08 Sep 2015

Blackjack Is A Beatable Game-Learn to Win!

Gambling is gambling and the house always has an edge, but you can better your chances to beat blackjack by learning some basics. The following, are a few tips that should help you win more money and keep the house edge down low. Blackjack is one table game that is

0
07 Sep 2015

Cops Attacked in Las Vegas

  The war against our police officers is ongoing. The latest attacks occurred in Las Vegas over the weekend. The latest took place at the intersection of Tropicana and Nellis early Sunday morning. The suspect is in custody. The wounded officer is expected to fully recover with a wound in

0
07 Sep 2015

Good At Vegas Trivia? Did You Know This?

There are entire books and websites dedicated to sharing Vegas trivia. These little historical facts and tidbits help people understand why Vegas is such a fun and fascinating place. We will share some of this trivia as a regular part of this site. As you learn, laugh, or marvel, you will come to understand why Las Vegas is the

0
06 Sep 2015

Boutique Hotels Are A Popular Option in Vegas

Las Vegas has recovered from the economic crash of 2008. Building has resumed both in the housing and commercial markets and there is a new trend emerging. One trend that visitors may not notice at first is the increase of boutique hotels that are appearing all over the strip. These hotels

0
05 Sep 2015

A Big Mistake That Vegas Visitors Make

We don’t know if there are any statistics on how many Vegas visitors make this one big mistake. It is one mistake that can cost a visitor money, and like in my case, a good dose of misery. Read this short article and ensure you never suffer as I did. Whenever you plan

0
05 Sep 2015

Las Vegas Sin City?

There are a lot of misconceptions about Las Vegas partly because it promotes itself as “Sin City.” No doubt, Vegas has its seedy side, but it also offers a large array of other attractions, sites, and activities to enjoy. For example, there are many museums such as the Mob Museum,

0
05 Sep 2015

Two Historic Casinos Close

In May 4th of this year the Riviera Hotel and Casino closed its doors forever. The property was purchased by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority for $182,500,000. It will be imploded sometime in 2016, but no earlier than February. The Riviera was a 60 year survivor on the

0
05 Sep 2015

The Early-Explorers, Mormons, and Indians

After the arrival of the early visitors in the Valley in 1829, interest, settlement, and exploration of the Las Vegas area began to increase over the next seventy-five years. It was still a very slow growth situation. Las Vegas didn’t really gain a large population until well into the late

0
04 Sep 2015

Don’t Miss the Mob Museum

The Mob Museum on Stewart Avenue, two streets north of Fremont, opened on Valentine’s Day 2012. It is a wonderful and affordable attraction well worth the money. Tickets start at $19.95 online with reduced rates for Seniors, Nevada residents, and children. You can spend an hour going through or all day. There

0
04 Sep 2015

Does It Matter Where You Gamble?

Where is the best place to gamble? This is a common question. The answer is, it depends. The first question one needs to answer is what size is the bankroll.? Then, what games will be played? Let’s start with slots. If over your stay in Vegas you intend to only

0