June 21, 2017 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Las Vegas Shows

Due to popular demand, Cindy Williams will extend her run as a guest star in Menopause The Musical® at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Originally scheduled to perform through May 29, Williams has received such a positive audience response that show producers have asked her to continue performing for an additional three months through Sept. 2, 2017.

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Las Vegas Dining

Pink Taco, the mega-hip Mexican cantina at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas,has launched new, irresistible brunch and happy hour menus crafted by distinguished chef Crystal Parker. Featuring bold, authentic flavors, residents, visitors and foodies alike can enjoy mouthwatering cuisine inside the Día de los Muertos decorated cantina or outside on the chic patio overlooking Hard Rock Hotel’s world-famous pool scene.

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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

The first gallery in the world to focus solely on food photography by a single artist is now open. Introducing the Modernist Cuisine Gallery, where the groundbreaking works of photographer, chef, scientist, and author Nathan Myrhvold transports beholders to the intersection of fine art, food photography, and science. Located at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, the gallery sells limited-edition prints of food photography taken by Myhrvold and found in the books he has authored: Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science, Modernist Cuisine at Home, The Photography of Modernist Cuisine, and the forthcoming Modernist Bread, on sale fall 2017.

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Las Vegas Gambling

Keno has made its official debut at the Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas.

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Newkirk’s Notes

Hello From Las Vegas! – We hit 117 on Tuesday, which tied the record for the third time ever. I’ve been here for all three ties, but wasn’t here (nor born) in 1942 when it was first set. As I write this, it is Wednesday afternoon, and only 110F, which really isn’t that bad. Temps should be dropping back to normal as we get into next week.

I did have a bit of a scare yesterday when I lost power and it was still 113 out. Power came back in 5 minutes, which I was very thankful for. Outages like that happen a few times a year, and are presumably linked to part of the grid being shut down for a quick repair or transformer swap-out.

I’ve been keeping an eye on NV Energy’s Outage Website, and have to say that our power company does a remarkable job of keeping the juice on, even in record heat (which blows old transformers) or in high winds. Most outages today have a 3 hour resolve window. Granted, we have smart meters. Which means they know exactly when and where power is lost.

Don’t get me wrong: Three hours is a LONG TIME to go without AC in this heat. In the five minutes I didn’t have power, the temp in my home jumped 2 degrees!

Despite the heat, plenty of people continue to visit the Las Vegas sign for photos! At 117F out yesterday, I checked the Las Vegas Sign Live Cam and there was a group of people waiting for their photo op!

Las Vegas Strip Churches Keep Parking Free – Few take note, but the Las Vegas Strip (generally speaking), is home to two churches: Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer sits across from Mandalay Bay, and Guardian Angel Cathedral is just north of Wynn Las Vegas. Both do not mind people parking in their lots as long as they respect the lot hours. Although ironically enough, Wynn and Tropicana (just north of Shrine) still offer free lot parking. In keeping with the tradition of Las Vegas, Shrine of the Most Holy Redeemer even has a gift shop! Click For Details

219 Miles Per Hour – Nevada is one of the very few states which still allows an open speed event on a state highway. Route 318 starts just about two hours north of Las Vegas, and a 90 mile stretch is designated for the run each year. The most recent winner also set an open road speed record in the process. The speed? 219 miles-per-hour. You may be thinking that at some point in the race, he made it up to 219, right? Nope. He AVERAGED 129 over the course of 90 miles, covering the entire distance in less than 25 minutes. Wow!

Here’s a quick clip:

Just for a comparison, the jet you fly into Las Vegas on is doing about 160 MPH (140 knots) upon landing and take-off.

Delish.com Best Nevada Sports Bar – I was going to tell you that the best sports bar was an easy walk from The Strip. But, I just heard they closed! (They have locations in other parts of town, but all in the suburbs). BJ’s Cocktail lounge was on Tropicana, just past the end of the MGM parking garage. As more of you don’t mind getting just off The Strip to play and eat like the locals (at local’s prices), we’ll be featuring these bar and grills.

Third Fastest Growing – Las Vegas is the third-fasted growing metro area in the country. Only Austin and Orlando are growing at a faster pace. Orlando also continues to barely edge us out for conventions. And yes, Las Vegas has enough water to keep growing. Due to restrictions on lawns and outdoor watering, we’re staying well within our allotment. Arizona would take the first cuts to their agriculture industry if things get really bad.

