There's Pappy. Just listen.
How much Vegas can a single podcast episode hold? This much.
First, we talk to Albert Tabola of Ardent Progressive Systems & Games. He's got the latest on comp drink validation systems and a new machine set to give Sigma Derby a run for its money.
We also get the latest from Derek Stevens (owner of The D and Golden Gate) about the upcoming demolition of a full block on Fremont Street.
It's all the latest news from the city that never sleeps, although it nods off a lot after drinking too damned much.
This Vital Vegas Podcast episode isn't just long and unlistenable, it can also be used as a floatation device!
This week, we've got an interview with the General Manager of the recently-renovated Palm restaurant at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
There's also a slew of Las Vegas news to keep you in the loop.
You'll also get some Vegas history, a listicle and a preview of a new TV show, "L.A. to Vegas."
Listen. Learn. And, finally, be thankful for any hearing impairment you might have.
Oh, yes, we finally get to chat with a Las Vegas escort! Learn more about the business and art of being in the Las Vegas sex industry from Nikki.
Beyond the sex talk, we get into the usual trouble for our 50th episode (hence the "gold" reference), the final show of our first season.
We talk news, history, listicles, iTunes reviews and more.
Just listen. It's more than than doing your lawn. (Actual results may vary.)
Can there ever be too much Vegas? We're about to find out!
First up, we've got an interview with casino owner and cool cat Derek Stevens.
Next, we speak with Christina Ellis for all the latest news at Ellis Island.
We've got a review of the Impossible Burger at Andrea's inside Encore, and all the Sin City skinny you can handle.
It's news, it's history, it's pointless rambling just the way you like your pointless rambling. On point!
Listicle of the week: 10 Places in Las Vegas We'll Probably Never Go Again.
Listen up, it's time for the Vital Vegas podcast, already.
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!