Access Vegas Insider Vibe November 20, 2021

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! – At this point, COVID numbers here in Clark County are quite steady. Hospitals are not in danger of being over-run, and a newer drug which seems to dramatically help many COVID patients avoid or minimize hospitalization has been funded for wider use.

This column, breaking down

– The Real COVID Numbers, and When Will Masking End

– Is Mandatory Tipping Coming To Las Vegas?

– The Story Of The Anonymous Rock Star On Fremont Street

– Is The Best Hotel In Las Vegas Going To Encounter Major Changes?

…and Much More, continues for our Members HERE.

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Newkirk’s Notes has been published by 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:

Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor

Las Vegas Shows

David Copperfield reveals secret magic museum in new book – PHOTOS

The man who has made the Statue of Liberty vanish and walked through the Great Wall of China, strives to travel through time. Living in the moment won’t suffice for David Copperfield. This is true in his stage show at MGM Grand Theater, which employs black-and-white film clips depicting Copperfield’s father, and a time-worn, handwritten letter written decades ago. The illusionist’s zeal to span generations is celebrated on an even grander scale at his own private museum of magic. He’s dubbed it the David Copperfield International Museum and Library of the Conjuring Arts, but passersby won’t find an elaborate sign outside, or any indication at all of what lies inside the 40,000-square-foot, one-time warehouse just a few miles from his eponymous theater where he performs 15 shows a week.

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Las Vegas Dining

15 Rooftop Patios to Explore in Las Vegas – Sky-high Champagne and neon views await

City skylines, desert sunsets, even traffic lights on the street below. For some reason, everything in Las Vegas looks better from a few stories up. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of rooftop patios in Downtown Las Vegas, on the Strip, and beyond for open-air dancing, drinking and mingling beneath the neon-tinged sky. From elegant lounges tailor-made for sequined dresses and champagne to laid-back spots where friends can gather over pitchers of beer, these rooftop patios set the stage for a perfect night in Las Vegas.

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Las Vegas Tours & Attractions

Mick Jagger visits the Neon Museum

The museum tweeted “It’s not every day that we have rock star royalty visit the Neon Boneyard. Thank you Mick Jagger for adding the Neon Museum to your list of sites to see in Las Vegas.” The Rolling Stones were in town to play at Allegiant Stadium.

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Las Vegas Real Estate

Palm Springs Caesars Palace-inspired estate lists for $11.8M

A touch of Las Vegas in Palm Springs is now available. Located at 911 Juarez Ave., the stunning Caesars Palace-inspired estate in the exclusive Rose Hill enclave of Las Palmas Heights has been listed for $11.8 million. This iconic estate was originally designed by renowned architecture firm Buff & Hensman in 1972 and included structural and interior designs that resembled features of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The home was first constructed for Jerry Zarowitz (of Caesars Palace fame) in the 1970s and the inspiration for the original design.

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Other Las Vegas News

Touring Main Street, Las Vegas, An Ever-Evolving Hub of Dining, Nightlife & More

I’ll often take the bike instead of the car. I live roughly a mile and a half from Main Street and can be there in 10 minutes, even if I roll out at a poky pace. Sometimes, locals arrange giant group rides on weeknights-100, 200 bikes, easy-and occasionally I’ll merge with that crowd, one LED light-festooned bike among many.

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

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Downtown Las Vegas Foodie Tour feat. Lip Smacking Foodie Tours

(Video Publishers Notes) Here’s some of the Best Restaurants in the Downtown Las Vegas Area. This video is a little different so please stay tuned.

Downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street, Old Vegas. Whichever you choose to call it, is full of great local and one of a kind restaurants. If you walk a little past the Fremont Street Experience, down Fremont East and the surrounding streets are these restaurants. They are known by both locals and tourists and I just can’t wait for the rest of the world to know them too. In this video, my friend Tom from Lip Smacking Foodie Tours is joining me to explore these food and drink joints.

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Mountain Biking at Mt. Charleston – Las Vegas

(Video Publishers Notes) Come watch Diego and a buddy mountain biking at Mt. Charleston.

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Is the New Luxor Buffet in Las Vegas Worth Going?

(Video Publishers Notes) The Luxor Buffet in Las Vegas recently had it’s reopening for 2021. We decided to stop in and try the all you can eat brunch. It is a cheaper buffet, comparable to Excalibur and MGM Grand, but is it worth it? Let’s find out!

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Town Square Las Vegas

(Video Publishers Notes) On this adventure we are back to the Las Vegas Strip – just across from the airport, where the fabulous shopping/dining/entertainment complex called Town Square can be found. Town Square features more than 120 retail stores, 20-some fabulous restaurants, 3 parks, and unique entertainment options as well – all in one place!

It’s a fantastic venue to spend some time in Las Vegas, whether you are local or a visitor. Check it out! During our visit we stop in to the Raider Image, the Las Vegas Raiders team shop, and talk football and the new Allegiant Stadium. And, we wrap it up with a delicious dinner at the Lazy Dog. Join us!

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