Medical Leave – I noted a few weeks ago I may (or may not) have to take a 2-3 week medical leave coming up, and what that means to fulfilling your subscriptions:

1. We publish three times per month, somewhat as information gets gathered.

2. I am not in 6 issues per year anyway, to take time for management issues, needed time off, and similar.

3. Even when I am not in the issue, we still put out an otherwise full issue of needed news, our extensive Deals list, links to savings on hotels and shows, and similar. I’m flattered, but it isn’t always all about me!

4. We always have our double-for-nothing guarantee. If you honestly feel that you didn’t get the value you paid for when it comes renewal time, and you let us know (I do appreciate constructive criticism), we will renew you for the second year at no cost.

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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Lucky Dragon Sculpture Installation Time-Lapse

Watch the installation of beautiful dragon glass sculpture being installed over the course of two weeks at the new Lucky Dragon casino. The Lucky Dragon is Las Vegas’ newest hotel casino, located (more or less) across the intersection from SLS on the Las Vegas Strip.

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A Drive Up The Las Vegas Strip! Time-Lapse

This drive begins on Interstate 215, and soon exits onto Las Vegas Boulevard, AKA “The Strip”. I drove up the strip into Downtown Las Vegas, then wandered around a bit until finding my way over to Interstate 15, for the drive out of town.

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48 Hours In Las Vegas

Millenial Life Crisis documents their 48 hour trip to Las Vegas!


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Las Vegas Shows

In recognition of their 100th performance at Harrah’s Las Vegas, May 24, the cast and crew of TENORS OF ROCK celebrated the momentous milestone with a rock ‘n’ roll-inspired cake presentation onstage after the show. Following a standing ovation conclusion to the high-energy performance, the full company gathered onstage for photos and to share laughter-filled stories from the production’s run thus far.

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Las Vegas Dining

It’s an overlooked gem of a restaurant at an overlooked gem of a Las Vegas resort. Cleo at SLS Las Vegas is a must-try, and chances are you haven’t been there yet. Cleo has been around since SLS Las Vegas opened at around midnight on August 22, 2014.

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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

Maverick Helicopters took home its eighth consecutive award for Best Air Tour from the Southern Nevada Hotel Concierge Association’s (SNHCA) Concierge Choice Awards. The company was honored during the Choice Awards Gala on Sunday, April 30 at Omnia Nightclub.

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Las Vegas Gambling

Talk to people who study, market and design slot machines, and you quickly realize that many of the ideas players have about their inner workings and how jackpots are paid are myths. The Las Vegas Sun spoke to three experts to learn the top myths about slots and what the truth really is.

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Las Vegas Hotels

Calling all sunseekers! With temperatures heating up, Circus Circus Las Vegas is a cool place to stay, play and chill out with a new, exhilarating pool experience for hotel guests. Splash Zone, the expanded pool complex, includes three water slides, water features for all ages, new seating options and a mobile food truck.

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Las Vegas Sports


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Newkirk’s Notes

Hello From Las Vegas! – Oh my, it is going to be hot. Blazing hot. Record-setting hot. ALL of next week is slated to be 110F for a high, with M-F ringing in at 112, 112, 113, 113, 111, and 110. I love the desert, but I’ll be very, very, very honest: The difference between hot and really scorching is 111.

Phoenix is going to be even worse. They expect to hit 118 on June 19 and 119 on June 20. Here’s an interesting fact about Phoenix: They have to shut down their airport for heat if it hits (I believe) 121 or 122. The air simply gets too thin to provide airplanes the lift they need to fly properly and safely. If you are flying in (or out) during this pending heat streak, you will run higher risk of being bumped. So, arrive early and/or pan to volunteer for a later flight and pick up a voucher (or whatever they are offering).

Hydration is very important here all summer long, but will be especially important during this stretch. Your body will be losing water rapidly, but the humidity will be so low that you won’t feel the sweat which normally triggers you to understanding you are getting dehydrated. Here’s a couple of very important, potentially life-saving tips:

1. The water coming out of your hotel room tap is safe to drink. It is the same water that comes out of my tap. It has a taste to it because our area is very high in minerals (hence that white ring around Lake Mead). But if it comes down to having a bad hangover or dealing with not feeling well from dehydration, or drinking so-so tasting water, get hydrating.

2. Bottled water at hotels is expensive, and a CVS might not be right around the corner. If you are ordering a drink, it is absolutely acceptable for you to order an ice water to go with it at no extra charge. I tell them “Please also give me an ice water in a pint glass, filled about 1/2 full of ice”. By the time your cocktail is gone, so should the pint of ice water. Do that, and you’ll avoid a world of hurt.

