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  • The Western Escape Helicopter Tour
    Your once in a lifetime experience begins with a scenic helicopter flight over Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, Fortification Hill and Temple Rock. Read More...

    db Brasserie Succeeds On All Counts
    db Brasserie, Daniel Boulud’s newish restaurant at The Venetian (and his only Las Vegas presence since the demise of his outpost at Wynn Las Vegas) is, true to its name, a fairly casual spot, all dark wood and frosted glass and leather banquettes, and an example of the slightly more downscale ethos that has become the norm for new restaurants in Las Vegas. Slightly more downscale, maybe, but that’s not to mean they’re lacking in quality, and db Brasserie is a shining example of that. Read More...

    The Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon Sky High Fun Tour
    Come experience the thrill and beauty of a Las Vegas zipline with Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon. Soar at speeds up to 60 mph over the Mojave Desert down four separate ziplines. You'll be exploring the mountain from an aerial trail! As you experience an exhilarating descent you will enjoy breathtaking views of Las Vegas, Lake Mead and the Eldorado Valley. Read More...

    Vegas Indoor Skydiving
    Instead of taking a plunge high from the sky, you'll be in a padded room. A "fan" generates winds up to 120 miles per hour. Once the propeller kicks into full gear, you'll float up to approximately seven feet. Each participant will have a total of 3 minutes of flight time in the wind tunnel, which is equal to about 5-6 skydives worth of freefall. Read More...

    Rockhouse Scores With NFL And NCAA Viewing Parties
    Rockhouse, located inside the The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo will celebrate the 2014-2015 football season starting Thursday, Sept. 4 with NFL and NCAA viewing parties every Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Read More...

    Curated Craft Cocktail Program At Franklin Lobby Bar
    Rare, premium liquors will highlight the cocktail-centric drink menu and provide unique backbar offerings, with one-of-a-kind spirits including a custom Glen Moray scotch, a Woodford Reserve Double Oaked bourbon and Delano's hand-selected Black Barrel Mt. Gay rum. Read More...

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    Insider Vibe Newsletter Alert - September 17, 2014
    In This Issue: Absinthe Is Setting Up For Second Touring Production; Photo Tour Of Delano Las Vegas On Opening Day; db Brasserie Succeeds On All Counts; Delmonico Steakhouse to Host One Night Pork Dinner Featuring Templeton Rye; Visit The Vegas That Never Happened: A Look Back At Projects That Fizzled; Vegas Videos You'll Enjoy; Gay marriage decision could hit Nevada quickly;  Click To Read Now!

    Visit The Vegas That Never Happened: A Look Back At Projects That Fizzled
    Entertainment designer Gary Goddard revealed he submitted a proposal in 1992 to build a full-scale version of the USS Enterprise from "Star Trek" in downtown Las Vegas to help lure tourists away from the Strip. According to lore, downtown developers opted instead to build the Fremont Street Experience. The $150 million Enterprise project, which Goddard said he created as an entry for a contest about how to revitalize downtown, was to be about 1,000 feet long.  Read More... Insider Vibe Newsletter
    Insider Vibe Newsletter Alert - September 10, 2014
    In This Issue: Football Viewing Parties and Specials; Actor Joe P. Harris Attends ABSINTHE; Delano Las Vegas- South Beach meets Mojave Desert; Aria And Bodega Catena Zapata Collaborate For Wine Pairing Dinner; Jersey Boys Star For Fourth Annual "NF Hope Concert"; Grand Bazaar Shopping Mall Continues to Take Shape; Vegas Videos You'll Enjoy; Click To Read Now!

    Actor Joe P. Harris From New CBS Sitcom The McCarthys Attends ABSINTHE
    Actor Joe P. Harris, who can be seen starring in the new CBS sitcom The McCarthys premiering this October, was spotted attending ABSINTHE at Caesars Palace on Friday, September 5, 2014. Following the performance, Harris posed for a photo with ABSINTHE's "Green Fairy" Melody Sweets and shared his enthusiasm for the show. Read More... Insider Vibe Newsletter
    Insider Vibe Newsletter Alert - September 3, 2014
    In This Issue: September Specials; Mexican Independence Day; Football Viewing Parties; Mermaids thrive on interaction with kids; Clarion, the former Debbie Reynolds hotel, closed; Liberace's home restored; Three Casinos With 3:2 Blackjack Just Off The Vegas Strip; Westgate Is Promising Renovated Rooms By Early 2015; Click To Read Now!

    Gear Up For Football Fun At PBR Rock Bar
    PBR Rock Bar will welcome the 2014-2015 football season with viewing parties for pigskin enthusiasts starting Thursday, Sept. 4. NFL and NCAA fans alike can stop by the party spot every Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday to catch their favorite team on PBR’s 105 HD TVs and four projector screens. Read More...

    Chefs To The Max To Host "Sunday Supper" Kerry Simon's Carson Kitchen
    From 6 to 9 p.m. on September 28 at Celebrity Chef Kerry Simon's new Carson Kitchen in Downtown Las Vegas. The mini dine-around will feature a collaboration of neighborhood off-Strip chefs with 100 percent of proceeds going toward the recovery of Max Jacobson, a popular local food writer from Vegas Seven who was critically injured last December. Read More...

    New Seasonal Spirits Have Arrived At Fizz In Caesars Palace
    FIZZ, the lavish new champagne lounge and bar at Caesars Palace, has debuted new seasonal menu items to complement the warm summer months. Read More...