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Access Vegas Insider Vibe May 16, 2022

Las Vegas Shows

Free concert series returning to downtown Fremont Street Las Vegas

Fremont Street Experience announced that its free concert series, Downtown Rocks, will once again return to downtown Las Vegas. According to a news release, the Downtown Rocks series will kick off on Saturday, April 23 and run on various weekends through Saturday, Nov. 19, when the shows conclude with a performance by Stone Temple Pilots.

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Las Vegas Dining

Rhumbar at The Mirage on Las Vegas Strip to reopen

A popular Las Vegas Strip bar is reopening this month. MGM Resorts previously announced that Rhumbar Tropical Ultra Lounge would close permanently July 25, 2021. However, The Mirage announced Monday that the popular bar will reopen April 20 with a new design and cocktail menu.

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Las Vegas Tours & Attractions

Red Springs Boardwalk Near Las Vegas Leads To One Of The Most Scenic Views In The State

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is one of the most stunning sights in Nevada. Tucked into the Mojave Desert, this area is known for its breathtaking red sandstone peaks and rich geological history. One of the best and most accessible ways to enjoy this natural wonder is by trekking along the Red Springs Boardwalk in Nevada. This trail is likely much easier than you might imagine.

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Las Vegas Sports

A Guide To The 7 Best Golf Courses In Las Vegas

Vegas is a city renowned for feeding an individual’s craving for vice. Over the years, it has worked to diversify its image by lining the area with world-class golfing facilities. This post looks at the best golf courses in Las Vegas. With only three municipal courses in the city, you can expect to pay a premium for green fees. However, it is worth it since you can play on courses designed by Pete Dye, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, and Arnold Palmer.

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Las Vegas Real Estate

The 8 Hottest Las Vegas Homes For Sale Right Now

No doubt, real estate in Las Vegas is on fire. Here are the properties on the market to snatch up now.

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Other Las Vegas News

Palms Las Vegas reopening after more than two years in the dark with new offerings

The Las Vegas casino resort Palms has remained closed for more than two years, a casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 shutdowns. That changes this month. The property, about a mile west of Bellagio on Flamingo Road, will reopen to the public on April 27. Rooms are already available for stays starting April 28.

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Spring Staycation at Bellagio – Room & Pool Tours, Conservatory, Spago, & “O”

(Video Publishers Notes) At long last, your pals at Las Vegas Inside & Out booked ourselves a two-night staycation at that icon of elegance, the Bellagio – and went all out for a fountain view room! You’ll get the room tour, the pool tour (yes, there are G&Ts involved), dinner at Spago, the fantastic “O” by Cirque du Soleil, the casino, the Fountains of Bellagio both day and night; AND the incredibly beautiful Bellagio Conservatory 2022 Spring display, “Flights of Fancy”.

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LinQ Promenade Las Vegas Restaurants – Where to eat?

(Video Publishers Notes) In this video we show you every Restaurant option on the popular LinQ Promenade in Las Vegas. We get so many questions about Food options in and around the Flamingo and LinQ and we always answer, there are so many options!

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Former Las Vegas home of casino owner Bob Stupak on market for nearly $2M

(Video Publishers Notes) The former Las Vegas home of casino owner Bob Stupak is on the market for nearly $2 million.

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The Palms Buffet – The Best off strip Buffet in Las Vegas

(Video Publishers Notes) – In this video we visit the newest Las Vegas Buffet to reopen. The AYCE Buffet at the Palms opened its doors and is honestly the best off-strip buffet at the moment – there was an increase in price but it’s still very affordable. Overall the establishment was very inviting, clean, and the staff was friendly and helpful.




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Access Vegas Insider Vibe April 28, 2022


Las Vegas Shows

Joe Perry touts the return of Aerosmith’s Las Vegas residency – ‘Fans want live music’

Joe Perry hasn’t seen his Aerosmith bandmates since they walked offstage after a concert in Las Vegas in February 2020. But the quintet that Perry calls “America’s garage band” will storm the city again in June with the return of its Deuces are Wild residency at Dolby Live at Park MGM.

