Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 59: “Circus 1903,” Weekend Box and a Cavalcade of Scoop

In this installment of the Vital Vegas Podcast, we do what we do best. We apologize for putting out such a mediocre podcast!

While we’re at it, we slap together our thoughts about Circus 1903 at Paris, the new Golden Gate expansion, rumors the Fontainebleu is sold, the passing of Jerry Lewis, Richard Marx at Flamingo, changes at Cromwell and so much less.

Golden Gate expansion

Golden Gate’s new casino area features a tower of TVs reflected by 468 mirrors.

We also dive headlong into The Weekend Box, a virtual buffet of products aimed at “cannabis tourists.”

The fun continues with a plethora of insider skinny and news about all things Las Vegas.

This episode is redeemed by an interview with Rick Spurlock, Director of Slot Operations at Binion’s. The classic casino has relocated its live poker area, and Spurlock shares some intriguing plans for the casino’s former poker room.

Binion's poker room

Take a listen for exclusive details about plans for the former poker room at Binion’s.

You won’t want to miss this meandering, Captain Morgan-fueled episode of the podcast once described as “unlistenable” by an unbelievably astute iTunes reviewer.

2 thoughts on “Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 59: “Circus 1903,” Weekend Box and a Cavalcade of Scoop

  1. Funkhouser

    Dedicated readers of this blog and followers of the VV podcast expect nothing less than a mediocre effort Scott! The Golden Gate Wonder Tower is the coolest WTF were they thinking design choice I have seen in over 10 years. While the styling elements are really cool, I can’t think of a more worse location then over a bank of extended height slot machines. Do you really want to play Buffalo knowing that 100 people at any given time are staring at your back?


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