A Holiday Gift of Knowledge For You-FREE

shutterstock_274516823 (1)If You Are A True Vegas Lover You Need These Resources

We realize that some people love Las Vegas mainly for just one or two things. It may be the gaming, all the slots and various table games. Or, it may be the night life that is filled with the incredible clubs and 5-Star shows. Everyone has different reasons for coming to Vegas. Some, just want to leave the planet for a few days and a trip to Vegas comes close.

Today’s article is created for those who are interested in developing a more comprehensive knowledge about Las Vegas. We have put together a fairly comprehensive list of resources for these people. There is nothing boring about this city. Its history, its people, its trivia, and its many opportunities to be entertained and have fun like no other place keeps interest high.

We recommend that you put this article in your favorites list or print out a hard copy. Then, when you plan your next trip to Las Vegas, you will have all the resources that you need.

History Resources:







Chronicles of Old Las Vegas by James Roman

Las Vegas Legends by Greg Nieman (One of our favorites)

It happened in Las Vegas by Paul W. Papa

Las Vegas by Thomas “Taj” Ainlay Jr. and Judy Dixon Gabaldon

Las Vegas: The Great American Playground by Robert D. McCraken

Nevada Yesterdays by Frank Wright (Frank Wright is one of Vegas’ most respected historians)

Young Las Vegas by Joan Burkhart Whitely

Discounts and Deals (Amazon has these)

2016 Entertainment Book for Las Vegas

2016 American Casino Guide


2016 American Casino Guide

Gambling For Dummies

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News (Available online)

Las Vegas Review Journal

Las Vegas Sun

Current Updates on Hotels, Day Trips, Food, and More (Available at Amazon_

2016 Las Vegas by Fodor’s Travel


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