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Las Vegas Shows


Cindy Williams spent years skipping down the street singing “Schleimiel! Shlimazel!” and now, due to popular demand, she is once again kicking up her heels on the Las Vegas Strip as she returns as the guest star of Menopause The Musical® at Harrah’s Las Vegas March 6 through May 29.

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Las Vegas Dining


Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas expands its dynamic culinary portfolio with the addition of Oyster Bar, led by distinguished Executive Chef Bradley Manchester. The 16-seat, full-service restaurant and bar will fuse fresh oysters, seafood, produce and rich pan roasts with contemporary flavors as well as offer top-shelf, premium libations and beer

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Maverick Helicopters, an award-winning division of Maverick Aviation Group, recently received the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) 2016 Award of Excellence “Diamond Award.” The prestigious honor is a result of the company’s ongoing dedication to maintenance training and aircraft safety

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Las Vegas Gambling

Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino, the first in Las Vegas to offer an authentic Asian gaming, dining and lifestyle experience, announced today plans for an expanded VIP Gaming Lounge to accommodate the growing rolling chip program as well as non-rolling VIP gaming.

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Approaching South Point from the Strip can be intimidating. As a Texan (being totally honest, born in California, but Texas resident since I was 3), we’re familiar with big things, in fact, things usually bigger than in other places. South Point standing bigger than big, on the other hand, struck me as almost stupidly huge.

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Las Vegas Sports

Take a break from working on your jump shot and head to Las Vegas for our annual Hoops on the Strip. We have the lowdown on where to score the best seat during the 2017 college basketball championships.

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Newkirk’s Notes

Hello From Las Vegas! – For those keeping score, this was supposed to be the first week of my 3 week hiatus. Both do work on a health issue, and to do some strategic planning for the future of the business. However, duty calls!

Downtown Kicking The Strip On Gaming Gaines – Last week, the article Marketing, homeless are biggest challenges for downtown Las Vegas, gaming execs say appeared in the local paper. Of great interest was a certain statistic cited in the story. Downtown gaming revenue increases 4% this past year. Strip gaming revenue? 1/10 of that (on a percentage basis). This prompted me to pen the following Letter To The Editor: No secret to the revival of downtown Las Vegas casinos


I read with interest the Review-Journal’s recent story reporting that the downtown area had the biggest percentage increase in gaming win of any region in the state, dwarfing the Strip tenfold. What I found even more interesting was some of the reasons downtown hotel execs gave for the increase:

— Downtown Grand: We have eSports.

— Plaza: We upgraded our pool and added bingo.

— Fremont: We added a new bar.

— The D/Golden Gate: We’re building more slot space.

This gave me a pretty good chuckle. It is almost like they all got together ahead of time to figure out how to keep the cat in the bag and mislead their Strip contemporaries as to the reasons for success.

As someone with more than two decades of Las Vegas tourism promotion, I can tell you what they are doing right: Lower limits, more favorable game rules, looser slots, free-flowing liquor comps, and more affordable food and beverage. They know they are going to get your money eventually. Not only isn’t it a sin to let you play longer, but even after you’ve lost that first $100 bill, you are more likely to pull out the next one because you got your entertainment value out of it.

The mantra of Strip casinos has been “people aren’t gambling as much, so we want to focus on other revenue sources.” The reality is that people aren’t gambling on the Strip as much in recent years because those casinos decided to choke the golden goose some time ago. Slots were tightened, limits were raised, house-favorable rules like lower-pay blackjack were instituted, and people simply lost their money more quickly.

Oh, and could downtown’s lower (or non-existent) resort fees, free guest parking and lower-priced dining (both fine and casual) be leaving people more money to gamble with? Food for thought.


As you can imagine, it is making some waves. The editorial page of our paper is well-read.

You may wonder why there is such a drumbeat of visitor emotion on these issues, and yet no one locally (travel media or traditional media) is speaking up on behalf of the visitor. Your answer is simple: MGM Resorts is the largest employer in the state. Caesars Entertainment has to be way up there as well. To speak against their practices is a good way to get blacklisted in this industry. IE, no more advertising contracts.

Interestingly enough, that is one of the things I’ll be pondering while I take a little time off and look after my health: Whether much of my business will be based on a traditional model of helping sell hotel rooms, or whether I want to take a significant plunge into making our membership program pay all the bills (which it doesn’t come close to now). Which would allow for me to dish on a lot more helpful inside information, and continue to concentrate on advocacy for our readers.

Speaking of Las Vegas Strip revenues, I read that MGM Resorts failed to meet revenue estimates in the fourth quarter, resulting in a nearly 10% drop in their stock prices. Disclaimer: I am not a stock analyst nor do I own any Las Vegas resort stock (in any of them). I have to admit I was kind of surprised. Rising room rates, rising resort fees, and parking charges can’t be hurting revenue. I wonder what kind of shape they would be in without those sources. And what will happen over the next couple of years to bookings as people feel stretched in the wallet.