My other tip is to wear tennis shoes instead of flip-flops. (I’m a huge flip-flop wearer. I must have 15 pairs). The sidewalk really does get hot enough to fry an egg on in that kind of weather. Contact with it CAN cause a burn. A broken flip-flop could be serious as you try to hop along without walking on the sidewalk.

New Free Downtown Shuttle Circulator – Downtown and Fremont Street have gotten even more inviting and visitor-friendly with a new free shuttle. Yes, while everything on The Strip gets more expensive, the City Of Las Vegas is going to test a free transportation option. The magenta (they look pink) shuttles are 28 feet long, and hard to miss. They run in a loop starting at The Plaza, and then moving on to Mob Museum, Container Park, Pawn Stars, the Arts district, and the North Premium Outlets (not be be confused with the South Premium outlets, which are down south of the car rental complex south of The Strip).

So, if you’ve ever heard about these locations and the distance was daunting or you weren’t sure if it was worth the taxi/Uber fare, you have no excuses left!

North Strip Changes – Resorts World (former Stardust land) has hired a head honcho and they say construction cranes will be active by the end of summer. One can hope! This will be the first huge themed resort built in Las Vegas in a long, long time. (A nod to the recently opened Lucky Dragon, which is themed, but very much more of a boutique hotel. Not a mega-resort). And…

For those who missed it, an Reno casino operator has bought the SLS. We’re hoping that 1. He returns The Sahara name to the property. This is just the right thing to do. What the heck is an SLS? Even places like M Resorts and The D were named after the owners at the time. 2. He brings some Reno value to The Strip. Imagine a Strip hotel with $5 limits, reasonably priced (for the quality) restaurants, and basic cocktails that don’t require a second mortgage. How cool would that be?

A Safer Strip – Clark County is spending $5 million to put up silver, round traffic barriers along parts of The Strip where there are no barriers between the sidewalk and street. (Think along the Bellagio fountains as an example). In the past few years, we’ve twice had a car swerve up onto The Strip sidewalk and injure or kill pedestrians.

When you add in the fact that running over pedestrians as a terrorism tactic around the world is on the rise, this is a wise and needed move which shouldn’t detract from the aesthetics you know and love. The barriers will stop a vehicle up to 15,000 pounds moving at 50 mph. Given modern traffic in the tourism area, getting a car to 50 mph on The Strip anytime except the middle of the night is an impossibility anyway.

It’s Nice To Be Dana – Those even remotely familiar with the Las Vegas based UFC have heard of it’s over-the-top leader/founder Dana White. Fresh with his cut of the cash from the somewhat recent sale of the company, he’s been on a neighborhood buying spree, buying up three homes which already surround his own. You can see them in the center of this Google Maps link. They are the four homes clustered to the right of Pine Island Ct. and north of Trophy Hills Drive.

According to Zillow, the combined four homes are worth right around $8 million, which is pocket-change for Mr. White. How many of us would like to buy out our neighbors! (I have a vacant house next door, and I sure wish I could afford to scoop it up). By the way, we’re not revealing anything secret here. Mr. White’s residence is not a secret. And, trying to knock on his door would be foolish. IF you made it past the guard at the gate, someone of his stature usually has personal security. Plus, I wouldn’t want to run into Dana in a dark ally. He’s the kind of guy who can handle himself.

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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Las Vegas North Premium Outlets

Las Vegas means many things- including shopping. This is a video tour of the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets in the Las Vegas downtown area. The new free downtown Las Vegas shuttle will get you to the mall from the Fremont Street Experience. The shuttle stops at The Plaza and in front of Mob Museum. You can’t miss it. It is pink!

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Cessna Citation Flight To Las Vegas And Hoover Dam Historic Train Tunnels

Pilot Vlog 133. A day in the life of a corporate pilot where I’m flying The Cessna Citation XLS on a three day trip to Las Vegas. We land at the Las Vegas McCarran airport. The next morning we have a day free and take a hike along a Historic Railroad Trail in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.Day three is our return flight to the Spirit of Saint Louis airport. The video includes the takeoff and landing for each flight as well as some of the ATC conversations. Just another day in the life of a corporate pilot.

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Inside Binion’s Hotel Tower…Closed Since 2009!

Most people are not aware that Binion’s Hotel officially closed all 366 rooms in December of 2009! Colin and I went to see the rooftop pool deck that is STILL IN USE for the guests of 4 Queens Hotel & Casino, and stumbled upon a Binion’s Room & Suite that was open. What’s next for Binion’s Tower?


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    Keep in mind that specials are always subject to change. That is why we list the phone number for each restaurant or bar. Please DO call ahead to confirm the offer continues to be valid. Players Card May Be Required For Some Specials. If you find an offer that has ended, alert us at [email protected] and we’ll give you 50% off your membership dues next year for the help if you are the first to report it!