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Las Vegas Dining

Vegas’ Newest Restaurant Spectacle Takes You on a Lavish Trip Under the Sea

It wasn’t enough for Lost Spirits to be an interactive tourist attraction. The rum distillery just debuted 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, an immersive, 16-course tasting dining experience that’s helmed by a renowned chef and only available to 12 diners per seating. It’s fantastically weird, aggressively experiential, and serves as one of the most rewarding meals you’ll enjoy anywhere in Las Vegas.

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The Ultimate Guide to the Grand Canyon, America’s Most Iconic National Park

Maybe it’s just us, but boy, are we glad to move beyond the days of virtual experiences. Most things are arguably better in person: Friendships. Museums. Happy hours. Travel. For example, can you really comprehend the overpowering magnitude of the more-than-a-mile-deep Grand Canyon from your phone? Absolutely not.

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Las Vegas Sports

Allegiant Stadium ranked tops in fan satisfaction

Allegiant Stadium was ranked first in overall game day satisfaction, according to the weekly independent survey Voice of the Fan. Voice of the Fan surveys those who attend the NFL games of all 32 teams. According to the survey, the Jan. 9 game between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers brought in the highest rankings of any Raiders game of the regular reason, with 94% overall event satisfaction.

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Other Las Vegas News

9 exciting new things in Las Vegas that will make you want to book a trip right now

Las Vegas has long been the place to go for an over-the-top vacation, but in recent years, there’s a noticeably new vibe emerging. Gone are the days of megaresorts competing with one another to offer the most incredible buffet or wildest pool party. Instead, a more surprising transformation is occurring, one filled with an increasingly diverse selection of activities and experiences to enjoy. So much has changed since the pandemic began that if you haven’t visited in the past couple of years, you may find yourself doing a double take.

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Bobby Flay Las Vegas $50 Burger Lunch

(Video Publishers Notes) Here’s what $50 gets you for lunch at Bobby’s Burgers at the Caesars Palace food court in Las Vegas.

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The English Hotel – New Style and Culinary Excellence in the Las Vegas Arts District

(Video Publishers Notes) Earlier this month, a new boutique hotel opened in Las Vegas, in a surprising location: the Downtown Arts District!

It’s The ENGLiSH Hotel, a concept from acclaimed chef Todd English, who is inspired by the growth, atmosphere and excitement of the Arts District. The building was brought to life via a partnership with the Z Life Co, and is a fresh and vibrant design you won’t see on the Strip or Fremont.

Come with us, as we tour the property courtesy of General Manager Steve Dennis – the rooms, the pool, the common areas, and the fabulous new restaurant named for Chef Todd’s dog, called The Pepper Club. And, the whole thing is wrapped in some incredible local art that needs to be seen to be believed – so let’s go!

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Vegas Loop People Mover – Elon Musk Boring Company

(Video Publishers Notes) – Did you know that Vegas has an Underground People Mover that was designed and constructed by Elon Musk Boring Company? We recently took a tour when we were at the Las Vegas Convention Center and wanted to share it with you all. Have tried it yet?




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Access Vegas Insider Vibe March 25, 2022

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! Pools are open, everyone is talking March Madness, and cold weather (highs below 70F) appear to be done. Let’s dig into the latest “must know” for Vegas:

Fly Now Or Fly Later? – In a fairly recent issue, I suggested that if you had the option regarding a Las Vegas visit this year, coming later in the year might be a good idea. Staffing should be much closer to normal. The pent-up demand will have started to fade. We’re still looking at 2023 before conventions really start to return to normal.

This column, breaking down:

– Should You Be Using Airline Miles And Hotel Points Now, Or Hold On To Them?

– Yes, The Ride Around Downtown And The Arts District Is Free. How, When, And Where!

– The Latest Las Vegas Hotel Opens, Without Gaming. We Have What You Need To Know.

– Whats Next For The “Soon To Open” Palms.

