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Las Vegas News, Reviews and Vintage Vegas segments that look at the people, resorts and events in history that make Las Vegas the greatest city in the world.

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Las Vegas News, Reviews and Vintage Vegas segments that look at the people, resorts and events in history that make Las Vegas the greatest city in the world.

    E-491: Just Let Him In

    E-491: Just Let Him In

    Random Vegas 
    Justin Timberlake was paid $6 million dollars to perform at Fontainebleau opening night.  That night, he stayed at Wynn. (VitalVegas) 
    TwitPic of the week 

    You’ve heard me talk about it before, the Stardust.  Here we got a picture from @_GrandPaD showing off the entire property, including the old Royal Nevada that they rebranded the Stardust Auditorium.  It also shows the properties first hotel tower that existed between the two properties, connecting them together.  Next you can’t help but look at all those motel units behind the Stardust Frontage.  And lastly, you’re reminded this is in the middle of a desert by the Barron wasteland that stretched beyond the resorts reach. All silhouetted with the beautiful mountains. 
    News

    Electric Playhouse


    Fontainebleau expands


    “The Friends’ Experience“


    Tuscany Deal

    • 44 min
    E-490: No Fucks to Give

    E-490: No Fucks to Give

    Random Vegas
    The five biggest jackpots ever won in Las Vegas history (@VegasIssues)
    1.     $39.7 million – Excalibur, Mar 2003
    2.     $35 million – Desert Inn, Jan 2000
    3.     $27.6 million – Palace Station, Nov 1998
    4.     $22.6 million – Bally’s, May 2002
    5.     $21.3 million – Caesars Palace, June 1999
    TwitPic of the week

    I don’t know if its common knowledge but Bellagio has a hell of an ass on her.  You don’t think of her as a tri-tower because that frontage is all anyone remembers but she is in fact a tri-tower, showcased spectacularly by @Maverickheli.  I don’t think this aspect of her is as appreciated as it should be.  I know I didn’t until we moved and I made the drive from the west to the strip via Flamingo Road.  She unveils herself as you come over the freeway.  It’s very distracting and elegant and a beautiful addition to our Twitpic of the week collection.
    News

    360VV14


    RJ Tip Guide


    Frontier Site

    • 56 min
    E-489: Loopholes

    E-489: Loopholes

    Random Vegas
    The largest American flag every flown was displayed over the Hoover Dam on May 1st, 1996.  Each star on the flag was 17 feet high. (@LasVegaslocally)
    TwitPic of the week

    My growing affection for this property rivals only Keren’s dislike for it.  The world famous, Caesars Palace, here showcased in 1974 by @summacorp.  Here we can see the properties 3rd hotel tower under construction, the Roman tower expansion.  Something that used to annoy me about Caesars was the piece mail cobbling together of different eras.  Now its what I find charming about it.  How many places can you visit on the strip that are the same structure they were in 66.  It’s remarkable and why I’ve selected to celebrate her evolution with this week’s winner.
    News

    J-Lo Vegas Drama


    Resorts World Money Laundering


    Icahn Returns


    Golden Nugget No Resort Fee


    Rio Drone Show









     
     
     
     
     
     



     


     

    • 46 min
    Mail Bag E-3

    Mail Bag E-3

    360 Mail Bag is our opportunity to address your feedback in a causal conversation between friends.
     

    • 44 min
    E-488: Mr. Fritada

    E-488: Mr. Fritada

    Random Vegas
    It’s been stated that the Mirage changed everything.  Specifically, in the 10 years that followed its opening the city of Las Vegas doubled visitor volume from $17 million to $35 million, room inventory from 61k to 124k, air passengers increased from $16 million to $36 million and gaming revenue from $3 billion of $7.6 billion.  (@OllyLovate)
    TwitPic of the week

    Simply put, it’s a picture of the Mirage under construction shared by @summacorp.  Never has a single property so impacted the Las Vegas market.  It’s somewhat comforting that the building will basically remain the same although with virtually all of the public spaces refreshed.  Odds are we won’t recognize the Mirage once Hard Rock is finished with it, which is a good thing.  Possibly the most disappointing thing is that we are losing another iconic name on the strip.  No longer will we love a place with palaces called Dunes, Sands, Stardust or the Mirage.
    News

    LVCVA and Aces


    Mini Disni


    Flamingo Signage Relit


    Virgin Labor Issues


    Gaming Integrity







     

    • 1 hr 6 min
    E-487: Cox Aren't For Everyone

    E-487: Cox Aren't For Everyone

    Random Vegas
    When the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign was installed in 1959, the population of Las Vegas was about 70,000 people.  Today, 65 years later, that number is 2.3 million (@lasvegaslocally and research)
    TwitPic of the week

    It is the way of the world.  The only constant is change and the city of Las Vegas embodies that more than any city in the history of civilization.  The Tropicana is currently being demolished and the Mirage will be rethemed to Hard Rock.  At least we can be grateful that the stain glass ceiling at Tropicana is going to be saved, showcased by @lasvegaslocally.  Here’s a choice for you.  The Mirage Volcano or the Tropicana stain glass ceiling, if you could only save one, which would it be?
    News

    Mirage Closing







     

    • 1 hr 2 min

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