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Latest Concerts Added
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June 7, 2017 AccessVegas.com Insider Vibe

Las Vegas Shows

Star light, star bright, the first star we’ll see tonight is… J.Lo. Things get a lot brighter on the Las Vegas Strip on May 24 when Jennifer Lopez’s Las Vegas show returns to The AXIS inside Planet Hollywood. And we’re not just talking about all the bling on the stage.

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Las Vegas Dining

Afternoon tea may seem like an oh-so-English undertaking , but the Irish know a thing or two about it as well. At Ri Ra they take tea very seriously, ensuring everything from place setting to decor is up to snuff. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, Ri Ra serves finger sandwiches, fruit scones and miniature desserts such as napoleons, raspberry roulade, fruit tartlets and chocolate-dipped macaroons.

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Las Vegas Tours And Attractions

Today kicks off the Grand Canyon’s North Rim’s season after damage to the Grand Canyon water pipeline was repaired ahead of schedule. Nearly 400 feet of the water pipeline were found damaged or missing earlier this spring. The damage was caused by rockslides as a result from heavy winter storms.

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Las Vegas Gambling

A small Strip casino was the site of a jackpot of more than $300,000 over the weekend in Las Vegas. The jackpot was won on an IGT “Wheel of Fortune pink diamonds” machine on Saturday at the Casino Royale on the center Strip. The actual amount was nearly $304,000, according to an email from an IGT spokeswoman.

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Las Vegas Hotels

Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ:CZR) (“Caesars Entertainment”) today announced that, as part of its continued commitment to providing guests with the best possible experience, the company will be launching a $90 million complete renovation of 1,270 rooms at Flamingo Las Vegas.

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Other Las Vegas News

No surprise here – a recent WalletHub study named Las Vegas the Best Summer Vacation Spot of 2017. The study compared 80 of the most popular vacation destinations in the U.S. across 38 key metrics including the cost of the cheapest flight, the number of attractions, and the average price of a two-person meal.

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Newkirk’s Notes

Ted is busy this week helping finish the new members area we’ve been telling you about. You’ll be contacted by us in the next 2-3 weeks with your information regarding logging in, and having years worth of Las Vegas advice, tips, and tricks at your fingertips!

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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Topgolf Las Vegas Is The Biggest In The World!

We visited the TopGolf located next to the MGM Las Vegas, and this is the largest TopGolf in the World. It offers over 100 golfing bays, 2 pools, a gaming courtyard, meeting rooms & a Bar from the Riviera Hotel & Casino!

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Pioneer Saloon In Goodsprings, NV

Having a burger and a beer at a supposedly haunted biker bar on the CA/NV border, where Clark Gable once suffered.

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8 Reasons You Should Move To Las Vegas

Thinking of relocating here? Jacob Orth gives you his thoughts.


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  • Vegas Super Secret Specials Spreadsheet is available here:

    Spreadsheet Version
    or
    HTML / Webpage Version

    Either click to view or right-click to download. It is growing each week, so always check out the latest edition!

    Keep in mind that specials are always subject to change. That is why we list the phone number for each restaurant or bar. Please DO call ahead to confirm the offer continues to be valid. Players Card May Be Required For Some Specials. If you find an offer that has ended, alert us at [email protected] and we’ll give you 50% off your membership dues next year for the help if you are the first to report it!

  • Our “Your Guy In Vegas” Feature – Got a Vegas question? Instead of spending too much time looking up information you might not be certain about, fire it to us! We live here, we know Las Vegas, and we’ll give you a professional answer! (Some restrictions apply). Email [email protected] and put Paid Subscriber in the subject line. That is also where to send us trip reports, Vegas feedback (good and bad) and more.
  • Members Mania! – We share the answers to great Vegas questions with all of our Premium Members, helping everyone who pitches in with a premium membership. Plus great visitor feedback that you can learn from. This will be right here in almost every issue.
  • The True Inside ScoopAccessVegas.com CEO Ted Newkirk has been writing “Newkirk’s Notes” for upwards of two decades, giving members the true inside guide to everything that is going on in Las Vegas. Valuable information from someone in the know to save you time and money!  This will be right here in almost every issue.

Latest Concerts Added
This Week!

There is no better place to see your favorite acts then in Las Vegas! You’re relaxed, can enjoy a fine meal, have some cocktails without the worry of driving, and no alarm is going to jar you awake all too early the next morning.

Click For Tickets To All
Las Vegas Shows & Concerts




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