We’re heading into my second favorite time of the year to be in Las Vegas. Temperatures cool but aren’t really cool. It’s warm but not hot. It’s still iced coffee weather but air conditioning isn’t necessary. It’s the best time to enjoy the great outdoors.
18 Fremont Becomes Circa – You may have heard that the official name of 18 Fremont is Circa. The new casino being built on the land once occupied by Las Vegas Club, Mermaids, and the unforgettable Glitter Gulch is scheduled to open in December 2020. Lots of Vegas News, Downtown Grand Expanding and all the Vegas scoop!
Just over a year ago, Derek Stevens owner of the Golden Gate Casino purchased a few properties on Fremont Street. Included in the purchase were the casinos formerly known as Mermaids and La Bayou. La Bayou was on the south side of Fremont Street and also closed. This casino is now a part of the Golden Gate casino. La Bayou casino and an alley in between the Golden Gate are now a part of a large expansion of the casino floor at the Golden Gate.
Vegas News | The first weekend of March Madness is more popular every year, Las Vegas breaks tourism records in 2016, and lots of Vegas rumors.
Sunday News had a short break from the action. As a writer, the lack of news was a nice break from the usual week in Las Vegas. However, I knew the following week would be different when I saw a few new rumors shortly after we posted last week. Unlike last week, there’s a lot of news so let’s just get to it.
Before heading into Las Vegas news, I want to take a minute to wish my father, Joe, and all the
After last week’s part one of this hotel review, t’s time to show you the rest of the surprises that we found within the D’s 2 Bedroom Suite!
The D 2 Bedroom Suite: Unless you’re sleeping (or booking) beneath a rock when in Vegas as of late, there’s no way you’ve not heard about the revival..
When you first look at The D casino floor you immediately see the energy and fun confined to what seems to be a small casino. What you don’t see is…
News weeks like this in Las Vegas are what give me goosebumps. The future of Las Vegas has always been