Raiders To Downtown Could Be A Reality – Since some of you care, and since the national media hasn’t got any part of this story correct from day one, here’s the latest: Downtown is courting the team really hard. You may have heard that because Sheldon Adelson (Venetian/Palazzo owner) pulled out of his tentative promise to fund the stadium to the tune of $650 million (long story), The Raiders need to find an extra $650 in investment capital to make the move.

Or do they? $200 million-plus in land acquisition costs were factored into the initial cost estimates. Guess what: The City of Las Vegas is willing to give them the Cashman Center Property (minor league baseball stadium and exhibition space) for $1. So, that slashes $200 million off of the cost. Also, recently built state-of-the-art stadiums ms in other locals have been build for less. They can probably take off another $200 million if they want to. Getting the needed amount down to a much more comfortable $250 million. Which is chump-change in Las Vegas development terms.

Also, Raiders owner Mark Davis’ pride is at stake. He’s pretty much made his bed with the move here. I feel that he wants to show it can be done no matter who is in and who is out.

You aren’t reading that in the national media. We’ll keep you posted.

Ted Newkirk, Publisher

Editor: Rick “VegasZiggy” Ziegler

Associate Editor, News Researcher, Concerts and Headliners: Amy Rayner-Cooley


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The Cosmopolitan Wicked Spoon Buffet Tour

Wicked Spoon Buffet Tour at The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. This was shot during brunch on a Friday afternoon.

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Must See Things In Vegas: Dolphin Habitat Vegas Mirage With Close-Ups

A fantastic MUST-SEE and Must-Do in Las Vegas! Adults and children alike, this is an absolute must. Face to face, the dolphins will touch your heart forever!

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4-Wheel Drive: Titus Canyon Road, Death Valley

Let’s go on a 4×4 adventure into Death Valley! This is the drive on Titus Canyon Road, which starts in Nevada, crosses into California, then over scenic Red Pass and through twisty, narrow Titus Canyon, before entering the valley. Sorry the clip is so long… you may want to skip a few minutes ahead to the best parts!


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Las Vegas Shows


Billy Zane was spotted attending the hit show ABSINTHE at Caesars Palace On Sunday, Jan. 8. The Titanic alum was seen taking in ABSINTHE’s outlandish acts and hilarious antics during the 8 p.m. performance.

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On Thursday, Feb. 2 a grand opening celebration was held at Momofuku Las Vegas in honor of Momofuku and Milk Bar’s first concepts on the West Coast, at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

Widely known for its popularity throughout Asia, the new Trick Eye Experience at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino encourages passersby to become part of the art with life-size interactive 3-D paintings.

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Newkirk’s Notes

Hello From Las Vegas! – We’re going to see some rain this weekend, but my oh my, has it been nice the past few days, with highs into the 70’s! I’m not complaining, and it was a pleasure to dust off the outdoor patio furniture and plug the outdoor TV back into power.

We are looking at clouds with a few rainy days over the next 7 days. With high temps only around 60F.

State Of The Membership Address – I will be taking (hopefully only) the next 2-3 weeks off from contributing to the members edition for both personal and professional reasons (which I will detail momentarily). We will absolutely continue to answer members questions personally during that time! (Send to [email protected] and note in the subject that you are a member). Also, while this will be a short hiatus, please keep in mind we always have our “double for nothing” guarantee. If for some reason, you don’t feel that over the course of the year, we give you more Las Vegas time and money saving help, advice, and tips than you paid for your subscription, we’ll give you an extra year for free. So why the time off from the column?

– I’ve been dealing with a limiting and chronic health issue for the better part of two years. I need to dial it back a little bit and catch my breath health-wise. Following Las Vegas as deeply as I do, and from as many sources as I source, is a 7-day-per-week endeavor. Las Vegas doesn’t take days off, nor does it sleep. It is only through that intense effort I am able to distil down the information and insight that you often will find nowhere else.

– We have some membership catch-up and upgrades (deferred maintenance) that MUST be taken care of. We need to accept credit cards. We need to have a members area where you can log in for back-issues. Amy has been documenting weekly all the time and money saving tips and answers, and we want to organize those for easy member research.

– We must expand our member base. Many of you write in with great ideas about “can you cover this or that”, and the reality is that we don’t have the budget to do 1/5 of what we’d like to do! So, we’re going to start working to get the word out, and grow the member base so we can offer you more. Among other things, we’re going to work with other Las Vegas information outlets on an affiliate basis to incentivize them for helping promote what we’re doing.

At the end of the day, all of the above takes time. By taking the time to make these improvements, I believe it will provide an even better experience for our members!

