There are plenty of bars and lounges in Las Vegas that will make a delicious cocktail or pour a fantastic beer…if you pay for it. This is Las Vegas and you can get just about anything you want if you’re willing to pay. Big deal. Let’s get some free drinks!   You can still earn

March Madness 2017 in Vegas

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 by

The first weekend of March Madness is more than just a weekend. It’s actually a loooooong weekend. The first weekend of the NCAA (college) basketball tournament will begin around 9 am on Thursday, March 16 and will end around 8 pm on Sunday, March 19. This weekend is so long because many serious college basketball

Caesars Entertainment recently announced that Pitbull will return for another string of shows for his “Time Of Our Lives” residency. This will be the third year that Pitbull has a blast of shows at the Axis Theater inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. This year’s “Time Of Our Lives” shows will take place

St. Patrick’s Weekend 2017 in Las Vegas

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 by

In the best way, March in Las Vegas really brings the Madness. The long weekend of Thursday, March 16 through Sunday, March 19 is one of the most fun weekends of the year. Las Vegas is a national destination for a combustible combination of people visiting for Spring Break, St. Patrick’s Day and the first

Downtown Vegas Changes

Friday, 10 February 2017 by

Las Vegas is always changing. While we tend to focus on the changes happening on the Vegas Strip, there are businesses opening and closing all over town. Today, we’ll look at some of the changes you may have missed in downtown Las Vegas.   Ten years ago, you might have thought of downtown Las Vegas

AAA Discounts In Las Vegas

Tuesday, 07 February 2017 by

You tend to not think about home and real life when you’re in Las Vegas. It’s understandable since that’s often the purpose of visiting Las Vegas. However, one of the best ways to find discounts in Las Vegas comes from your home life. Many of us have a membership with the American Automobile Association and

It’s Always Pool Season In Las Vegas!

Wednesday, 01 February 2017 by

When the temperatures hit 50 degrees for the first time of the year, you hear the Las Vegas locals yelling that “it’s FREEZING.” Having grown up in the northeast, my blood still hasn’t thinned to that level. Not yet. However, it is winter in Las Vegas and the temperatures are cooler than the rest of

There are a lot of things that happen in Las Vegas that don’t happen in many other cities in America. In this case, I’m not talking about “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” or anything related to the sin of Sin City.   I’m talking about the “$20 Trick.” This isn’t something exclusive to

New Restaurants On The Vegas Strip

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 by

If there’s one thing in Las Vegas that changes more than anything else, it’s the restaurants. Dining trends and customer preferences are evolve so quickly that the restaurant industry has a act quickly. When I first moved to Las Vegas, every casino was rushing to add two kinds of restaurant. It seemed as though every

Low Rolling In Las Vegas

Friday, 20 January 2017 by

Low rolling shouldn’t be thought of something to do when they you’re running low on money in Las Vegas. Regardless of your financial situation you should really consider a night of low rolling in Las Vegas. Beyond the financial savings a long session of low rolling can be the most fun time you have in

How To Watch The Super Bowl In Las Vegas

Wednesday, 18 January 2017 by

The Super Bowl game may never be played in Las Vegas, but that doesn’t mean all that much to the hotels, casinos, bars, and restaurants. Super Bowl weekend is one the busiest weekends of the year in Las Vegas. More than 300,000 people will be in Las Vegas for Super Bowl weekend. The city is

Robot Restaurant in Las Vegas?

Friday, 13 January 2017 by

It’s safe to say that I’m addicted to social media. If it’s not on my main screen it’s on a 2nd, 3rd or 4th screen. Most of my obsession with social media is to be on top of everything in Las Vegas (my job) and to keep up with friends (my personal life). There’s a

I heard a lot of chatter over the past year from people fed up with the changing Vegas Strip. There are still plenty of people who love the Vegas Strip, but we can discuss that another day. Today is about those who are looking for a new Las Vegas experience. It’s probably easiest to start

Our eyes are always open for free entertainment. I’m happy to report that in the past year there has been an increase in venues offering free entertainment. Last year we had new free entertainment at El Cortez, Mandarin Oriental, and Topgolf while the Palms continued their free entertainment offerings.            

Las Vegas is changing every day. Sometimes we all have a desire to hold onto the past. Most casino operators don’t make that very easy as they try to keep up with current customer preferences. The hotel and resort sections of most Las Vegas properties have been renovated over the years to become more modern.

Skiing And Snowboarding in Las Vegas

Friday, 30 December 2016 by

Las Vegas is known for it’s warm to hot temperatures all year round. When I moved to Las Vegas from the east coast, I donated my winter coats and purchased a new hoodie. That sweet heather gray sweatshirt has been my “winter coat” for the past 5 years. Las Vegas itself may get cold, but

Part of what makes Las Vegas so great is that there isn’t just one way to experience Las Vegas. The variety of attractions is a large part of what makes Las Vegas so attractive to so many people. You can experience the height of luxury at The Venetian and Palazzo and walk next door to

We’re always looking for ways to save money when visiting Las Vegas. Most of the tips we share involve cheap or free things to do once you’re in Las Vegas. However, there are more than a few times a year when you’ll want to stay away from Las Vegas. Prices for hotel rooms skyrocket when

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) is the most popular poker tournament of the year. This is a great event for both poker players and fans of the game. Caesars Entertainment, the owner of WSOP, recently announced dates for the poker tournament(s) in 2017. Once again the WSOP returns to the Rio All-Suites hotel and

Travel and Fees

Friday, 16 December 2016 by

United Airlines recently announced that they would begin charging for use of overhead bins on their flights. This would mean that both checked baggage and carry-on bags would cost passengers money in addition to their airplane tickets.   I flew out of Newark Airport (EWR) more often than any other airport when I lived on