…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:

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Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com


Las Vegas Shows

Dynamic New Show Costumes Are Changing The Look Of Las Vegas

What does Las Vegas look like? The images that spring to mind to answer that question are probably much different than they would have been 20, 10 or even five years ago, but it goes without saying that this city has an iconography all its own. It’s a place built on entertainment, and the way entertainment looks here evolves faster all the time.

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Las Vegas Dining

Top of Binion’s Steakhouse to Reopen March 10 After Two Years

Top of Binion’s Steakhouse reopens March 10, 2022 and our taste buds are already on high alert. Binion’s Steakhouse is a true throwback, and lots of visitors have been champing at the bit to get back inside this classic Las Vegas meatery.

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* 7 Tasting Experiences To Try in Las Vegas

* Xperience Restaurant Group to Open Largest Chevys in Las Vegas

* #&@! Putin shots popular at downtown Las Vegas pizza bar

* ‘Nevada Craft Beverage Passport’ to celebrate state’s breweries launches Friday

* Despite Industry Challenges, The Las Vegas Strip Continues Adding To Its Restaurant Portfolio

* Resorts World’s Carversteak Amplifies The Las Vegas Strip Steakhouse Experience

* Las Vegas Strip Dayclubs Are Ready To Start The Party Once Again

* First Ever Ski Lodge Hits the Las Vegas Strip

* 10 Las Vegas Pool Parties That Promise Dayclub Lovers An Epic 2022 Season

* Five Vegas Restaurants Among Most-Reviewed on Yelp

* The 33 Best Las Vegas Restaurants You Must Try In 2022

* The Most Anticipated Restaurants Opening in Las Vegas This Spring

* Las Vegas Offers Plentiful Options For Pizza Fans

* 10 Restaurants First-Time Las Vegas Visitors Should Frequent – Leave with a memory

* The 12 Casino Buffets that are Open Now in Las Vegas

* The 33 Best Las Vegas Restaurants You Must Try In 2022


Las Vegas Gambling

Man from California hits nearly $330K jackpot at Las Vegas airport

A visitor from California hit a massive jackpot while at Las Vegas’ Harry Reid International Airport on Thurday. According to a tweet from the airport, the lucky winner, identified as William J. from Van Nuys, California, was playing a Wheel of Fortune slot machine in the B Concourse when he hit the jackpot.

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Members Mania

Note from Ted: Some time ago, we talked about the Grand Canyon West, which is home of the Skywalk (glass walk that juts you 4000+ feet over the bottom of the canyon). We too also suggest using Maverick Helicopter Tours whether you want to visit the Grand Canyon West, or enjoy just a flight over the canyon. They have (by far) the highest standards in town, and I’m 100% comfortable putting both family and friends on their flights.

As with the airlines, Maverick is requiring masking until the federal government ceases that rule for traveling on planes, trains, and similar.

 

Just a little FYI for those who are considering going – please be aware of their rules. You’re not allowed to take your cameras, binoculars out on the sidewalk for instance. They have “photo” package deals if you’re interested. There are various ways to get there… by rental car, bus tour trip, and (my fave) helicopter tour (which I did through Maverick Helicopters – highly recommend them)!

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Las Vegas Tours & Attractions

Bellagio Conservatory’s Spring Display is Utterly Beautaculous

The horticultural wizards at Bellagio consistently deliver eye candy that is supremely “Grammable,” and people from around the world visit to enjoy the hotel’s flights of imagination. “Flight” is especially relevant with the new spring display, as it features balloons and other things that fly (like hummingbirds and butterflies).

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* Here’s Where To Go Shopping In Las Vegas

* Desert Wildflowers – When Will They Bloom This Year?

