We blather, you play the show on 2x speed. Rude.
It's time for a virtual deluge of Las Vegas news and exclusive commentary about what's happening in the world's most exciting city besides Amsterdam. We took a little time off, so there's a lot to share. Not just the stories every other bonehead reports when they get a news release. The stories behind the stories and the stories hiding under the ottoman. The juicy stuff. The nitty-gritty. The scoop. Plus lots of wild speculation and fooltommery, which isn't a thing, but it will be, just watch.
As if the world weren't already full of words, here are more. Many of these are related to Las Vegas.
We love us some Fremont Street, so we interviewed one of the ringmasters of this popular downtown circus. Andrew Simon is the President and CEO of Fremont Street Experience. Simon talks about the destination's free concert series, along with some questions we hear often from Las Vegas visitors.
There's also the usual rambling, about the Oakland A's and such, as well as a listicle about cheap eats on Fremont Street.
In what we claim is our briefest episode, ever, we talk about a former Bally's hotel tower, the Jubilee tower, being absorbed into Paris Las Vegas. As the kids say, serious scoop.
There's also some news and a listicle, but we can't do everything well. We are a generalist.
Just listen, then go to Twitter and give us a passionate opinion we can ignore because we are very busy and important.
In this completely inoffensive episode, we chat with the Director of Innovation at Station Casinos about STN Charms. We'll also get a construction update from Plaza CEO Jonathan Jossel.
We keep the rambling to a minimum for a change, so dive right in.
In this episode, we chat with Kenny Epstein, owner of El Cortez, a downtown casino with a vibe all its own. We get more insights from the General Manager of El Cortez, Adam Wiesberg.
Plus, there's all the Vegas news and views you can stuff into your insatiable maw. Which would make a pretty good bad name.
We could not be less interested in describing this episode. Enjoy!
Don't act surprised it didn't take six months for us to do a new episode!
This installment is jam-packed with all the usual nonsense, including a reminder we are too busy to write detailed descriptions of what's in a given episode.