Ted’s Tidbits, Cutting The Cable – This has nothing to do with Las Vegas. However a few times per year, I share something that has really made my life easier, and/or saved me time and money. I’ve been getting eaten alive by cable TV costs, and now my provider (Cox Cable) has quit offering the analog feed which went to all of the TV’s in my house with no extra hook-up or box required.

Fortunately, I’ve been a big fan of the Roku device for some time and have been slowly moving my TV viewing over to it. They start at about $40 (the basic ones work great unless you need 4k) and they even have one for old-school TV’s (the kind that take the red/white/yellow wires instead of HDMI). I actually have one on nearly every TV now! Roku offers hundreds (and hundreds and hundreds) of completely free channels (you can search by name or genre, like religion or music or movies or TV programs) and a selection of pay channels similar to what you get through cable (HBO, NBA, etc). And if you cancel your cable TV, a wide selection of the most popular cable channels out there are available using your Roku with a Sling.com subscription $25-40 per month). I mean channels like ESPN 1, 2, U), CNN, HGTV, and the like.

In addition, many apps now work on your Roku, allowing you to access Facebook, YouTube, TuneIn, Spotify, and many, many more. Basically, a Roku can turn an old school tube TV with those red/white/yellow wires, or even a new TV that isn’t a “smart” TV into a smart TV. At a fraction of the cost.

My advice? Buy one and play with it. I’m happy that I did.

Hope you are enjoying this issue!

Ted Newkirk, Publisher

Editor: Rick “VegasZiggy” Ziegler

Associate Editor, News Researcher, Concerts and Headliners: Amy Rayner-Cooley


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Las Vegas – Night Strip Walk

Missing Las Vegas? Walking on the Las Vegas Strip at night. Many people, lights, casinos, street artists and of course Fountains of Bellagio.

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Bonnie Springs Ranch Las Vegas

Today we went out to Bonnie Springs Ranch which is located in the Red Rock Canyon park just west of Las Vegas. Bonnie springs ranch has a petting zoo and cowboy themed set up which runs shows on the weekends.

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Moving To Las Vegas: Perspective Is Important

How does Las Vegas compare to where you are living now? What to think about before you move here.


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Las Vegas Shows

Legendary professional wrestler Jake “The Snake” Roberts, also known as Aurelian Smith Jr., was spotted attending the hit show ABSINTHE at Caesars Palace On Wednesday, Jan. 4. The WWE Hall of Famer was seen taking in ABSINTHE’s outlandish acts and hilarious antics during the 8 p.m. performance.

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Las Vegas Dining

Le Thai is still seen as a newcomer to the downtown Las Vegas cuisine scene, so it might come as a surprise that it turned 5 in November.

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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

Award-winning helicopter operator, Maverick Helicopters, has partnered with Las Vegas’ top-rated culinary tour company, Lip Smacking Foodie Tours, to offer the ultimate dining and helicopter experience. Savory Bites & Neon Lights features an exclusive tasting at five prominent restaurants, followed by Maverick Helicopters’ renowned Vegas Nights flight over the Las Vegas Strip.

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Free booze, handed out by casinos to reward regular gamblers, is as much of a Las Vegas tradition as cheap buffets, showgirls in big production shows and free parking.But like free parking, gradually being removed from MGM Resorts International’s Las Vegas Strip properties this year, getting a free drink for throwing a few coins in a slot may become a thing of the past now that some Strip resorts have started using automated systems to determine who gets comped.

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Newkirk’s Notes

Hello From Las Vegas! – Winter seems thankfully over. If you are visiting in the next couple of weeks, lucky you as we’ll be well into the 60’s with the weekend of Feb. 10-12 cresting into the low 70’s!

The Expert’s Guide To In-N-Out Burger – The vaunted burger chain, known for their commitment to freshness and their sparse locations (primarily in CA, NV, AZ, UT and TX), has opened a location in The Linq. Previously, visitors had to hop a cab to locations just east of The Strip on Tropicana or Sahara.

First of all, the enjoy In-N-Out, you have to understand what it is and what it isn’t. A pretty routine comment of people trying it for the first time is “It’s just a burger”. Which is true. This is not Red Robin, one of those celeb chef burger restaurants, or even Shake Shack. Neither does it come with their pricing.

In-N-Out is a fast food burger, competing with McDonald’s, Burger King, Jack In The Box and similar. What sets it apart from the other fast food chains — many of which prep their food at central locations and then ship is frozen to their stores — is that everything is prepared fresh, in-house, and to order. Your burger has never been frozen, and doesn’t hit the grill until you order it. They use real potatoes which are cut on a device minutes before they hit the fryer.

Many are taken aback by their sparse menu. Burgers, fries, soft drinks, and shakes (made with real ice cream). What those “in the know” often do is order from their “secret menu”. They actually have a really wide variety of ways to prepare what they offer. We suggest pursuing In-N-Out Secret Menu Items for a pretty comprehensive photo-list of your options.

