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Las Vegas News Briefs – January 2017

Chinese New Year, Bellagio Las Vegas

CES® 2017 Celebrates 50 Years of Inspiring the World CES returns to the Las Vegas Convention Center Jan. 5-8 in time to celebrate its 50th anniversary. CES is the world’s… Read the full article ›

The Traveling Diabetic

  It’s difficult to control any aspect of a diet while traveling. If you’re consuming foods at freeway exits, airports, and hotel lobbies you’ll likely be “blowing it” no matter… Read the full article ›

German Elections

  A political party receiving 15% of a German vote doesn’t sound remarkable to most Americans, but context is everything. There are two aspects of the AfD party’s 15% share… Read the full article ›

Buffalo Wild Wings

  We’ve noticed every Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant we’ve visited has been busy in recent months.  Our last several visits have all seen a wait list despite various times of… Read the full article ›

THE MONTE-CARLO One Drop Extravaganza Schedule


  THE MONTE-CARLO One Drop Extravaganza™ TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE AND STRUCTURES RELEASED 35 PLAYERS TO DATE CONFIRMED TO PLAY IN THE Big one for one drop TM invitational TWEET: BREAKING: 35… Read the full article ›

Otto Pizzeria, Grand Canal Shoppes, Venetian

  To prosciutto aficionados everything else is just lunch meat.   Each time I approach Otto it occurs to me that prosciutto is a religious experience there.  Serious prosciutto fans… Read the full article ›

Chicago Style Hot Dogs

  It’s hard to find a Chicago-style hot dog like they serve at Portillos in Chicago, but Las Vegas has three restaurants that are decent substitutes to satisfy a craving. … Read the full article ›

Keyscape will be released September 12th by Spectrasonics

clare yeo keyscape

Keyscape will be released September 12th by Spectrasonics Professional musicians at the highest level have been waiting for this. Turn any electric keyboard into a concert grand, a LA Custom… Read the full article ›

Nike Exits Golf As Golf Exits The Middle Class

  Nike Exits Golf As Golf Exits The Middle Class Golf was a middle class game for 40 years, when Arnold Palmer was between 30 and 70 years old.  Before… Read the full article ›

Vote Them All Out

  Folks criticize me for voting every incumbent and incumbent party out every election, regardless of party. Here are four non-partisan issues. Until they’re solved, give the next candidate a… Read the full article ›