* The Neon Museum adding new, discounted ticket options

* Trailhead between Las Vegas, Pahrump offers easy hikes, grand payoffs

* Real-life ‘Donnie Brasco’ in a Las Vegas Mob scene event

* After 10 years, there are still many stories for Mob Museum in Vegas to tell

* Video – Enjoy a rare rim-to-rim trek across the Grand Canyon

* Valley of Fire – 50 miles away from the strip, is a natural wonder that makes the most glitzy casino seem tame and dull

* Red Rock Canyon State Park features majestic, otherworldly sights

* These are the Best Places to Hike in Las Vegas

* The Best Way To Spend A Weekend In Las Vegas, According To Chef Concierge Jeanne Mills

* Odd Jobs – The Silverton Casino Mermaids

* Joshua Tree a ‘wildland mecca’ with hiking trails and palm oases

* It’s bloom time – Where to look for desert wildflowers

* See A Different Side of the Grand Canyon

* 6 Reasons to Drive to Tecopa, California – This hot springs-filled oasis is fueled by beer, steaks, and dates

* The Neon Museum to add historic Plaza Hotel & Casino sign later this year

* The Best Museums in Las Vegas

* National Geographic’s “Rarely Seen” Exhibition Coming to Bally’s


Las Vegas Sports

Where to Watch March Madness in Las Vegas

When it comes to big events in Vegas, there might not be a busier two-week stretch than the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament, also dubbed March Madness. With the pandemic affecting both the tournament and Las Vegas over the past two years, the annual event might see its biggest year yet. Combine the higher-than-ever interest in sports betting and what seems like a full return to pre-pandemic occupancy, and it’s a perfect storm of excitement in Vegas for March Madness in 2022.

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Las Vegas Real Estate

4 Massive Mansions Hit The Vegas Real Estate Market

Ranging from a cool $6,895,000 to an icy $24,500,000, these monolithic mansions come equipped with astounding amenities that match their sky-high price tags.

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Other Las Vegas News

Fontainebleau Las Vegas Artist Renderings Revealed, Opening 2023

Artist Renderings were released by Matt O. on Twitter of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas that has restarted construction. He also released other renderings. It looks great. Fontainebleau Las Vegas is a vertically integrated, luxury 67-story hotel, gaming, entertainment, and meeting destination scheduled to open fourth quarter of 2023. It will feature more than 3,700 uniquely designed hotel rooms, more than 550,000 square feet of convention space, and a world-class collection of restaurants and shops, pool experiences, vibrant nightlife options, and coveted spa and wellness offerings.

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* As COVID numbers fall, Las Vegas tourism rises

* Las Vegas issues its 5 millionth marriage license

* Couples looking for unique ways to say ‘I do’ have lots of options in Las Vegas

* Some Las Vegas Strip casinos to get new facades, familiar names

* Las Vegas Is Open To Kick Off The New Roaring ’20s

* The Cosmopolitan announces 2022 summer ‘Dive-In Movies’ lineup

* Circa Las Vegas to release NFT of Vegas Vickie

* Caesars Palace Unveils Sexy New Entrance

* Take Love To New Heights With Maverick Helicopters In Las Vegas

* The cost of living in Las Vegas may never be the same

* Trams & the Monorail on the Strip are operating – Hours Updated

* Las Vegas police officer held on federal charges in 3 casino robberies

* Why Nevada gas prices are among the highest in the country

* El Cortez Hotel & Casino announces two-phase plan to become adult-only property

* Historic casino El Cortez in downtown Las Vegas rebounds from pandemic shutdown


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The 10 Best Restaurants in Las Vegas for 2022

(Video Publishers Notes) In this video we visit the 10 best restaurants in Las Vegas for 2022. These are my favorite spots to dine both on the Las Vegas strip and downtown. If you are planning a trip I highly recommend trying all of them!

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Las Vegas Pool Season is Here! Tips for a great time!

