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We’ve combined the love of pizza and beer (from our newest outlets Slicehouse and Pizza Rock) with Rock, Shot Bingo to bring you this month’s version of nightlife bingo.
Imagine a ménage à trois involving a Bingo Hall, Nightclub, & Rock concert and you have an inkling of the vibe that Rock Shot Bingo brings to the table. True to all Rock Shot Bingo events, DJ Shai Peri will be rocking Dance Pop and Top 40 hits. Wear comfortable shoes, you may feel like dancing under the cosmic lighting and decor.
Added bonus: one rock shot SCORCHING HOT emcee: Bryan Chan. Not only does he provide another dimension of fun to the evening, he looks real good doing it! Read More
|West Coast Conference Championships||Orleans Arena||Mar 5-10|
|Mountain West Conference Championships||Thomas & Mack Center||Mar 9-14|
|WAC Basketball Tournament||Orleans Arena||Mar 11-14|
|PAC-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament||MGM Grand Garden Arena||Mar 11-14|
Don’t miss college hoops in March at Station Casinos!
Calling all College Basketball fans! If you thought the Big Game was a huge day in Las Vegas just wait till college basketball in March. Dozens of exciting games spread over several weeks. You’re not going to want to miss!
Known as “The Great American Off-Road Race,” the Mint 400 is once again taking place annually in Las Vegas Nevada. This is one of the most storied and grueling races in US racing history. Started 1967 by Norm Johnson as a promotional tool for his hotel, The Mint, the annual race was run annually until 1989 where it ended as The Mint was sold to Jack Binion in 1988.
The history of the event is built around coverage from Hunter S. Thompson for his 1971 novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and the celebrities that routinely participated in the race. Some of the most famous people to compete in the Mint 400 were Al Unser, Steve McQueen, Rick Mears, Ted Nugent, and Ivan Stewart.
What happens when you take popular songs and then morph them into a lude, crude, and rude lounge act? You get Richard Cheese and the Lounge Against the Machine in all of their awesome glory. I first discovered Richard Cheese years ago thanks to their cover of Gin and Juice with no idea what to expect.
The other day I had the opportunity to go to 8 Noodle Bar at Red Rock Resort and Spa for lunch with a few other people from the office. It was a busy day so we didn’t get there until 1 pm, which was nice because there wasn’t a wait for the tables. Everyone was hungry enough to split a few appetizers so we went with our waiter’s recommendation on the Shrimp Toast. We also chose the Gyoza because it not only sounded delicious, but it was also something everyone could agree on!
Everyone at the table is given long handled forks and knives to allow for easy sharing which worked well for the appetizers. Read More