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.
From 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.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you’ll hear what the future of gaming in Nevada is from Rick Velotta of the Las Vegas Review Journal.
This time, it’s not just luck, but skill. Later in the show, part 2 of our conversation with Stefan Al, urban designer and author of the book “The Strip,” which was featured in the Wall Street Journal.
Finally, your Vegas insider, Scott Roeben describes one of the best permanent shows in town.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you’ll meet a talented entertainer that you probably never heard of, but is a big star in other countries. His name is Zac Hilon and he’ll tell his story and we will listen to his music and his amazing impressions.
Later in the show, you will see the connection between the Vegas Strip architecture and American culture with world renowned designer Stefan Al. All that, with your Vegas Insider, Scott Roeben with his choice for best desserts, and much more to do in Las Vegas!
Listen to our interview with Stefan Al to win a free copy of his book “The Strip.”
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, we will discuss the biggest news in Vegas—the decision to allow the Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas. You will hear from the other pro team in town–the NHL Vegas Golden Knights.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you’ll meet from one of the premier boxing writers in America, Jeffrey Sussman. While boxing is still king in Vegas, we go back to an earlier time when Jewish boxers used the sport as a way to live the American dream. You can get his book, Max Baer and Barney Ross: Jewish Heroes of Boxing.
Also on the show, you’ll visit Nostalgia Street Rods, a place where you can see Fords and Chevys from 1910 through 1965. Plan a tour on your next visit to Las Vegas!
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you’ll meet one the most accomplished hair expert in America, who happens to work in Las Vegas, Michael Boychuck.
Later in the show, you’ll discover a museum that celebrates the world of Burlesque, which by today standards is nothing but decades ago was vaudeville’s naughty cousin. Take a trip back in time to the Burlesque Hall of Fame.
This week on Vegas Never Sleeps, you’ll meet internet sensation Chris Yandek, who discusses why he calls Vegas “everyone’s favorite place, even for people who don’t gamble.” There is so much to do in Las Vegas, and you don’t have to spend a lot of money if you don’t want. Listen in to get some great tips when traveling to Vegas!
Later in the show, we’ll go back to the days when atomic blasts were tourist attractions. You have to plan to stop in for an amazing cocktail at Atomic Liquors, the oldest free standing bar in Vegas built in 1945.
And finally, we have Steve Cutler at the Casino Legends Hall of Fame talking about security, and our Vegas insider Scott Roeben tells us the fascinating and sad story of Lonnie the Hoarder with some amazing Las Vegas memorabilia that you have to hear, and see.