Why visit Salud? Because commitment, quality, value, and friendliness should be rewarded.
Salud Mexican Bistro and Tequileria is a new restaurant on West Sahara near the Cimmaron intersection located halfway between Buffalo and Durango. Longtime Las Vegas locals might remember this storefront as the spot where Rosemary’s restaurant used to be, which sadly shuttered its doors about ten years ago.
I have four words to say to the nice folks at Salud: Welcome to the neighborhood.
The sexes aren’t just different biologically. The sexes are divided by a chasm — those who live in safety versus those who do not. Most men can walk the streets at night. Men answer their doorbells without feeling panic. Men step onto an elevator and don’t worry about who’s on board. Men are free to live their lives without fear. Women don’t have this luxury of being careless. Women need to be on the lookout at all times. Women must on the defensive, always, not only wherever they go, but who they talk to and what vibes they give off. Women must be cautious, even inside their own homes. While men are free, women are not.
The Duke of Fremont Street is a cathedral to class.
If you’ve been around Las Vegas for any length of time, it’s likely you’ve seen the dapper gentleman dressed to the limit. If not, then perhaps the 1938 Cadillac caught your attention. From his earliest origins spent gambling along the Mississippi River all the way to the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip, the Duke has been there and always seems to be closing a deal.
In this 25-minute interview, I sat down with the Duke where we talked about his life, what he thinks of Las Vegas and casinos today, and where he thinks we’re all headed. No surprise, the Duke delivers. He holds nothing back. He sounds just as cool as he looks.
Given a national tidal wave of retailer bankruptcies and thousands of store closures, why does the Las Vegas Strip defy all odds and increasingly look like the new Mall of America?
Las Vegas used to be called “Sin City.”
Now, it’s “Shopping City.”
Every big city in America has its own peculiar set of rules for driving a car: