(Video) Vegas South Strip Tour: Masked Lions, Motels & Monorails

Take a tour of the South Vegas Strip including a motel, two huge casinos, the stunning new Target sign on the Strip and other fun and oddities we found on a recent trip.

(Video) Vegas Center Strip Night Time Walking Tour: Stunning Views, Showgirls & An Old...

Vegas Strip Night Time Walking Tour - Late July 2020 Yesterday I covered the news about Las Vegas and its many troubles. With many hotels sitting largely empty and a huge new round of layoffs...

New Layoffs, Empty Rooms & Billion Dollar Losses: Las Vegas Is In Huge Trouble!

Vegas Is In Huge Trouble When Las Vegas reopened at the beginning of June many people had high hopes. The virus numbers had never grown to a high level here and the hope was that...

(Video) Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium Construction Tour: Almost Open!

Come with us for a video tour of the construction of the world's most expensive stadium as it nears its opening date. Find out where the $1.8 billion went to and what makes Allegiant Stadium unique.

(Video Tour) Closed, Shuttered & Boarded Up Las Vegas Casinos! When Will They Open?

Las Vegas is still hurting badly and many casinos have not reopened. Come with us to look at 10 now closed and boarded up casinos which are currently sitting shuttered for the foreseeable future.

Trouble in Vegas? Fremont Street Experience Walking Tour: Where is Everyone?

Head to Downtown Las Vegas to see what it's like right now. I visited to grab some stunning shots of Circa's pool from a secret location and I stuck around to give you a tour of what it's like on Fremont Street right now. Hint: It was pretty empty.

(New Extension) Caesars Rewards Extends Status & Lowers Requirements For 2020

Good news for Vegas lovers, Caesars Rewards is extending status through all of 2021. They are making some other changes as well.

Will Las Vegas Casinos Close Again? With Bars Now Closing the Answer May Be...

People are asking will Las Vegas casinos close again? Nevada is closing some businesses again, but with casinos there are other factors to consider. I just wish the casinos and the state didn't screw it up so bad the first time.