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A Taste of Louisiana in Vegas: Crawfish Festival

The agent-owned brokerage

My favorite American cuisine is Cajun. Jambalaya, fried catfish, crawfish etouffee, cajun shrimp and seafood gumbo here I come! (And people born in the bayou have a great accent, too!)...

Henderson’s Hot New Waterpark for Cooling Off

When the mercury soars to 110+ in Las Vegas, locals head for the pools. Every casino offers day passes, but the only real excitement there is people watching. A better bet, especially...

Join me at the Empty Bowl Benefit

Burlington Township Real Estate

Unfortunately for some it’s not all fun and games in Las Vegas. Like every other community in America, there are poor and homeless people. And we in Vegas care about them!...

Bet You Can’t Get This Degree at Your University

We’ve already told you about UNLV’s sex and dancing course. Next spring this august institution of higher learning is adding a new minor in a much more serious subject:...

Need a date? Take your dog to Yappy Hour

I’ve spent thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours training Bensley, my Labradoodle, to become a federally-licensed service dog. Translation: I can take him anywhere,...

The Shelby factory and musuem are moving to the Strip

We baby boomers grew up loving our muscle cars. We venerated Carroll Shelby, the designer of the Shelby Mustang. Shelby founded Shelby American in 1962. The race car driver turned...

Fly to Vegas and rent a Ferrari

If you want Strip valets and everyone in the cab line to take notice, drive up in a Ferrari. Although you might not have the $200,000 to buy one, you can rent one here in LVNV. Just...

Horses visiting Vegas love their barn concierge

I have competition in the concierge category. Meet Charles Cain, South Point Casino barn concierge. Barn concierge. Who knew? Cain plays host to more than 1,600 horses and their owners...

Soar over the Fremont St. Experience on a Zipline

Hey, it’s not the tree tops of ┬áJamaica, but how else can you get an aerial view of the glitter and glitz of downtown Las Vegas? For a mere $20, you can hook yourself up to the...

The City of Neon Opens the Neon Museum

I’ll bet no city on earth has more neon lights than Las Vegas. Here’s a trick question: where do those lights go when they die? Answer: the Neon Boneyard. On October 27 the...