Finally, keep in mind that The Linq location features Strip-pricing. Just like the McDonalds on the other side of Harrah’s. It is still cheaper than a cab ride to be able to say “I’ve experienced In-N-Out Burger!”

So Much For That – It looks like The Raiders — and the much-needed stadium (Raiders or not) is a dead deal. Evidently, The Raiders set forth their desired operating agreement without taking into account the wishes or concerns of Venetian/Palazzo owner Sheldon Adelson. This was important because “Uncle Sheldon” was ponying up $650 million of the construction funds. Rumors abound that Sheldon eventually wanted ownership in the team, while the NFL was happier not having any deal of any kind involving someone in the casino industry.

The Raiders have been saying for at least a couple of weeks now that they would soldier on with the move even without Adelson, and cited a back-up funding deal with Goldman Sachs. A very plausible option since many analysts have suggested that the move to Las Vegas would greatly increase the value of the franchise.

However… the most recent word (as I write this) is that Goldman Sachs is backing out also. Why the sudden change of heart on their part? Some conjecture that Adelson — who is tight with the firm in a business sense — made a phone call.

Who loses? Visitors who could have planned a trip around big stadium events. Not just the NFL, but the other 30-40 events per year projected for the venue. Concerts which we don’t have the proper capacity event for, college football bowl games, festivals, European soccer, and similar. Not to mention that the stadium was going to be an ideal place for some of the bigger visiting conventions to hold an event which would accommodate all attendees in one place.

Who Wins? UNLV’s football team. The stadium funding included a requirement that UNLV get to use the stadium as their home field. In fact, one of the rubs Adelson brought up was that The Raiders wanted to be overly picky about UNLV’s home dates, even though college football is pretty much never played on Sunday and UNLV’s occupancy was part of the legislation.

Why does UNLV win? The legislation granting the stadium funding included a clause stating that IF the stadium wasn’t built, part of the money would still be used to help build UNLV a new venue.

Continued Quest For The Train To Nowhere – The high-speed train from Las Vegas to Victorville, California (look it up in your favorite mapping program) simply won’t die. Side Note: Why Victorville? The Cajon Pass just outside of Southern California is too steep and winds too much, hence defeating the purpose of a high-speed train.

They are now announcing that if and when the train ever gets built, it will have a stop at The Raider’s new stadium (just across the freeway from Mandalay Bay). Oh joy! So, Raiders fans from the LA area are going to drive their car 1/4 of the way to Las Vegas, park it (hopefully for free), and then pay to jump on a high-speed train for the rest of the ride?!?

Nevada had Harry Ried as one of the most powerful people in government for years, and we couldn’t even get an Amtrak route between Las Vegas and Los Angeles. For those with good memories: Yes, we had one two decades ago, but the route was from Los Angeles to Chicago, and the Las Vegas portion was not scheduled to be visitor friendly. A dedicated route that left each city at 8 AM for the 7 hour train ride might get some use. The rail line goes through (literally) the middle of nowhere and some stunning desert scenery along the way. International visitors are used to trains, often hit a number of cities in an entire region, and would most likely make good use of it.

Hope you are enjoying this issue!

Ted Newkirk, Publisher

Editor: Rick “VegasZiggy” Ziegler

Associate Editor, News Researcher, Concerts and Headliners: Amy Rayner-Cooley


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

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Encore Resort Tour With Steve Wynn

Take a brief video tour of Encore narrated by Steve Wynn. If you haven’t been up that way to visit yet, enjoy this great preview!

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Red Rock Canyon And Calico Tanks Hike Just Outside Of Las Vegas

In today’s Vlog I go to Red Rock Canyon and hike the Calico Tanks hike to the top of the mountain which overlooks the Las Vegas Strip. Red Rock Canyon, Calico Tanks hike is a moderate level hike which is 1.2 miles long to the top.

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“Human Place” Restaurant Guy Savoy At Caesars Palace

Reserve your chance to indulge in a moment, a taste, an elegant French meal you’ll savor forever at Restaurant Guy Savoy in Caesars Palace Las Vegas.


Members Mania

Just came back from back to back trips to Vegas – one for Thanksgiving and the other over Christmas. We stayed at Flamingo which we haven’t done in a couple years and have to say it was better than our last stay there (elevator upgrades!).

We usually stay at Harrah’s as the staff there is hard to beat. I wanted to give you a heads up about a show we saw that I have not seen or heard anyone talking about, The Bronx Wanderers. It is FANTASTIC!!! We are Diamond members with Total Rewards so our tickets were free but after seeing the show I would pay to see them again.

It is in a very intimate theater at Bally’s and they have a meet and greet after the show so you can interact with the show stars. Please, please, please let everyone know about this show as it is well worth everyone’s time and money if they love music!

Thank you and your staff for all your hard work!

Crystal


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