Brothels are back and we've got all the scoop from "Cat House" star Air Force Amy, just about the most famous sex worker in the history of Vegas.
Also, exclusive news about the sale of Plams to the San Manuel tribe.
Plus, all the news you can abuse before your next visit.
It's a hell-ton of Vegas!
We chat with the G.M. of M Resort about the new Raiders Tavern & Grill, the owner of the new Pinball Hall of Fame, the owner of The 35 Cinema and take a victory lap because our lawsuit is finally resolved (hint: we beat their ass).
Let's talk Vegas recovery, Omega Mart at Area 15, a new Circa sportsbook at Tuscany, the demise of Plaza's Greyhound station and how famous we reportedly are.
We've got interviews with Virgin Las Vegas CEO Richard Bosworth and Tim Arnold, head honcho of the Pinball Hall of Fame, and a slew of Vegas scoop and news.
We also share our platform should we ever run for Governor. Yeah, right.
This is part two of our cavalcade of exclusive interviews with Circa's VIPs, including two V.P.s and all the folks involved with Circa's five restaurants.
We also chat with Ross Mollison, producer of "Absinthe."
We've got a review of Tailgate Social at Palace Station, and other goodies to keep you connected to Las Vegas during these "fluid" times.
This is the episode with only great news! Sound impossible? Wrong.
First, we take some glee in the fact we beat a billionaire's ass in court. Sahara's baseless lawsuit against us was dismissed and we're in the mood to celebrate.
We're also celebrating the opening of Circa Las Vegas. We snagged interviews with co-owners Derek and Greg Stevens, and also chatted with YESCO, the company that renovated Vegas Vickie.
It's time to shove a Vegas party in your earholes. Like you have anything better to do.
Just the usual.
Musings and meanderings.
News and reviews.
And a list of places we're going when we get video poker bars back.
It's been a minute, but we've loaded up this episode with all the scoop you need to catch up on what's been happening in Las Vegas during your absence.
We interview Richard "Boz" Bosworth, CEO of JC Hospitality, about how things are going at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas (formerly Hard Rock).
We also touch base with the "Mayor of Fremont East," Ryan Doherty. Doherty talks about his two new places, Discopussy and Lucky Day, plus what's next for Fremont East.
There's also a hell-ton of updates on the weird state of Las Vegas.
Take a listen.