(Video Publishers Notes Quick update on what to expect on your next Vegas Pool experience! Also, check out our playlist where review a bunch of pools on the Las Vegas Strip!
Play list here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLprbS3T_Kd46xa_F7O2l35rvrK-ypFCh5

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Visiting one of the Top Buffets in Vegas – Wynn’s Seafood Buffet

(Video Publishers Notes) On my last night in Vegas, I got a chance to explore and decided to visit another top Vegas Buffet. I’ve always found that the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars and the Buffet at the Wynn are always the contenders for the top buffets on the Vegas Strip. I have visited the Bacchanal buffet on this visit, but have not yet tried the Wynn buffet. I’m curious to know if it’s just as good as before or maybe even better! …is the Wynn better than the Bacchanal? There’s only one way to fine out.
I made a trip over to the Wynn to attend their weekend seafood dinner buffet. Generally, I choose the weekend dinner as they tend to have the most item and selections to showcase, and this was certainly the case! Along with the array of roasted meats with luscious prime rib and bbq, seafood selections with crab and whole fish, it was their specials stations stood out! Freshly made tacos and warm comforting made to order noodles were very satisfying.
I recall in the past that the Wynn came in a close second to the Bacchanal, and that has remained unchanged. Still and amazing buffet and you won’t be disappointed; it looks like the Wynn and Vegas are up and running, better than ever!

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Welcome to the Newest Hotel in Las Vegas!

(Video Publishers Notes) In this video I share my experience at the newest hotel in Las Vegas, the English Hotel!





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Access Vegas Insider Vibe March 4, 2022

Newkirk’s Notes

Access Vegas Founder Ted NewkirkHello From Las Vegas! Masks are out (unless you choose to mask), and springtime weather is in the air. I don’t want to speak too soon, but things might just be getting back to normal.

A Sucker Really Is Born Every Minute – Roulette has emerged as the second most popular table game at the casinos last year, with the house pocketing over twice as much in 2021 as it did in 2020. Pent-up demand drove gambling revenue higher, casinos were unrelenting in raising table-game limits (even though it often resulted in empty tables), and a different strain of visitor may have been looking for more simple, social games to play.

This column, breaking down

– The possible worst game to play in the casino, and what to avoid about it.

– Is Sports Betting the future of gambling?

– You can actually be “King Of The Mountain” in Las Vegas

– What the latest visitor counts and gaming wins mean, and when should you plan your next visit based on that data?

…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:

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Hope You Are Enjoying This Issue!

Ted Newkirk
Founder/Managing Editor
AccessVegas.com


Las Vegas Shows

Lady Gaga adds additional shows at Park MGM in Las Vegas

Lady Gaga will perform her critically acclaimed Lady Gaga and Jazz Piano show over nine dates beginning April 14. Representatives say the show celebrates her love of the “Great American Songbook” in addition to her Grammy Award-nominated collaborative album with Tony Bennett “Love For Sale.”

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Las Vegas Dining

Bask In The Romantic Atmosphere of These Las Vegas Restaurants

If you desire, every day can be Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas. February 14 doesn’t need to be the only night you take that special someone for a memorable meal at one of the city’s most stunning dining destinations. Here are just a few of the restaurants that offer fabulous food and a romantic atmosphere all year long.

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Las Vegas Gambling

$100K jackpot hit at Mohegan Sun Casino at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

One person won big while visiting the Mohegan Sun Casino at Virgin Hotels in Las Vegas. The lucky winner, George P., won the jackpot on Friday, February 4, while playing video poker at the casino.

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Las Vegas Tours & Attractions

Free Downtown Las Vegas Loop shuttle adding Brewery Row stop

The city of Las Vegas says its shuttle service in the downtown area is adding another stop. Those taking The Downtown Loop free shuttle service can now stop at Brewery Row. Tuesday, city officials report the newest stop for the service is in the 1500 block of South Main Street and it will allow quick and easy access to the popular Brewery Row.

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* Skyline experience ‘LIFTOFF’ opens at AREA15 in Las Vegas

* This Unique Way to Explore the Grand Canyon Offers Fewer Crowds and an Unforgettable Outdoor Adventure

* The 5 Best Las Vegas ATV Tours – Satisfy your need for speed on one of these off-road adventures

* Why Zabriskie Point in Death Valley is the best sunrise hike

* New ‘Lighting up Las Vegas’ exhibit celebrates century of neon

* The 9 Best Spas In Las Vegas

* We beat the Joshua Tree crowds by visiting this quieter desert park near Las Vegas instead

* Why people are obsessed with this little-known hot springs resort near Death Valley

* 25 Things to Do With Kids in Las Vegas

* Meow Wolf’s Area 15 Las Vegas Omega Mart Celebrates One Year Anniversary

* Video – Enjoy a rare rim-to-rim trek across the Grand Canyon

* Grand Canyon, Yellowstone or Zion – Which is now the West’s most-visited national park?

