Vital Vegas Podcast, Episode 99: Stop, Inebriate and Listen

It’s time for another installment of the supremely skippable Vital Vegas Podcast.

We cover the whole gamut of Las Vegas news, several gamuts if we’re being completely honest.

We talk about the Caesars and Eldorado merger, of course, including the wild speculation and poorly researched opinions for which we have become so well known among residents of correctional centers.

Caesars Palace fountains

By the time you listen to this podcast, Caesars Entertainment could be a very different thing.

There’s also talk about Vic & Anthony’s at Golden Nugget, tons of news at SLS (soon to be renamed Sahara), Apex and Kaos at Palms and an upcoming partnership between Virgin Hotel and Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment. See more.

Our listicle of the week floats “10 Great Gifts for People Who Love Las Vegas.” Fair warning: At least one of the gifts can be used as a murder weapon.

Ready to get pumped full of Las Vegas in a fully consensual context? We’ve got this!

6 thoughts on “Vital Vegas Podcast, Episode 99: Stop, Inebriate and Listen

  1. John R Tarasar

    Do you have any idea what is going on on top of the Venetian?? POOL? Two large cranes have been working there for about a YEAR. Can you find out and put the info in your podcast AND/OR email me at:
    JackTarasar@yahoo.com
    I am a big fan of your blog and podcast. I particularly like how funny and UN Politically Correct Scott Roeben is. That is refreshing in an era where many people are offended by most everything, so most companies and news orgs. feel they must watch their P’s & Q’s and walk on broken glass.

    Reply
      1. JACK TARASAR

        My pleasure. As I said, in today’s PC world, you are a breath of fresh air.

        re: Pool renovation. Taking one year and requiring two cranes? Must be SOME KIND of great renovation! LOL!

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