV (ABC) Channel 13 Las Vegas:

Special coverage at starting at 11 p.m. with crews live on the Strip and at The Plaza downtown Fremont Street.

At 11:35 p.m. they will play their "Betting on '21" special looking back at past New Year's Eve celebrations in Las Vegas. They will also be taking a quick look back at 2020 and counting down to the 2021 fireworks live at the Plaza in downtown Las Vegas.

Their countdown is extra special this year. Featuring the heroes of 2020 including frontline medical workers, military, first responders, teachers, etc.

Viewers can watch live on KTNV.com and our 13 Action News Streaming App, available on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV or your favorite streaming device.

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Nexstar Television, owners of major TV stations in a zillion U.S. cities, are still doing their New Years Eve special live from Las Vegas.

Shown here locally on KLAS (our CBS affiliate), you can also turn on your very own TV and enjoy it if you live in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Sacramento, Portland, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Albuquerque, Fresno, Honolulu, Colorado Springs, Bakersfield, and Grand Junction.

You can find the channel number in your city here, and keep in mind that the show starts at 9 PM.

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Access Vegas Insider Vibe December 15, 2020

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – The current restrictions dictating occupancy at no more than 25% (of just about anything), no gatherings of more than 50 people, and the dictate that you make reservations before you eat at a restaurant, will continue through January 15, 2020.

Hint: If you’ve read through our 12 Exclusive Special Reports in the members area, you’ll remember that one of them (how to bust the restaurant lines) talks about what you need to know to get the edge on others and get that reservation you want. Without spending an extra dime.

Restaurants are reporting that most reservations are being made within an hour of arrival. However, if your heart is set on a certain place, earlier is better.

Having said that, Las Vegas is so slow that the restriction otherwise isn’t changing much. Oh, except shows. Don’t expect to see any shows.

Might Be A Great Time To… – I suggested this back when this entire mess started, and it still has merit. Especially since it is winter here and while usually mild and sunny, outdoor activities won’t make you melt.

This is a great time to rent that car for a day and go see all the stuff you’ve only heard about. Red Rock Canyon (make a reservation), Valley Of Fire State Park, Hoover Dam, and similar.

For those of you who don’t want to spend more than a few hours away from your drinking and gambling, we always suggest taking a Maverick Helicopter Tour to see the Grand Canyon. Here’s the deal:

– Many Maverick tours will have you door-to-door, from the time you leave your hotel until the time you return, with complimentary transportation, in under 5 hours. This includes seeing Hoover Dam, landing in the bottom of the Grand Canyon (selected tours), West Rim Skywalk (selected tours), and a complete arial tour of Fremont Street downtown and The Strip upon your return.

Pro Tip: Book the tour that guarantees you arrive back in Las Vegas at Sunset.

– You do NOT have to go back to McCarran nor go through TSA! Many tours depart out of Maverick’s upscale, comfortable private terminal just a couple blocks south of the Las Vegas sign. Right on The Strip; Others depart from their private terminal at Henderson Executive Airport, just down by The M.

– Maverick is the only air tour company that I’d fly or put my family on. Their safety and maintenance protocols are over-the-top (and well beyond requirements). Their flight record of over more than two decades is the proof in the pudding.

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Las Vegas Dining

Guy Fieri Helps Raise More Than $21M For Unemployed Restaurant Workers

Guy Fieri has raised more than $21 million for unemployed restaurant workers through the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. The UNLV alum has also produced a documentary called the “Restaurant Hustle 2020: All on the Line,” which spotlights challenges the industry faces.

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Las Vegas Hotels

Plaza Hotel Announces Greyhound Station Redevelopment

The Plaza Hotel & Casino has announced plans to continue to transform its corridor of Main Street by redeveloping the building that currently houses the Greyhound bus terminal into a new destination that enhances the offerings and ambiance of Main Street. According to Plaza Hotel & Casino CEO Jonathan Jossel, the Plaza will also partner with the City of Las Vegas to build a pedestrian-friendly pathway that leads to a new elevated bridge connecting the hotel-casino on Main Street to Symphony Park.

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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

Headed to Red Rock’s Scenic Drive? Don’t Forget a Reservation

A visit to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area now requires a timed entry reservation for the park’s popular Scenic Drive. The new program, which started Nov. 3, addresses capacity issues and long wait times from fall to spring, the Bureau of Land Management announced in September. The new system requires entry reservations for people visiting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. now through May 31, according to a news release. Reservations are available online at Recreation.gov, along with entry passes, and visitors with annual passes can enter the pass number at checkout.

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Las Vegas Gambling

Kentucky Man Hits Mega Jackpot at Paris Las Vegas

On Tuesday, Dec. 8, a lucky visitor hit the mega jackpot on Blazing 7’s for $137,505 at Paris Las Vegas.
Rafael Valentin paid for his vacation and then some when he scored the big win. Grinning from ear to ear under his protective face mask, the man from Louisville, Kentucky, said he plans to pay off some bills and put the rest of his winnings toward a down payment on a new home.

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Las Vegas News

‘Las Vegas New Year’s Countdown to 2021’ Show Will Bring All the Excitement Directly to You

This year, maybe more than ever, viewers will be saying so long to 2020 from the comfort and safety of their homes and they will be able to do it with some Las Vegas style entertainment while helping the local community. KLAS-TV, Channel 8 and 8NewsNow.com will host a 3.5 hour special, “Las Vegas New Year’s Eve Countdown to 2021,” which will be broadcast across 13 West Coast TV markets, showcasing Las Vegas entertainment acts, celebrity greetings, celebrations as the clock strikes midnight on the East Coast, Midwest, Rocky Mountains and West Coast. The show will start at 8:58 p.m. and go until 12:35 a.m.

