This week on Vegas Never Sleeps with Steven Maggi you’ll meet one of the hottest magicians on the Vegas strip, Murray Sawchuck. Next, the Vegas Golden Knights, the newest NHL franchise, hits the ice this month. We will get you ready with a conversation with the beat writer from the Las Vegas Review Journal, Steve Carp. Finally, do they still serve free drinks in casinos? You will find out from your Vegas Insider, Scott Roeben.

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps with Steven Maggi you will meet one of the
movers and shakers in town—Derek Stevens, the man who almost
single-handedly revitalized downtown. You will also visit the Neon Museum,
where the history of Vegas is told through signs from the past. All that,
plus a visit to a place to get great lobster at a great price and your Vegas
Insider, Scott Roeben, talks about Vegas Vickie.

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps with Steven Maggi, you’ll meet one of the most popular singers in Las Vegas—Stoney Curtis of the Stoney Curtis Band and the Count’s 77. Later, you’ll learn about a great board game for the whole family that may end up in casinos soon. Finally, your Vegas Insider Scott Roeben talks about Day clubs—what are they and are they worth the cost.

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps with Steven Maggi, you’ll meet a man that has helped liberate over 30,000 folks from the misery of homelessness. Tiger Todd has taught many on the streets of Vegas to embrace change—he’ll explain how. Later, you’ll learn a new, economical way to get around town with the ride-sharing team at Lyft. Author Steven Travers talks about the late Oakland Raider owner Al Davis and your Vegas Insider Scott Roeben tells us what stadium gambling is.

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps with Steven Maggi, we cover two topics that all Vegas visitors are familiar with: showgirls and music. You’ll meet Grant Phillipo, CEO and Curator of the Las Vegas Showgirls Museum, an incredible collection of everything Showgirls, from the early 20th Century to today.  You’ll also meet one of the upcoming groups of rock and roll, Shawn James and the Shapeshifters. All that, plus your Vegas Insider, Scott Roeben, who tells the story of the wheel of misfortune.

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps with Steven Maggi you will learn how you can make great Indian dishes with a world famous chef, available each week in Las Vegas. Also on board is the great comedian George Wallace who regularly plays Vegas. Finally, Vegas author Rob Miech talks about one of the greatest athletes to come from Nevada, Ed O’Bannon.  All that, as well as your Vegas Insider Scott Roeben explains resort fees.

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, have you ever watched wrestling on TV and asked yourself “I wonder what it would be like to be in the ring with those guys?”  Well, in Vegas you can at the Pro Wrestling fantasy camp. You’ll meet one of the instructors, Sinn Bohdi. From there, we head downtown for the Punk Rock Bowling Festival and meet one of the hot new groups in the genre, the Linecutters. Finally, your Vegas Insider Scott Roeben tells us all about the Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino.

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you will visit the oldest continually-running casino in Las Vegas: The El Cortez Hotel & Casino.

You will also meet one of the great “voices” of Vegas, Jon Lindquist.

s_roebenFinally, your Vegas Insider, Scott Roeben, will take you to a place where you can have your picture taken with people made out of Lego pieces—only in Vegas!!!

viva-las-vegas-weddings-main-chapel-8-SMThis week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you will experience a wedding, Vegas style, at Viva Las Vegas Weddings.

We also stop by one of the best museums in the area to check out mummies, live animals and much more at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum.

From there we visit one the most famous coffee shops in America, the Peppermill Restaurant. All that, plus your Vegas Insider, Scott Roeben warns you about “surge pricing.”

This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, we head out to the Bellagio Hotel to visit their renowned Gallery of Fine Arts and its new exhibit, Mohammad Ali: The Greatest.

Top of the HeapFrom there, we ask the question: have you ever looked at a construction site and thought you’d like to play with the big equipment? If so, there’s a place you can do that in Las Vegas, called Dig This.

All that, plus an update on the NHL’s Golden Knights from the beat writer Steve Carp and our Vegas Insider, Scott Roeben talks about the LINQ “wheel”, the High Roller Observation Wheel that sits at the middle of the strip and why you should check it out.