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Caesars Palace, Las Vegas Casinos, Shopping, Things to Do in Las Vegas

A Whirlwind Guide to All the New Appian Way Shops at Caesars Palace

If you haven’t shopped at the Appian Way Shops at Caesars Palace recently, you’re missing out on a slew of new ways to give your credit card the ultimate workout. In recent months, about a dozen new shops have either opened from scratch or received dramatic renovations. Here are some highlights. Home One of our….

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Caesars Entertainment, Las Vegas Casinos, Rio Las Vegas, Things to Do in Las Vegas

VooDoo Skyline Zipline at Rio Will Provide Mind-Reeling Las Vegas Thrills

The Rio Las Vegas and New Capital Ventures have announced a joint effort to bring a new zipline attraction, the VooDoo Skyline, to the hotel in late summer, 2013. The heart-stopping zipline will launch 400 feet in the air, from the popular night spot, VooDoo Lounge. Daredevils will ride at speeds up to 33 miles-per-hour….

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Celebrities, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Restaurants, Planet Hollywood Resort

Things Get Fired Up at Gordon Ramsay Burger

Gordon Ramsay Burger restaurant at Planet Hollywood has quickly become one of the hottest burger joints in Vegas, but now it’s even hotter. The restaurant recently lit up a cool new decorative feature along the restaurant’s outer wall, a 30-foot-long, glass-enclosed wall of flames. The fire shoots out of two sculptured, serpentining steel burners, making….

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Flamingo Las Vegas, Gaming, Las Vegas Casinos, Promotions, Things to Do in Las Vegas, Total Rewards

Margaritaville Casino at Flamingo Las Vegas Hosts New, Free Slot Tournaments

This blog is a tremendous fan of free. Now, the Flamingo is offering free slot tournaments on weekends, with prizes of even more free! Specifically, free slot play. One of our favorite forms of free, ever. Here’s the skinny. Or the low-down. Or the 411. Or whatever people call it. Any new or existing Total….

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Celebrities, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Shows, Rio Las Vegas

Ian Ziering Preps for Chippendales Debut

CBS News caught up with former “Beverly Hills 90210” star Ian Ziering to chat about his upcoming stint as host in Chippendales, the saucy male revue at Rio Las Vegas. Through the miracle of the Interwebs, you can view the aforementioned news segment via this handy link. More gratuitous photos of Ian Ziering may also….

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Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Shows

Shania Twain Talks About Residency at Caesars, New Album

Tickets for “Shania: Still the One” at Caesars Palace just went on sale for 22 shows, Oct. through Nov. 2013. The music superstar’s first 24 shows sold out, so, no, it’s not too early to grab your tickets. Some tickets are still available for dates in May, too, through June 1. Get details. Twain, sometimes….

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Celebrities, Gaming, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Things to Do in Las Vegas

Today’s Featured Dealertainer at The Quad

Today’s featured dealertainer at The Quad is Scott as Garth Brooks. Find out more about the dealertainers at The Quad.

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Caesars Entertainment, Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Restaurants, The LINQ

Vegas Uncork’d Wrap-Up: Festival Transforms Caesars Palace Into Foodie Paradise

This year’s Vegas Uncork’d food and wine festival by Bon Appétit (May 9-12, 2013), was a non-stop series of high-profile events highlighting Sin City’s best chefs, sommeliers and restaurants. Among the more popular events of Vegas Uncork’d were a “Master Series” of hosted dinners at Caesars Palace, where guests had the opportunity to rub elbows….

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Las Vegas Casinos, O'Sheas, The LINQ

Linq “Mayor” Shares First Pic of New O’Sheas Sign

Jon Gray, “Mayor” of The Linq project being built between the Flamingo and The Quad, has shared the first photo of a freshly-erected sign for the new O’Sheas. For those who have been missing the original O’Sheas (like this blog) since it closed in 2012, this new sign represents both a blast from the past….

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Celebrities, Harrah's Las Vegas, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels, Las Vegas Shows, Things to Do in Las Vegas

Mac King Proves Nice Guys Don’t Always Finish Last

Comedy-magician Mac King recently celebrated the lucky 13th anniversary of his show, the Mac King Comedy Magic Show, at Harrah’s Las Vegas. In honor of the occasion, the supremely likeable King got a proclamation from Mayor Carolyn Goodman naming May 11 “Mac King 13th Anniversary Day” in Las Vegas. Sadly, no cash value, but money….

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Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Shows

How to Work Out Like a Las Vegas Showgirl

Being a Las Vegas showgirl might seem glamorous (and it is), but it also takes a lot of work. Staying in shape is part of the gig. One of our favorite Vegas newscasters, Maria Silva from Fox 5, recently dropped in on two “Jubilee!” showgirls at Bally’s Las Vegas, Jane Cesler and Amelia Bruff, to….

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Total Rewards

Total Rewards Credit Card Means Perks-a-Plenty

The recently-revamped Total Rewards Visa Card has upped the ante when it comes to earning comps through Total Rewards, just for doing what you already love to do. Total Rewards is the player loyalty club of Caesars Entertainment casinos across the country. There’s never been a better time to sign up for this special Visa….

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Celebrities, Charity, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah's Las Vegas, Las Vegas Casinos, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort, Rio Las Vegas

Penn Jillette Named “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” Finalist, Set to Crush Trace Adkins for Charity

After a stand-out season on NBC’s “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice,” Rio Las Vegas headliner Penn Jillette has been named a finalist in what’s sure to be a clash of the Titans, all for the sake of charity. For the show’s final competition of the season, Penn and country singer Trace Adkins have been tasked with creating….

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Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Hotels

Today’s Random Las Vegas Trivia We’re Not Making Up

The Last Frontier hotel-casino opened in 1942, and was one of the first casinos on The Strip. Believe it or not, at one time, the hotel transported guests to and from the airport in a horse-drawn stagecoach. In 1955, the Last Frontier became the New Frontier. In 1967, it was re-named just Frontier. In 2007,….

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