If it weren't about Vegas, it wouldn't be in the name of the podcast.
We talk news, history and the things that get us in the mood to Vegas.
Get the scoop about the Circus Circus pool expansion, the Las Rageous music festival, All Net Arena and Hakkasan taking over casino bars.
This week's listicle: "10 Things Infinitely More Entertaining and Profitable Than eSports."
It's one of our most rambly episodes yet!
Learn how to avoid disappointment with a Las Vegas prostitute. For starters.
We talk Ellis Island, Monte Carlo, Neon Museum, The Dome at Downtown Container Park, casino credit lines and other awful ideas.
There's a listicle, like it or not.
We're drunk, so you know it was a good one.
There's a good chance this is our longest show, ever, and not in a bad way, probably
We've got an interview with Vincent Rotolo, General Manager of downtown's new Evel Pie.
We also talk about the new skill-based slot machines at Planet Hollywood, as well as other Las Vegas adventures.
There's a ton of news, 15 fascinating facts about Las Vegas visitors, a chat with a listener, and some Las Vegas history about Tropicana turning 60.
It's everything you want from a Las Vegas podcast and less!
It's all the Vegas you can carry!
We chat with cast members of "Majestik Burlesque," a show at Royal Resort.
There's also a metric hell-ton of news and Las Vegas history, at least a small fraction of which is worth listening to.
We've drunk chat with a listener, and catch up with Chris, the man behind the Faces and Aces podcast.
Our "Listicle of the Week" showcases the high-tech security used by Las Vegas casinos.
Take a listen, already.
This week's episode may very well have too much Vegas!
We chat with a co-owner of the new Axe Monkeys, a fun place to show off your hatchet-throwing skills for bragging rights.
We also come dangerously close to escaping from an escape room at Escapology.
There's also a chat with the chef responsible for Project BBQ, a new pop-up barbecue joint on Fremont Street.
You won't want to miss this week's listicle, the subject of which has slipped our mind because we drink during the show.
Plus, hear our interview with a listener. Yes, this show has at least one listener.
There's so much news and history in this episode, you should probably loosen your belt!
This week's show gets classed up by a true musical legend, Neil Sedaka.
Also, Big Elvis gets a star on the Las Vegas Walk of Stars.
We share a juicy rumor about Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas. (Spoiler alert: It's likely to be sold soon.)
We've also got scoop about the new eSports arena at Neonopolis, as well as all the latest Las Vegas news you could care less about.
There's a double dose of the "Listicle of the Week," and Las Vegas history up the wazoo.
Take a listen, already.
In this week's show, we chat with straight shooter John Curtas, longtime Vegas food critic and co-author of "Eating Las Vegas."
We've also got the usual Las Vegas news, history and WTF.
Oh, and 10 predictions for your next Las Vegas visit. From Pappy. Long story.
It's one of our girthiest episodes, ever.
We've got an exclusive interview with the two cast members from "Puppetry of the Penis" and a chat with the owner of the new Jared's Old-Fashioned Hot Dogs & Hamburgers at Pawn Plaza.
Hear the inside scoop behind all the latest news in Las Vegas, and get a double dose of the "Listicle of the Week."
History, gambling tales, fun facts and more. Take a listen.
This episode goes off-script as we bring you a panel discussion featuring five downtown casino bosses.
These are some of the players who make downtown Las Vegas what it is, and what it will be: Jonathan Jossel (Plaza), Seth Schorr (Downtown Grand), Derek Stevens (The D, Golden Gate), Jim Sullivan (Fremont) and Joe Woody (El Cortez).
The host of the discussion is Patrick Hughes, President of Fremont Street Experience. That's where we work as our day gig, btw.
Enjoy a virtually host-free installment of the Vital Vegas Podcast, and not just because we're hung over and too lazy to do a regular episode. Probably.
This week's show is bursting with Las Vegas culture, among other things.
We share our invaluable thoughts about "Baz" at Palazzo and "Le Reve" at Wynn, and we've got an exclusive interview with the owner of the first Chick-fil-A in Las Vegas.
This week's history covers the weird relationship between Las Vegas and atomic weapons.
Our "Listicle of the Week" includes everything you need to know when choosing a Las Vegas Hotel room for the best sex.
Join in the conversation, and by "join," of course, we mean you listen, we talk. It just works best that way.