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Ladies: Make a date with a stripper pole

Admit it. You’re read all three 50 Shades of Grey books. You are not ready to join the lifestyle just yet. However, learning how to act sexier is now on your to-do list. Here in Las Vegas there are three studios that offer pole dancing classes: 1. Stripper 101  inside the Miracle Mile Shops at […]... Read more

Soar over the Fremont St. Experience on a Zipline

Hey, it’s not the tree tops of  Jamaica, 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 Fremont Street Experience Zipline and fly over the heads of all those tourists at 60 miles per hour. […]... Read more

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 Neon Boneyard will become the Neon Museum so you can see the signs up close and personal. The two-acre site on Las […]... Read more

College Classes I Bet YOUR University Doesn’t Have

When I went to college during the Italian Renaissance, it was difficult to select the classes that would be interesting and further my career. It’s gosh darn near impossible at the University of Nevada Las Vegas when these offerings are in the course book: Dance 103: Sex, Dance and Entertainment. This class teaches students the […]... Read more

Brits: Get 20% Off A Princely Burger at the Palazzo

By now you had to be in outer space not to have heard about Prince Harry’s “naked romp” at the Wynn.  To honor that event, I Love Burgers at the Palazzo has added a new menu item: “The Exposed Prince.” It’s a Kobe patty with melted aged cheddar cheese, which is then topped with a […]... Read more

Who needs the Louvre when you have the ShoeZeum?

Who says there’s no culture in the world of casinos? Who needs the Louvre when you can visit: The Atomic Testing Museum The Neon Museum The Mob Museum The Erotic Heritage Museum And (drum roll) Las Vegas now has the ShoeZeum, a collection of 2,500 limited edition sneakers. Don’t snicker. The collection is worth over […]... Read more

Night hikes in the Las Vegas Valley

Most people come to Las Vegas for the neon lights. But some come for the stars. You can see plenty of them on night hikes in the Las Vegas valley. Spring Mountain Ranch State Park offers two guided night hikes a month. (They correspond with full moons.) The park is on state route 159 just […]... Read more

Want to get married at Denny’s?

Only in Vegas. And the restaurant will make the wedding cake out of pancakes. Natch. The wedding chapel will be the centerpiece of the new Denny’s at Neonopolis in downtown Las Vegas. (For the uninitiatied, Neonop0lis is an entertainment complex located at the intersection of two streets you know: Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street, […]... Read more

Krave Massive will be the largest gay nightclub anywhere

Las Vegas wants to give New York City a run for its money as the hippest gay destination in the USA.  Krave, a gay nightclub that first opened in 2004, is in the lynch pin in that campaign. Krave is moving from a kind of hidden spot on the Strip to the old Neonopolis movie […]... Read more

A delicious way to eat your veggies, Chinese style

My mamma always had to force me to eat my veggies. That’s because veggies in the Mad Men era were tasty and soggy.) But now I can’t stop eating ’em (even though they are not potato chips), thanks to chef/owner Kenny Chye. His restaurant, Veggie House, serves out-of-this-world vegan and vegetarian food Chinese style. Chye […]... Read more