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

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Las Vegas Reopening – Maverick Helicopters Back in Action

(Producers Notes) Las Vegas is back and so is Maverick Helicopters! Check out one of the most fun and thrilling things to do in Las Vegas. Per our most recent safety video regarding the newest additions to our standard procedures, we would like to invite you in taking a look at a Vegas Nights flight experience.

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A Video Tour of CIRCA

(Producers Notes) Despite coronavirus, a new “adults only” casino, Circa, opened in Las Vegas. Circa features the largest sports book in town and the longest bar. It may also be the loudest which may or may not be to your liking. In this video, we turned the blaring music way down…..and looked around.

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Las Vegas McCarran Airport Tour Nov 2020 – What It’s Like Flying in Vegas Right Now!

(Producers Notes) #Vegas #McCarran International #Airport is one of the busiest airports in the country during normal times. It serves its purpose bringing people to/from the largest tourist destination in the United States and in my opinion is one of the easiest and nicest domestic airports.

McCarran is also my home airport and one I spend A LOT of time in. During normal times I am in an airplane very very often and thus I have grown to love my home airport including its lounges, quirks and ease of getting in and out of. In this Las Vegas airport tour you’ll not only see what it is like right now plus what it is like to fly, but I’ll also show you around to some of the cooler areas including the brand new Resorts World model, smoking areas and the international flex gates which recently opened. There was a ton going on at McCarran International Airport for my Sunday morning flight so I think you’ll enjoy it.

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Exploring the Luxurious Caesars Palace Las Vegas (Pre-COVID)

(Producers Notes) Walk with us and explore The Luxury Caesars Hotel and Casino located in Las Vegas.

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I Ordered a TOWER of Churros at the Venetian Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) Chica at the Venetian Las Vegas is a must-try restaurant for unique South American flavors on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Winter in Vegas – Best Things to do in Las Vegas for Winter

(Producers Notes) Here’s some of the Best Things to Do in Las Vegas for Winter. The Holidays are here and it gets pretty lit out here. Get it?…. Lit!





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Access Vegas Insider Vibe November 30, 2020

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – We’re maybe halfway though the “pause” which has increased restrictions and reduced occupancy allowances. Honestly, it is affecting locals the most. COVID-19 uncertainly sent the National Finals Rodeo to Dallas this year. For the uninitiated, that is the huge rodeo event which fills up Las Vegas during the slowest couple of weeks prior to Christmas.

No rodeo = very light visitation. Which means the current restrictions are having minimal impact. Except for shows. However, traditionally, shows went dark or on significantly reduced schedules during that time.

Just a reminder that our Cyber Monday Coupon Code CYBER2021 is still valid for a full year of our Members version of what we do here.

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Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com



Las Vegas Shows

Magician Mat Franco Will Reopen Show at The LINQ in December

After a nine-month hiatus, Las Vegas Strip entertainer, Mat Franco announced his show will reopen at The LINQ on Dec. 17. According to a news release, Franco says he has spent the last eight months working on his craft and developing new production elements, some of which will appear in his Las Vegas show upon reopening.

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Las Vegas Dining

Guy Savoy’s Brioche Now Open at Paris Las Vegas

Brioche by Guy Savoy, the third Las Vegas establishment of world-renowned Michelin-starred French chef Guy Savoy, is now open at Paris Las Vegas.

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Resorts World Drops New Renderings of Pool, Nightclub and Restaurants

Resorts World continues to titillate with sweet renderings of the Las Vegas casino resort opening in summer 2021. This time, we get a glimpse of the $4.3 billion resort’s dayclub, Ayu.

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Aria Resort & Casino on the Strip Debuts Life-Size ‘Sugar Palace’ for the Holidays

Aria Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip is once again celebrating the holidays with a life-size candy house. Last year it was a gingerbread house, this year it is made of sugar. The “Winter Wonderland” display will be available for viewing through January 5.

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Underground People Mover Ready to Expand to Downtown Las Vegas

Tesla owner Elon Musk wants to expand his futurist underground people mover project from the Las Vegas Convention Center to downtown.

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Hello Mayor With Special Guest Circa/The D/Golden Gate Owner Derek Stevens

(Producers Notes) Mayor Goodman is joined by downtown Las Vegas casino owner Derek Stevens to chat his vision to transform downtown. Plus a look inside Circa and talks with architect Paul Steelman about the hotel and future projects coming to Las Vegas.

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Sunday Brunch At Wicked Spoon – Only Buffet Left In Las Vegas?

(Producers Notes) We had the Sunday brunch a few weeks ago at the Cosmpolitan Wicked Spoon Buffet. This is the last known buffet on the Vegas strip. You can also watch more about our experience here on our livestream replay (check out our previous videos).

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The M Resort & Casino 2020

(Producers Notes) It finally opened! The M Resort & Casino has reopened it seems a bit slow for a Monday night. Come watch and check it out.

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Best Places To Watch Sports In Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) I’m taking you to 5 of my favorite places to watch sports, and you know it’s going to have so many TV’s. Most of them will have great game day specials, except maybe for one, but what can I say, it’s the strip. I’ll also be mentioning their happy hours just in case if your game happens to fall during those hours. These places have fantastic food and drinks, and what’s game viewing without some crazy atmosphere.

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Four Queens Hotel and Casino Room Tour and Experience – Las Vegas

(Producers Notes) We stayed one night at the Four Queens and share our experience. Enjoy!

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Venetian Las Vegas $50 Pizza Lunch!

(Producers Notes) Let’s try the pizza and pasta at Sixth+Mill at the Venetian Las Vegas.




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