* Arizona’s Grand Canyon deemed one of the most “Instagrammable” national parks

* At Lighthouse Las Vegas at The Shops at Crystals, Immersive Van Gogh is a dazzling 360-degree exhibit


Las Vegas Sports

Large sporting events bring billions of dollars to the valley

In just a few days Allegiant Stadium will host the NFL Pro Bowl and T-Mobile Arena hosts the NHL All Star Game. Big sport events like these are having a positive impact on our community. My workers are happy they are willing to work,” Ingrid Rosa of Elf Entertainment told 8 News Now. Rosa’s workers are already working at Allegiant for the Pro Bowl. “It is great for the business,” Rosa said. “It has been so slow with CES being cancelled, left and right we had a lot of gigs cancelled that brought a lot of the spirits down for workers, so the Pro Bowl rose some spirits.”

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Las Vegas Real Estate

Brothel, Nudist Ranch Up For Sale Near Las Vegas

The desert in the southwest is filled with strange, historical, and downright odd things. This past week, two properties with quite a salacious and scandalous history appeared on the market. For sale is Dennis Hof’s Love Ranch brothel in the tiny community of Crystal, Nevada. In Sandy Valley, the former Nevada Sun Rancho nudist ranch is also up for grabs.

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Other Las Vegas News

Downtown Las Vegas to welcome new hotel, The English Hotel

The Arts District in downtown Las Vegas is set to welcome a new neighbor very soon. The English Hotel, by celebrity chef Todd English, opens next week at Main Street and Coolidge Avenue. The hotel is designed for guests who don’t want to stay on the busy Las Vegas Strip.

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* Nearly two years later, Station Casinos still quiet on reopening closed properties

* Clark County leaders approve design changes at Fontainebleau Las Vegas resort

* How Nevada’s largest weed facility keeps quality, efficiency at its core

* Fontainebleau Las Vegas taps former Luxor chief as new president

* Long-Awaited Las Vegas Strip Hotel/Casino May Finally Get Built

* Despite Nevada mask mandate ending, face coverings still required on buses, planes

* Hospitality insiders hope mask-free pivot brings back Las Vegas workers, businesses

* Does Nevada’s mask mandate removal ‘follow the science’? Medical experts weigh in

* More and more ‘junk fees’ appearing in Las Vegas tourist industry

* Boyd Confirms Fremont Casino Construction, $50 Million Renovation

* Caesars Casinos Show Timeshare Salespersons the Door, Reason May Surprise You


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Is the New Excalibur Buffet in Las Vegas Worth Going?

(Video Publishers Notes) The Excalibur Buffet in Las Vegas has just recently reopened for brunch so we decided to go check it out! It is currently opened for brunch. Here is a full review of all the food and drinks they have available.

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Throwback Thursday, Las Vegas style

(Video Publishers Notes) The Excalibur Buffet in Las Vegas has just recently reopened for brunch so we decided to go check it out! It is currently opened for brunch. Here is a full review of all the food and drinks they have available.

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Safety in Vegas – Las Vegas Safety Tips – 2022

(Video Publishers Notes) We get a lot of questions about where to stay and eat while in Vegas, but not a lot of visitors inquire about Safety. Vegas is a very fun town, but can also be very dangerous. There are a lot of people that are looking to take advantage of visitors that are unaware of their surroundings.

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The English Hotel Tour by Celebrity Chef Todd English

(Video Publishers Notes) The English Hotel by celebrity chef and world famous restauranteur Todd English is by far one of the most pleasant surprises of 2022. This is the first boutique hotel in Las Vegas, and is nestled in the Arts district of Las Vegas. The property at 921 S. Main Street is sure to turn heads when it is officially fully open.




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