Considering the high-stakes nature of the 1st Annual VVN Mini-Golf Invitational, it’s not surprising that some misinformation was disseminated. In this episode of Living in Las Vegas, we provide an accurate assessment of the event. We follow with a great experience at Capital Grille, which has the best deal on wine we’ve ever seen.
We covered quite a bit a ground on this episode of Living in Las Vegas. First, a gauntlet was thrown. (Pity poor Wayne.) Then, rumor has it we’ve got another LiLV Meetup in the works. Finally, we start getting healthier and to celebrate we drink from a punch bowl made of ice (and filled with vodka) in a cabana at Caesars Palace then wonder how a chipmunk called our toll-free listener line.
When it comes to bringing Broadway shows to Las Vegas, there has been success (Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, Mama Mia) and failure (Avenue Q, The Producers). In this episode of Living in Las Vegas, we talk about The Smith Center, a “world-class performing arts center” that is expected to bring the best performing arts to Las Vegas.
This should have been episode #117, but an evil force (Windows XP) and Scott’s careless use of the delete key killed last week’s episode. Which was really a fun show. Ask the live chat folks.
Anywho, today’s Living in Las Vegas features a special twist with our hosts, proves Nevada really is the wild west, answers several email questions, and shares an evening that featured great dancing and drinks as large as some people’s torso.
For this edition of Living in Las Vegas, as we recover from a 4th of July weekend that include full-contact Mexican Dominoes and viewer questions about the terror that is the Stratosphere “rides”, Melissa and Scott debate the “message” Uncle Ted Nugent delivered during his concert.