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Making Sense Of The Madness Las Vegas

The wildest betting extravaganza of the year descends on Las Vegas   There is nothing in the universe to rival the manic intensity of March Madness. From sun-up to sundown, frenzied bettors are wagering and watching hoops, watching hoops and wagering. The betting menus are endless. It seems like only yesterday that the Duke Blue […]

Experience the “M Life”

MGM Resorts International Invites You To Experience the “M Life”   To celebrate the debut of its new M Life loyalty program, MGM Resorts International has launched an 11-week contest called “Live the M Life Sweepstakes.” This promotion is handing out prizes that showcase the incredible range of hotel suites, entertainment and dining that are found within […]

City of Dreams – Las Vegas

With the opening of Aria, MGM Mirage hits an $8.5 billion high note By Glenn and Melissa Fine “The entirety of CityCenter, each individual component taken as a whole, comes together as one colossal, complex and completely engaging work of art.” Grand openings are not that unusual in Las Vegas. Despite the poor economy, despite […]

Reinventing the Deal – Red Rock

Station takes Red Rock to innovative new heights by Rob Wiser   On April 18, Station Casinos, the juggernaut of the Las Vegas locals gaming market, opened its 15th property in Southern Nevada. Officially titled Red Rock Casino Resort Spa—but commonly referred to as Red Rock Station—this $925-million property represents the company’s greatest achievement to […]

South Coast opens its doors, eyes locals and tourists

by Scott A. Aruti   The mesmerizing Western sun rises above the picture-perfect desert landscape, ushering in yet another beautiful Southern Nevada morning. Amongst the ever-growing suburban communities in the Las Vegas valley, the idyllic neighborhood of Silverado Ranch rests comfortably on the outer edge of the famed Las Vegas Strip’s southernmost stretch—gorgeous, sun-kissed days […]

Las Vegas Loses Another Landmark

From foot-long hot dogs to cheap drinks the Westward Ho leaves a legacy behind by Scott Aruti It was a glorious time. Dealers knew your name. Service was personal. You may have even rubbed elbows with a celebrity in the casino lounge. And while some may find this difficult to believe, the megaresort as it […]

Modern Mystical Marvel

Luxor, Las Vegas’ Egyptian-themed masterpiece, embarks on a new era By Rob Wiser The year was 1993 and it proved to be monumental for Nevada and Las Vegas. Money won by the state’s casinos topped the $6 billion mark. A trio of magnificent megaresorts opened: MGM Grand, the largest resort hotel in the world with […]

Vegas on $100 a day

Don’t Need Big Bucks to have a blast by Megan G. Downs Don’t get me wrong, I love my family-¬both immediate and extended. But after two weeks of continuous visiting and cooking three squares a day for what turned out to be a marathon mini family reunion, I needed a vacation. Alone. I didn’t have […]

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