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Posted by on Oct 10, 2022 in Blog, Las Vegas | 0 comments

Are Casinos Making the Inequity Gap Worse?

 

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The rise of one casino and the fall of three others is called “progress.”  Perhaps in some ways, this is true.  But what will later become of those soon-to-be vacant lots?  How will that change the way we think of those “other” areas of town?

 

ARE CASINOS MAKING THE INEQUITY GAP WORSE?
A CLASS AND CASTE SYSTEM AND A TALE OF TWO CASINOS

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Posted by on Mar 16, 2022 in Blog, Las Vegas, Restaurant Reviews, Sports Betting, Travel | 0 comments

Las Vegas’ Best (and Worst) Foodie Spots for Sports Bettors

 

 

So, you want to enjoy a good meal but you also have to watch the ballgame, right?  Been there, myself.

If you’re “in action,” it’s always more fun to watch your money (hopefully win), and preferably with a big juicy ribeye.  I totally get it.

Unfortunately, while Las Vegas is the sports betting capital of the world, the restaurant and dining choices at (or adjacent to) most of the race and sportsbooks leave something to be desired.

Here’s another way of putting it:  They mostly suck.

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Posted by on Jan 31, 2022 in Blog, Las Vegas | 0 comments

The Failed Casino Ownership with No Shame: “Bankruptcy Barron” Apollo Trying to Return to Las Vegas

 

 

“Eleven months after the transaction was announced and more than a year after the death of Las Vegas Sands founder Sheldon Adelson, the Nevada Gaming Control Board will consider the sale of one of the gaming industry’s most high-profile Strip properties during a licensing hearing Wednesday in Las Vegas.

It won’t be a simple discussion, given Apollo’s 11-year controversial ownership of Caesars Entertainment.”

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