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The Shadow of Las Vegas… Aunt Sharron                     Aloha, Reminder San Gennaro Feast is now going to ...
NASCAR From Not-So-Humble Beginnings By John M. Stuart March 8th through the 10th, 2013, marks another NASCAR weekend ...
After returning from a four-day convention, I was glad to have the Rayovac’s Phone Boost ...
WHAT A RIDE! VINTAGE VEGAS STORIES By Ron Garrett This is part one of a story about ...
Even The Happiest Place on Earth can give you the chills when Disneyland Resort welcomes ...
The  infamous personality Flavor Flav is now established in Vegas at 3333 S. Maryland with ...
As a young chef working at The River Café in Brooklyn, I had a front ...
With an increased demand for transport to and from Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, Qatar Airways is ...
One of the most important facts in maintaining good fitness is the body's need to ...
Besides earning its nickname that only the locals can appreciate, the Windy City delights culinary ...

Product Review for Conventioneers: Rayovac’s Phone Boost 800 “Power on the Go”

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Soni Phillips Respond

After returning from a four-day convention, I was glad to have the Rayovac’s Phone Boost 800 with me to put to the test. After using my Smartphone for directions, meetings, appointments, responding to text messages and voice mails my phone battery pretty much was on it’s last bar and about to die. Since Rayovac’s Phone […]

Eat, Drink and be Merry in Las Vegas

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Shelley Stephanek Respond

Gameworks opened a new location in Town Square. Filled with video games, action rides and plenty of things to do, we are happy they are back in action. Featuring nine bowling lanes, 24 computer stations with over 250 games loaded in each, sports TV viewing and a large dining room. Open 7 days a week, […]

SLS Resort Debuts on Las Vegas Strip

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: admin Respond

After years in the making, SLS Las Vegas, the lifestyle-driven resort by global hospitality leader sbe, opened its doors on Aug. 23 as the first major casino resort debuting on the Strip in several years. A $415 million renovation of the legendary Sahara Hotel, SLS Las Vegas is sbe’s largest hotel to date with an […]

Rebuilt, but never forgotten – the McCormick Place fire of 1967

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Richelle Fichter Respond

Currently known as the largest convention center in North America, Chicago’s McCormick Place was once struck with tragedy. Built in November 1960 as a $35 million facility, it stood as the centerpiece of the nation’s tradeshow industry. The convention center was thought to be fireproof because of its steel and concrete foundation, but one cold, […]

Navy Pier Reimagined

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Zeenath Haniff Respond

Navy Pier – a staple in the Chicago Loop. As one of the city’s most popular attraction for 9 million guests annually, the 50-acre urban waterfront Pier will be redeveloped to usher in even more visitors as a world-class destination. Preparing to celebrate 100 years in 2016, Navy Pier Inc. has unveiled a design to […]

Oktoberfest: From the East Coast to the West Coast

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Zeenath Haniff Respond

Salty pretzel + Frosty pint of beer = Oktoberfest! Every fall, thousands across the nation toast the German heritage with drink in hand during the much anticipated Oktoberfest, also known as the Largest Volksfest (People’s Fair) in the World. Started in Munich, Germany, the festival begins in late September and continues on to the first […]

CHICAGO – The Musical

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Zeenath Haniff Respond

Starting this fall, the No. 1 longest-running American musical in Broadway history will be starting up its U.S. tour. CHICAGO will enter its 18th year on Broadway. A tale of fame and fortune set to 1920s jazz music in the Prohibition Era, the story revolves around the romanticized criminal in a corrupt justice system. Based […]

Saying Goodbye to the ‘Jewel of the Desert’

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Zeenath Haniff Respond

Before it became SLS Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue was home to Sahara Hotel and Casino from 1952 to 2011. The northernmost stop for the Las Vegas Monorail, the “Jewel of the Desert” was one of the last standing relics of “old Las Vegas” during its […]

San Gennaro Feast: ‘A Love Affair with Italy’

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: Zeenath Haniff Respond

The annual San Gennaro Feast in Las Vegas is an Italian festival in honor of the Saint, San Gennaro, revered in the city of Naples. Dubbed “A Love Affair with Italy,” the symbolic event features ethnic food vendors, live acts hourly, amusement rides, and family-friendly games and activities. This Sept. 9-14, San Gennaro Feast returns […]

‘HallOVeen’ Returns to Magical Forest

September - 1 - 2014 Reporter: admin Respond

  For the second year in a row, Opportunity Village transforms the Magical Forest into “HallOVeen” during weekends in October. Family friendly events will include the Haunted Adventure, nightly parades, crafts and movies beginning Friday, Oct. 3.     Shrouded in Halloween finery, little ghouls and goblins can enjoy rides and attractions including: The Haunted […]

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